Everyone Sing Lands on Nintendo Wii

By Adam Riley 27.10.2012 4

Everyone Sing Lands on Nintendo Wii on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

O-Games has just launched Everyone Sing for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii. Everyone Sing is the first multi-format singing game where literally everyone can sing. Featuring 35 tracks from top artists including Nicki Minaj, The Wanted, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessie J, Michael Bublé and loads more.

Perfect for the ultimate night in, Everyone Sing supports up to four microphones so you can have the full party experience with your friends. With multiple party modes including Pass the Bomb, Group Mode, Know Your Song and more, you can truly have the perfect party with your friends and family. Every song has a different treatment to support 1-4 players, so every time you sing it there is a different experience. With lead and backing singer breakdowns included, even if you don't feel like Mariah or Madonna you can still join in singing backing vocals.

Everyone Sing Group Mode allows you to form a singing group with four friends, and progress through rounds of a competition to become the ultimate singing stars. Staying in is the new going out. Get your friends round and get the party started with Everyone Sing. Also available is Everyone Sing plus the microphones you need to really get the party started. Bundle packs are available, with either one or two Logitech USB Microphones to make sure you and your friends can get singing straight away.

Everyone Sing is available now for Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Box art for Everyone Sing
Developer

Gusto

Publisher

O-Games

Genre

Singing

Players

4

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European release date Out now   North America release date TBA   Japan release date TBA   Australian release date TBA   

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Was that a press release copy-paste job?

You mean it didn't sound fresh, honest, interesting? Bit of a clash with how we'd write things, eh?

Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

Sounded like you're trying to sell it. Smilie

If I could get commission, I'd happily do so Smilie

[/sellout]

Smilie

I need to review We Sing 80s soon...maybe if it's half decent I'll try to review this as well. No PR spiel then, though Smilie

Adam Riley [ Director :: Cubed3 ]

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