American Idol Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: Complete with a computer generated Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, with trademark insults, American Idol is a music-based, rhythm-action game that will allow you to create, style, and train a contestant for the competition. Once styled and trained you'll see your contestantComplete with a computer generated Randy Jackson, Paula Abdul, and Simon Cowell, with trademark insults, American Idol is a music-based, rhythm-action game that will allow you to create, style, and train a contestant for the competition. Once styled and trained you'll see your contestant progress through the auditions, various heats, and then, hopefully, make it to the grand final. You'll need quick fingers as you match the right combination of buttons to what's displayed on the screen helping your contestant sing a sweet harmony and dance to the rhythm of the song. Get it wrong and your voice fades and goes out of tune as the judges and later the audience grow unsettled. Collapse
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  1. Nintendo Power
    64
    It's a challenging and entertaining play. [Feb 2004, p.152]
  2. With the limited scope in gameplay, primitive graphics, and repetitive comments from the judges, this is a game best left for the bargain bin, a weekend rental, or perhaps just skip it altogether.
  3. One of those rare games that make you wonder how it is even authorized to be sold for a profit.
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  1. JackL.
    Jan 24, 2004
    7
    I like it.
  2. JermaineB.
    Mar 12, 2004
    1
    DAMN!
  3. Dec 4, 2016
    0
    I enjoy the immense amount of auto-tune but it doesn't have the american classic Through the Fire and Flames. I enjoy the classical stylingsI enjoy the immense amount of auto-tune but it doesn't have the american classic Through the Fire and Flames. I enjoy the classical stylings of Simon Cowell and co as they lambast your poor attempts at mashing your way through this schlock. 0/5 stars. Expand