Summary: I got this game for my daughter, It came in the time I expected, I've only played once so far, the tutorial it a bit long, but she likes playing it. The only thing I don't like & didn't know was you need 2 wii remotes to play.
Summary: I like this game because of the songs and outfits. When you customize your logo, there should be more room with you wanna do a long team name like the sun devils. Other than that, i think it is a fun game.
Summary: I asked my mom to get me this for my birthday and she did. I LOVE LOVE LOVE it ! ! ! ! I didn't know that when you get it you have to use two wii remotes and that a nunchuck is not an option. However, after a little while of discouragement, I tried to play the game anyway and it works great without the second wii remote ! ! ! !
Summary: After reading the reviews, I thought that this would be a fun "girl" game to add to our Wii game collection for our daughter. The game arrived for Christmas, and we tried it out a few times. My daughter (5) had fun choosing the cheer outfits and music, but it was very hard for her to follow along and do the moves. We decided to put the game away and wait until she was a little older.
Summary: I actually got this game for free with a gift card, but if I had actually paid for it then I would be mad! It has such potential for being a fun game, but for the life of us we couldn't figure out how to get the dang thing to register our movements. Even though we moved exactly like they told us to (and when they told us to) I can't pass a single level! How frustrating!
Summary: My two daughters(ages 4 and9) and I all love this game. The practice setting is easy enough for the little on, but the cheer off and competition settings can be a challenge for aduts. A great interactive game for all ages!
Summary: My daughter has been a cheerleader almost her entire life. So when I saw the Wii Cheer games, I thought it would be a lot of fun for her and her cheer-mates to play together. It wasn't out of the box 5 minutes, and she was jumping in and creating her own team. Keeps her occupied, and gives her new ideas for cheers, to introduce to the team.