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What you will—and won't—find in this game.
With its artists and song selection, the game is geared toward young girls and offers a way for them to explore music together.
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All of the artists and video clips are Disney-based, but there are few logos.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this karaoke-style video game doesn't contain any questionable lyrics which often pepper other music games, such as the Rock Band, Guitar Hero, and SingStar series. The game contains music video clips from Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, High School Musical, and others, which are all squeaky clean.
Is It Any Good?
Not only will players unlock bonus songs, which adds to the game's replayability, as does the fact you can play in duet and team mode or in a competitive multiplayer mode, but each song offers different vocal tracks to sing to (up to four in some cases), plus there are varying levels of difficulty, too. Apparently, Disney Interactive Studios will soon announce the ability to download additional songs from the Internet the way you can with games like Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock and Rock Band 2. Designed primarily for tweens and young teens, Disney Sing It! is one of the better singing-based games to surface in a while, but you really do have to be into the likes of Camp Rock, and High School Musical, and Disney Channel television shows.
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