Think you can be the next big music star?
Well now you've got all the tools right at your fingertips with Mix Superstar. Create, mix and record your own royalty-free musical masterpieces right on your Wii. There are over 1,000 Dance, Hip Hop and Techno loops included across multiple instruments like Drum, Bass, Synth, Guitar and even voice tracks.
Once you've got that next hit created, it's time to show it off. Mix Superstar allows you to export your music creations, and download them to your computer so you can take them on-the-go. You can also use WiiConnect24 to send those hits to your Wii Friends and even collaborate on mixes!
Also included is full support for both the Logitech USB Microphone and Wii Speak so you can lay down your own vocals.
Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Pay & Play even allows you to enhance your music creation experience with thousands of additional loops from packs like Rock, Pop and House.
Initially, Mix Superstar may seem like another of the music games trying to cash in on the success of Rock Band and Guitar Hero. However, Superstar cannot actually be considered a game, as there are no objectives, goals or obstacles, only the ability to create music...read full review
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