Metascore
54

Mixed or average reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 11
  2. Negative: 2 out of 11
  1. Disney’s Sing It knocks it out of the park.
  2. 80
    Even though it is geared more towards kids Disney Sing It is a worthy alternative to Sony's Singstar series.
  3. If you are a parent of a child who is infatuated with High School Musical or any of the other Disney acts, and you really want to be on your kid’s (or kids’) favorites list – then wrap up Disney’s Sing It and pop it under the tree (or the appropriate holiday gift place).
  4. Disney Sing It is a flawed but ultimately fun experience. Because the game mechanics are solid in comparison to some of the other karaoke titles on the market, your enjoyment of this offering will depend solely on whether you like the song selection.
  5. 70
    Like candy, but filled with annoying gameplay choices.
  6. 62
    Disney Sing It is a fun game for kids that are super into the Disney Channel. However it really is lacking in the song department, even for the subject matter.
  7. If you love this music, go ahead and buy this game in spite of the score below; you’ll love it. Just don’t ask us to sing along unless you found that video we were talking about.
  8. The only guarantee this brings is tears before bedtime. And that's with two ADULTS playing. [Jan 2009, p.99]
  9. The age appeal is very young and thus a bit limited. The game gives the impression that teens might be interested, with the High School Musical songs, but the appeal was below the interest level of a 14-year old teen girl. Still, the production values are solid and younger singers may enjoy this game.
  10. All together though, Disney Sing It! is a pretty lackluster attempt at a Karaoke title, and while I can accept that the music isn't geared towards me in any way, the actual gameplay is pretty broken, and trying to match the pitch becomes nearly impossible at times, really taking away from the fun.
  11. 16
    It's the game part of this game that stinks, and the rest of it should have just been a DVD.

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