With over 40 songs included (not the originals, sadly, but most are well covered) and a whole lot of character customization and video editing options, Boogie should keep any party going long after the neighbors have threatened to call the police. It%26rsquo;s not as uber-cool as Sony%26rsquo;s SingStar - dancing green aliens take the place of original artist recordings and videos - and the track listing isn%26rsquo;t as chart up-to-date, but there are plenty of party, funk and soul classics along with the odd complete white elephant (like Gypsy King%26rsquo;s %26ldquo;Baila Me,%26rdquo; - it%26rsquo;s good, but we%26rsquo;re not really ready for karaoke En Espanol just yet).
E3 07: Boogie - hands-on
Get down in EA's new sing-a-thon
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