Parents' Guide to

Disney Sing It! Pop Hits

By Erin Bell, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Polished music game for tween pop fans.

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age 7+

Based on 1 parent review

age 7+

Pop Hits!!!!!

I have this game and I played all the songs, and almost got all the badges. it is an amazing music game in which people whom love singing can play. There is a good multiplayer mode, just make sure you have a microphone. What I learned in this game is that Radio Disney picked these hits--- so it's from Radio Disney requests and songs.

This title has:

Great messages
Great role models

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
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Disney Sing It! Pop Hits is a very good karaoke game. Fans of the squeaky clean, slickly produced pop music that make up this game's soundtrack will find a lot to be happy about. Players singing on their own can choose from solo mode, where they sing along as lyrics and pitch guides that scroll across the screen, or a "You're On Your Own" mode where the visual aids disappear. With five multiplayer modes, including a duet mode, a competitive "showdown" mode, and team play, the game is well-suited for parties, too.

The game's hidden gem is Sing It Pro mode, where Disney singer and actress Tiffany Thornton hosts a series of useful and fun singing lessons designed to help players improve their accuracy, breathing and vocal range. The game is much more forgiving of mistakes than the more "serious" music games on the market like Rock Band or Guitar Hero (which also contain songs with racy content popping up in the lyrics). In other words, Disney Sing It Pop Hits is perfectly tailored for its target audience, and an enjoyable singing game to boot.

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