Excerpt: We Cheer is a cheer leading video game where the player uses two Wii Remotes to follow the motions of the on screen characters. The different motions required can be difficult, and the ESRB is correct about the lyrical content issues.
Excerpt: Cheerleading with a pair of Wii remotes acting as a pair of pom-poms sounds like a great idea and Namco Bandai’s We Cheer allows you to do exactly that, although mistakes have been made and the end result is a frustrating and unresponsive mess.
Hard, cutesy cartoon cheer game with sexed-up avatars.
Common Sense Media
27 October 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a cheerleading simulation game that offers dance rhythm-matching games.The game has some racial and gender stereotyping. The ESRB rating of E10+is for the language in some of the lyrics of songs heard while executing cheer routines.
Excerpt: We Cheer possesses a nearly fatal flaw: a terrible tutorial. Sure, it covers the basics. This isn't a normal music game with simple beatmatching; the goal is to perform a virtual cheer routine with your arms. A remote held vertically in each hand simulates your pom-poms.
Conclusion: and it's far too easy to skip right past it on the way to another rhythm game, but that would be a mistake, especially if you're looking for a challenge, as few games offer such a solid mix of difficulty and song selection.
Summary: We Cheer gives players the chance to jump, shout and shake it all about just like a real cheerleader. By using two Wii Remotes as virtual pom-poms, wannabe cheerleaders follow on-screen commands to perform a variety of high-energy spins, kicks and twists, while taking part in professionally...
Summary: As squad captain, you call all the shots as you trot the globe to rally an audience with your cheer routine and attempt to become the tournament champions. We Cheer will put your rhythm to the test and challenge your coordination as you try to pull off strings of move combos from memory.
Pros: Memorizing cheer routines is engaging and fun, The cheer gestures actually match the character's routines, The gesture recognition works fine once you understand it, Two Wii Remotes is a great way to play, but one Wii Remote works fine too
Cons: Not as easy as it looks, hence not as immediately accessible, Some weird interface quirks, The game's tutorials don't teach you complex moves; you'll have to figure those out on your own
Excerpt: Let's get this out of the way before anyone gets suspicious: we don't dislike We Cheer because it made everyone else in the office laugh at us as we tried to perform an elaborate dance routine to Everybody Dance Now by C+C Music Factory. No, we dislike We Cheer because it simply doesn't work.