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We Cheer - Nintendo Wii

by Bandai
Platform : Nintendo Wii
127 customer reviews
Metascore: 56 / 100
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  • Hit Songs - Dance and cheer to the hottest music from artists of the past, present and future. Groove to teen sensations Hilary Duff and Aly and AJ to the 70¿s disco bands.
  • Endless Character Customization - Create your ultimate cheerleader by customizing her with the perfect competition outfit.
  • Engaging Modes - Choose a mode that suits your mood. Burn some calories in Exercise Mode, compete for the Captain position in 2 player Campaign Mode or play with up to 4 players in Party Mode and show them who is the #1 cheerleader.
  • Really Addictive Gameplay - Get totally immersed in the game by using your entire body to spin, kick, jump and dance to various choreographed routines.
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WAVE YOUR HANDS! STOMP YOUR FEET! Get ready to captain your squad and to pull off some high kicking, high jumping electrifying moves that will bring your team to the number one spot at the championship tournament! We Cheer brings the excitement and fun of cheerleading to the Wii console. Use your Wii Remote as pom-poms and get ready to show your team spirit while you kick, jump, flip, spin and dance to the rhythm of the hottest music from the past and present. Master your moves with precision and timing to beat the other squads for the #1 spot. Get ready to bring it on!

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Prepare to clap your hands, stomp your feet and bring it on!

Putting players at the center of a nationwide cheerleading competition, We Cheer utilizes two Wii Remotes* as virtual pom-poms to create an authentic cheerleading experience. Players must move the wireless Wii Remotes as directed by the on-screen indicators to choreographed routines, utilizing a full range of arm and body movements such as spins and twists.

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Character customazation screen in 'We Cheer'
Character & squad customization.
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Singleplayer mode in 'We Cheer'
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Two player action in 'We Cheer'
Bring it on against a friend.
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Four player format in 'We Cheer'
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As each routine is successfully performed, the player will be able to recruit new team members to their squad, adding new cheerleading abilities and choreographed routines. The first cheerleading video game to offer licensed music, We Cheer features 30 smash-hit master recordings for players to perform to, including tracks from Hilary Duff, Aly & AJ, The Plain White T's and Natasha Bedingfield. Letting friends and family participate in the cheerleading fun, We Cheer features cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes for up to four players to determine who deserves to stand at the top of the pyramid. The game also features a workout mode that lets players keep track of approximately how many calories they have burned while cheering. Each character in the game is fully customizable, with a variety of uniforms, shoes and accessories to choose from for added personalization.

Key Game Features:

  • Hit Songs - Dance and cheer to 30 smash hits from the hottest artists of the past, present and future. With an endless variety of music genres to choose from - rock, hip hop, dance or even disco, there is something for everyone to groove to.
  • Endless Character Customization - Create your ultimate cheerleader by customizing her with the perfect competition outfit. Choose from a variety of tops, bottoms, shoes and more that will make your cheerleader look super cute and ready to perform her best on stage.
  • Engaging Modes - Choose a mode that suits your mood. Burn some calories in Exercise Mode, compete for the Captain position in 2-player Campaign Mode, or play with up to 4 players in Party Mode and show everyone who is #1 on the team.
  • Real, Active Gameplay - Get totally immersed in the competition, using your entire body. to spin, kick, jump and dance to various choreographed routines. Not only can you cheer and dance, you can also recruit new squad members, unlock new teammates, outfits, songs and more.
The Complete Tracklist:

"Walking On Sunshine" – Aly & AJ "It Takes Two" – Rob Base & DJ EZ Rock
"If You’re Gonna Jump" (Paul Oakenfold Remix) – Natasha Bedingfield "Push It To The Limit" – Corbin Bleu
"I Want Candy" – Bow Wow Wow "On Top Of The World" – Boys Like Girls
"The Great Escape" – Boys Like Girls "Godspeed" – BT
"Gonna Make You Sweat" (Everybody Dance Now) – C+C Music Factory "Eye Of The Tiger" (Sunset Crew Radio Mix) – Crew 7
"Come Clean" – Hilary Duff "Unbelievable" – EMF
"Calabria 2008" – Enur feat. Natasja "Star" – Erasure
"Perfect Day" – Hoku "That’s The Way" (I Like It) – KC & The Sunshine Band
"I Say Hey" – Kinky "Footloose" – Kenny Loggins
"Bodyrock" – Moby "Born For This" – Paramore
"Our Time Now" – Plain White T’s "C’mon N’ Ride It" (The Train) – Quad City DJ’s
"I’d Do Anything" – Simple Plan "Groovy Train" – The Farm
"Jump" – Simple Plan "Stamp Your Feet" – Donna Summer
"Whoomp!" (There It Is) – Tag Team "In This Diary" – The Ataris
"The Power Is On" – The Go! Team "The Huddle Formation" – The Go! Team

* Gameplay requires each player top have two remotes each (not nunchucks), except in four-player where each player only uses one.


