Summary: We Sing Rock! includes an impressively long if mostly predictable and mainstream tracklist. It has a bunch of mulitplayer modes and the anti-cheating system does seem to work well so you'll have to genuinely try to sing “I Believe In A Thing Called Love” rather than just squealing for three minutes. There is nothing new to the gameplay though that we haven't seen before to the franchise so the need for a new disk is irksome.
Summary: While not a patch on Sony’s all-conquering SingStar, We Sing is a decent Wii alternative that’ll keep older gamers giggling once the young ’uns have stopped playing the new Peppa Pig game and tripped off to bed. Shamelessly targeted at thirtysomethings, We Sing includes 30 songs that take in the tasteless ’80s (Culture Club, a-ha and – shudder!
Summary: So do you need We Sing Rock on your shelf? If you've got an event coming up, fancy head banging to OK Go, Europe and Kasabian and only have a Wii to do so then, sure, why not? 40 songs is great value for money and the note tracking is fine enough for a noisy living room environment. It's still a very limited release though, there's no way to expand upon its content and no reason to bust it out by yourself, the game only seeing the light of day once or twice a year for...
Summary: Apart from the focus on one artist alone this time around, not a great deal has changed from the previous We Sing games. The voice recognition is still dodgy, it's pretty dull and the only real redeeming factor is the multiplayer. This is one that comes with a high degree of caution.
Excerpt: A rather Swedish approach to karaoke Karaoke games are ten to a dozen on the Nintendo Wii, it’s a market full of choice and a market pretty saturated, whether it be Disney’s properties or others the like, choosing a Karaoke title on the Wii couldn’t be more difficult. Unfortunately it seems that not even Nordic Games Publishing could buck the trend.