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Disney Sing It Pop Hits 


Disney Sing It Pop Hits is a step up for the franchise. This singing game is on the PS2, PS3, and Wii. The last one was used for this review. There are a lot of high profile Disney singers in this game. Demi Lovato, Taylor Swift, Jonas Brothers, and Miley Cyrus are the ones I am most familiar with. The core of Disney Sing It Pop Hits is singing as closely as possible to the pop artists.

Disney Sing It Pop Hits contains various visual themes that the player can pick from (editor: like Hannah Montana). The background images are all music videos. This can be good, and at times it is where certain sexually suggestive images can appear. Disney music videos are generally tamer than MTV ones, but be aware of this area. I found that I was so busy trying to keep up with the words on the screen that I barely noticed what was going on with the music video. On the song select screen, the music video plays so you can get a feel of it before actually singing it.

Singing games are all about the songs. I found some really cool ones in Disney Sing It Pop Hits. I just wish that Taylor Swift’s Should’ve Said No was included in this game. This game starts with thirty songs, and you will most likely find at least five that you like. I know I did. I had a blast singing those songs, and improving my singing skills. Disney Sing It Pop Hits does contain some lyrics that can offend families. The degree of this was lower than the previous Disney Sing It game, so I am happy to see this franchise improve.

Disney Sing It Pop Hits has some nice features that will have your family playing for months. Sing It Encore, Run the Risk, and Duet Mode add a little spice to this game. There are also awards that can be earned, and customization to the console wallpaper. Up to eight players can play Disney Sing It Pop Hits.

I love how easy it is to play Disney Sing It Pop Hits. The menu screens are easy to move through, and offer a lot of various ways of playing Disney Sing It Pop Hits. Everyone who has a voice can have fun singing with this game. I even found that my four year old son could play Disney Sing It Pop Hits. He may not have scored very high, but he had fun. That is ultimately the point. On the easier settings this game is very forgiving, and I appreciated that.

The biggest lesson I learned from Disney Sing It Pop Hits is singing. This game is not overt with the teaching of things like tone, however they are there. There are also issues with the lessons inside certain songs. Love is the most used theme in the songs. I would like to see more games in this franchise, and found Disney Sing It Pop Hits to be a lot of fun.
- Paul


Graphics: 64%
Sound: 67%
Replay/Extras: 73%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 64%
System: Wii/PS2/Playstation 3
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Lyrics, Mild Suggestive Themes}

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