Boogie

Published by EA, Developed by EA

Genres: Party / Rhythm (4 players)

US release date: Aug 6th, 2007 | EU release date: Aug 30th, 2007

Boogie

Boogie is a unique music/rhythm-based game that takes advantage of the innovative Wii controls to get gamers off their couch, playing and dancing to a new beat.

"We're creating something new and different for gamers of all ages to enjoy; the complete party package where gamers can dance as well as sing," said Alain Tascan, Vice President and General Manager, EA Montreal. "Nintendo's Wii is an amazing console that really gives us a platform to be creative and to re-think traditional game development."

Boogie will have gamers dancing, singing and starring in their own music videos. Players can also choose and customize different characters in the game to best show off their dancing style and karaoke skills. With innovative gameplay that perfectly matches the unique Wii controls, Boogie is the ultimate videogame party package.

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Tantheman35 said:

Is that Patrick from Spongebob?

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[RS]Omega Red said:

Looks like a bunch of Pikmin chillin in the audience and Rayman: Raving Rabbids Dance Floor, which I loved.

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Scooby Jew said:

What is up with those screen shots? Doesn't look like a game I'm personally interested in, but a few select family members of mine probably are.

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eric &heart; wii said:

Will it be like DDR? It also says it will use voice. The graphics look like ½ 2D and ½ 3D.

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Zendalf said:

I'm pretty much speechless about the guy. What is that supposed to be exactly? Is it a new Gumby character or something?

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IT said:

Actually looks pretty great, graphic-wise.

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Nova said:

It looks a bit like DDR but instead of moving your feet, you move your arms (which would be easier if you had a wireless nunchuck).

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Quartzlcc said:

This looks SO stupid, that it'll be COOL.

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Nova said:

I feel that you can't judge something by looking at it. That's how the Wii got its bad rep before it was released. Everyone thought it would be a failure but they were WRONG! Similarly, this game might just surprise all of us (think about the people making this game. Would they intentionally come out with a game that sucks?).

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Crimson Hawk said:

I think this game looks pretty cool! And don't judge a game by it's screen shots guys.

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Crimson Hawk said:

I think this game looks absolutely cool, even if you don't like dancing, you should at least rent it and play it once.

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DJames said:

Hmm, can you shuffle or rave? They're the best types of dancing but I tell you it's difficult to learn.

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Divinity Boy said:

I've seen the trailers and it looks cool. You move the wiimote and nunchuk and your avatar dances!

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Nickhead said:

The guy does look like Patrick.

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Master Foot said:

I smell Saturday Night Fever.

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LatinaX said:

I read about this game in a Nintendo magazine, it looks really cool. You get to dance with the remotes and sing with a microphone that comes with it! I also heard that you can make a music video of your character and make it 3d or black and white, and "film" it with different camera angles, etc. Oh, and it also said that there's new and old songs like "Don't Cha" and "Brick House".

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world wide wii said:

You know, a little child screamed into the mic and got gold. It's true.

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Lay-Z Boy said:

Tantheman35 you are wrong! That's Zoidberg from Futurama! (so my little bro says).

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jimmi said:

My young son recently got this game, and has spent quite a long time singing old songs in karaoke mode and making videos of his customized boogie man dancing on stage. He also won enough points to unlock the first single I ever bought (Pop Muzik by "M"), strangely he likes it too. I have to admit I thought this games was aimed at Girls but it's equally good for boys, it's the first time I've seen my boy singing which he does with the supplied microphone.

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Kitkat said:

Tried it out before I bought it. I was surprisingly disappointed, as I thought dancing, karaoke-ing and making music videos as well as playing (I think Five?), different characters and story lines, would have made for a great game. I am glad I tried it out. It is terribly simplistic, very good for young children (my seven year old got bored with it pretty easily though). The graphics are great! Very attractive looking. Anyone who can hit different notes (doesn't have to be the correct ones) can get a pretty good score on karaoke. Dancing is just moving the Wii remote in 4 different positions (up, down, left, right) so you don't even really have to dance. Any adult with an IQ higher than Coco the gorilla would get bored with it within an hour, if not sooner. I think if they were going to gear it towards a younger audience (which they obviously did) they should cut the 70's music out and fill in with Hannah Montana or HighSchool Musical, something of that nature. Would sell more copies and be less deceptive.

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