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Kidz Bop Dance Party: Wii Game Review

Reviewed by on Sep 27, 2010
Rating: 3 Star Rating

If you enjoy singing along to the Kidz Bop CDs, you might like dancing to pop songs sung by kids as well!

Kidz Bop is a series of CD albums that take current pop songs and gets kids to perform them instead of the original artist. Currently, there are over 15 Kidz Bop albums and they cover everything from [kwlink 1234]Michael Jackson[/kwlink] to Miley Cyrus.

Bump and Bop to Pop

Kidz Bop Dance Party is a dancing game for the Wii. The game itself contains about 24 popular song, including those originally sung by Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. As mentioned before, all songs are sung by kids and any inappropriate lyrics have been adapted to be family friendly.

There is no dance pad involved, all you need is the Wiimote. Everything is done with timing. It doesn't even matter if you don't follow the actions on the screen, as long as you do some sort of movement at the right time with the Wiimote. There really is not challenge, it's just for pure silly fun. You can sit on the couch and wave the Wiimote on the beat or jump around like a wild animal.

Shake Your Booty, Earn Some Booty

Challenge mode tracks and rates your progress. Earn points to unlock and earn alternate outfits, costumes, accessories and more. If you finish the game, you can also unlock your Mii and have them dance in the game as well!

You can play with your friends in team-up or dance off against them in versus. All the songs are available right off the bat, so you don't have to play for hours to unlock everything. However, there are some outfits and other things to unlock, which gives you reason to keep playing.

The game is really friendly to new and young players, as there is no penalty for making mistakes. However, for the older crowd, this can be translated as easy and unchallenging. Overall, if you don't mind listening to pop songs being sung by kids and want an excuse to dance to tunes, this could be your game.


Price: $39.99

ESRB Rating: E for Everyone

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