With the release of We Sing Pop just around the corner, we take a look at the launch trailer for the upcoming game. Check it out at GodisaGeek.com.
Nordic Games seem to come out with another iteration of their We Sing franchise every other month; not that we're complaining though. Find out what we thought of their latest game, We Sing: Rock, with our review over at GodisaGeek.com
Can Nordic maintain their impressive strike rate whilst giving us consumers the ability to mix it up in songs ranging from Rick Astley to Radiohead in We Sing UK Hits? Find out in our review!
Nordic Games Publishing has today confirmed that the ultimate rock party singing game, We Sing Rock! will be released on the October 28th for Wii. We Sing Rock! celebrates the very best of what rock music has to offer. Featuring 40 sing-a-long rock anthems spanning five decades of classic rock music from internationally famous rock […]
There hasn’t been a new Singstar title form Sony’s London Studios for some time – since the Move enabled Singstar Dance and Singstar Guitar last year in fact. But now Sony Computer Entertainment Europe can proudly announce the development of its latest disc of songs in the Singstar series, as the go Back To The […]
It’s the one that you want! Global video game publisher 505 Games announced today they are releasing the ultimate singing and dancing Grease experience for both Kinect for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 with Move motion controller compatibility this Autumn. Grease delivers the movie’s signature choreography and legendary songs, combined with today’s motion-sensor technology, so […]
Most of you will have had at least some experience with the We Sing franchise, whether that’s seeing it being played somewhere or even taking part in a little sing-a-long yourself. Maybe your only interaction with it is reading our thoughts about the recently released Robbie Williams version. Either way, if you’re one of our […]
Game: Rock Band 3 Developer: Harmonix Publisher: EA/MTV Games Available on: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, Nintendo DS (Reviewed on Xbox 360) Harmonix seem to have taken the high road with the Rock Band series, deciding to focus on downloadable songs and band specific titles (The Beatles and Green Day) rather than releasing a new […]