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Are you ready to exercise those vocal chords again? Disney Interactive Studios has prepared Disney Sing It Party Hits just for you. These artists range may vocally, but there is a fair amount of Camp Rock 2 The Final Jam songs in this game. If you like songs from that movie, then you will really get into this game. If not don't fret because there are plenty of other songs. You sing these songs to the best of your ability. The better you do, the more points you score. The higher your score the higher your status.

If you are concerned with how you will do on a singing game, relax. Disney Sing It Party Hits teaches players how to sing. Demi Lovato becomes your personal voice coach in Disney Sing It Party Hits. This is a fantastic feature for those who want to learn how to sing better. Disney Sing It Party Hits has helped me prepare for choir, so I have found a positive way to use this game to impact my church.

The presentation, and visual effects are exceptional in Disney Sing It Party Hits. I really enjoyed seeing little flashes, and celebrations visually when I was doing well vocally. The background has music videos which can be a plus or a minus. Many of the music videos are fine in Disney Sing It Party Hits. Some of them are not so fine. I noticed some women who could use some more clothing on, and gyrating around in a way that - well you get the picture. As I sang I was spending more time watching the words than the music videos. However those that were with me noticed these things immediately.

Lyrics are the big thing when it comes to music games, especially ones where the family members are singing. This is Disney so many of the lyrics are safe. Like every rule there are exceptions. Disney Sing It Party Hits does contain some lyrics families will not want to repeat. Some of the songs are very high tempo, and are difficult to duplicate. I also noticed that quite a few songs will get stuck in your head. So you will find yourself repeating what you were singing hours later.

It will take most families a few weeks to get through the thirty songs in Disney Sing It Party Hits. That is if you go right into it, and ignore the vocal lessons. Those lessons will improve your singing, and take time as well. Disney Sing It Party Hits contains numerous modes, and a top five list for each song. Can you get the highest score for each song? Once you master on difficulty setting you can move on to the next one. If your family has two microphones then duets can be sung.

Singing games hinge on how well it identifies the players singing. Disney Sing It Party Hits does a great job of this. The harder the setting, the less forgiving this game is. Family Friendly Gaming was given a reviewable copy of Disney Sing It Party Hits. Fans of these songs will feel their money was well spent on this Wii/PS3 home console video game. I had fun playing Disney Sing It Party Hits as did most everyone else.

I like how Disney Interactive Studios is continuing this series. The songs in Disney Sing It Party Hits reach a specific audience. I would advise families to go over the song list before deciding to purchase this game. A little research on the front end can really help. I found some songs in Disney Sing It Party Hits that I enjoyed, and others I was not into. The karaoke genre is getting crowded, and it is starting to come down to which song list best fits your family.
 - Shirley


Graphics: 62%
Sound: 64%
Replay/Extras: 74%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 67%
System: Wii/Playstation 3
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Lyrics, Mild Suggestive Themes, Mild Violence}

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