Boogie review

  • Cute and quirky as hell
  • Improved diagonal controls
  • An excuse to sing MC Hammer
  • No singing and dancing together
  • Short and easy single player
  • The Wii remote is sorely missed

If you're willing to commit to Boogie, mind, body and sooooul, it's a goddamned blast. But as much as we're ashamed to admit it, tapping buttons can't channel the exuberance of standing up and swinging around the Wii Remote like an idiot. It still stands out as a decent music game, but it's no less shallow on the PS2, and just as easy and short. And in case you couldn't tell, this is a game exclusively for kids and families, so don't throw out SingStar or that DDR mat just yet.

More Info

Release date: Aug 07 2007 - Wii
Nov 27 2007 - DS
Nov 12 2007 - PS2 (US)
Nov 30 2007 - PS2 (UK)
Available Platforms: Wii, DS, PS2
Genre: Family
Published by: EA Montreal, EA GAMES
Developed by: EA Montreal
ESRB Rating:
Everyone 10+: Lyrics, Suggestive Themes


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