Summary: After watching youtube videos of this game I caved and finally bought it. It is a pretty fun game, though if feels like something is missing like song downloads or something. I have only played one player as I only have 2 wiimotes. So I can't comment on the multiplayer aspect. I wish it would tell you when you had completed the game. I was kind of let down after looking through everything and realizing that it was all open. I was like "that was it?
Summary: I have not been able to motivate myself to workout even after I purchased a 2-year gym membership. This game is so fun that I do it almost everyday. It was hard to get the timing right at first, but after some adjusting, it worked just fine. I really enjoy the music and the different dance moves. I also have the Dancing With The Stars Wii game; but that one is not user friendly and the music isn't as fun as this one.
Summary: I honestly waited for other reviews to come out before getting this game and I was impressed with the amount of high ratings for this game so I decided it was worth a go. I found the menus very simple to navigate with good tutorials to show you how to move. I found that you can't just half-a** it as that (1) takes the fun out of it, and (2) makes it harder to be accurate to the movements.
great idea/gameplay w/fluid dancing, but not for those w/2 left feet, err hands
14 December 2008
Summary: ok, since everyone wrote great detailed reviews about how great it is, I'll just add the issues some might have like myself. when everyone said there's a learning curve, they MEAN it. unlike Hannah Montana, DDR dances, Dancing with the Stars, All Star cheer Squad, HS Musical 3, etc. that tell you ahead of time what every movement looks like in symbol form & you can see it coming, this does not. You are suppose to just follow the trails IN REAL TIME.
Summary: When the Wii first came out, people got excited over the motion controls and all the possibilities and this game really delivers. Out of all the Wii games that use mostly motion controls, this is the best. You use your Wiimote(s) to imitate the movements of the cheerleaders onscreen and if you actually do the motions, you will be rewarded with a fun experience. It's not the most perfect game (only needs a few improvements to be perfect!
Summary: I cannot believe how much fun this game is. I read everyone's reviews and I have to admit I had my doubts. But, I decided to take a chance and buy the game. It is so much fun and very addicting. I play it all the time. I even think I have lost inches in my arms and a few pounds off my waist. The game is really hard at first, but the more you practice the better it gets. The songs are awesome. I even got my husband into the game. Yes, I am married and in my twenties.
Summary: First off...I'm a married man with two children and definitely in touch with my Y chromosome. That said, who would have thought I'd like cheerleading!? Well, this game, which I initially bought for my oldest daughter, has become a sensation and addiction for both my wife and I. It provides a fun workout for your arms (and if you have enough skills, your body). You will workup a sweat if you do this game with vigor.
Summary: We Cheer Ok, please don't say anything, but this game is COMPLETELY CHEESY FUN! I'm a complete grownup, with A Real Job, a 6-year-old son, and A Real Life. But this game lets your inner Cheese come out. I'm enjoying the Workout feature as well as trying to complete the actual routines. The only very slight drawback is that once you pick a person, you can't change it once you go beyond the initial screen. So choose carefully! Even a decent selection of songs.
Summary: My daughter (11) loves this and that makes me happy. I personally don't think it's as great as she thinks it is, and I would certainly never have paid 30-odd quid for it. Got it from Amazon Warehouse for about £7; that's about the right price IMHO.