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  • ASIN: B0017ZK7PA
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 30, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,002 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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134 of 136 people found the following review helpful By PT Cruiser TOP 50 REVIEWER on October 3, 2008
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This is a game for kids who dream of being a cheerleader or for "old kids" who didn't make the final cut for cheerleader and never got over it. It's one to add to the "Get up off the couch and move" list of Wii games and it's a way to get some very good exercise while having some fun.

I just got this today and have been playing with it for the last couple of hours. That's as long as I could play because by arms and shoulders are ready to fall off! This game really gives your arms a great workout and once I get better at it and can follow along with the foot movements it should be an all around great exercise game. (Walking and chewing gum at the same time can be challenging) There is also a "Work out" section that's has a choice of quick or extended exercise routines which involves a lot of footwork as well as the arms. That, BTW is a good way to practice getting the cheer moves down.

There's a Campaign Mode where you can compete with another person for team captain or Party Mode where you can play with up to 4 people and have your own squad. I probably won't be playing in those modes since most of my friends would think this 50-something woman had totally lost it if I asked them to come join my Wii cheerleading squad. (Why didn't they name the game "Wii Cheer"?

I like the music and the cheerleader characters are all bubbly and enthusiastic (perky?) which is good motivation to get moving. They're also chatty with recommendations and small talk, which you can hit the A&B buttons to skip if it gets old after a while.

I barely made it past failing after a couple of hours and that was on the easy songs. It's fun even when you don't hit every beat. I did improve by doing the routines over and over.
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85 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Michael Chu on October 22, 2008
I am a grown man who loves rhythm games. I played Dance Dance Revolution on Playstation for months. Then I played Stepmania on my computer for twice that. I am still playing Guitar Hero. My favorite "exercise" on Wii Fit is the stepping one.

Given the empty space between Guitar Hero 3 and World Tour (Aerosmith doesn't count since it blows), I bought this game. It's GREAT and I LOVE it.

The control takes a while to get used to but I find large, flowing movements are generally awarded. The songs are very upbeat. Given my age I absolutely hate the song "Come N Ride It(The Train)", but now I love it since I cheered to it (strange that the opposite happened in Guitar Hero Aerosmith).

The only complaint has nothing to do with the game play. Before and after each song are pep-talks that I just skip, but the loading time for them are a pain. Also, while I have a new-found respect for the athletic part of cheerleading, I still find cheerleader talk to be completely ridiculous. Every Oh. Em. Gee. makes me die a little inside. Like. For sure.

I guess it would have been more socially acceptable for me to like this game if instead of cheerleaders these are all karate masters or something, but it's no more self-delusional than dancing on a foam pad or playing a plastic guitar controller.

I recommend this game to EVERYONE who have enough space in front of their wii to enjoy it to the fullest. I also recommend getting wrist and ankle weighs and turning this into a pretty respectable work-out.
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36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Audrey M. Lebel on October 9, 2008
This game is by far the best WII game I have played. It is SO much fun! I played it for 6 hours straight yesturday, and so far today I have played it for 3 hours and Im not done yet! :D

If you are into dancing, and stuff like that than you will like this game. I recommend it for ages 9 and up. For kids younger than 9 it might be a little to complicated. I am 15, and this game is my new obsession :)
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By B on November 5, 2008
First off...I'm a married man with two children and definitely in touch with my Y chromosome.

That said, who would have thought I'd like cheerleading!?

Well, this game, which I initially bought for my oldest daughter, has become a sensation and addiction for both my wife and I. It provides a fun workout for your arms (and if you have enough skills, your body). You will workup a sweat if you do this game with vigor.

The music is great, and even songs which might have otherwise annoyed me, I've found have worked their way to my Ipod.

My daughter is 6 1/2 at the time of this writing, and I'd have to say the game is much too difficult for her. Its hard for an adult, or at least one who isn't a natural dancer/cheerleader. I'd put this game at just right for those over 11, but it has a steep learning curve as you try to learn what the arrows mean. Easier to just watch what the cheerleader on screen is doing and try to mirror it. This may be difficult however if she turns her back to you, because if you do the same, you'll have to look over your shoulder to get the next move correct.

The game is very (overly)sensitive to mistakes, so you will find some frustrations as it tells you you screwed up when you really think you were on target. I took 1 star off the overall review over this issue, because I think this is a real problem.

Great party game!

11/6/08 - small update. Well, I came home from work and my daughter surprised me by showing how she could beat the C'mon N'ride it routine on easy level, after working on it a while. So, with patience and practice, seems a 6 to 7 year old with good self-control can succeed at it.
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