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Boogie Wii Game EA

Boogie Wii Game EA
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Apr, 2018

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Boogie Wii Game EA. The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. There are some less positive opinions about the story and controls.

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On average, users rate this product 40/100.

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Oy Vey!!


Wait for a second generation and hope that it makes it right.

Well, some of the songs are neat. The unlockable songs are something to shoot for. Concept is at least a good diea for the future. I have another Microphone for RockBand

Poor play mechanics. Fun for kids because of the singing side. The dancing is just mundane and repetitive. Played it twice and we have not tocuhed it since. Just not worth the

Feb, 2008

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Good Idea, Bad Execution


Overall this game had a great idea. Had I been able to recreate something similar to what happened in the trailer then I would have been a happy camper. Unfortunately, EA has yet again taken a great idea, mashed it up, and spit it out five months...

Different music/beat game ; Good animation ; Good song selection ; Multiplayer is fun for a short while ; Really easy game that would work well for younger kids

Controls are not nearly as in depth as the trailer show it to be (the nunchaku is NOT used for beat, just to move around...that really disappointed me) ; Several of the songs are edited differently than what you are familiar with which hurt the karaoke...

Aug, 2007