All Star Cheer Squad Wii

  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release Date: Oct 27, 2008
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  1. MimiB.
    Nov 9, 2008
    8
    This game is great for anyone interested in Cheer at all. It has great difficulty and it keeps you entertained. The down side is that is very slow, The balance board is almost pointless and in the way. It's never recognizes the board and I spend most time waiting. The quick play is very fun and it's much quicker. This game is for any Cheer lover. Finally, a game aimed toward This game is great for anyone interested in Cheer at all. It has great difficulty and it keeps you entertained. The down side is that is very slow, The balance board is almost pointless and in the way. It's never recognizes the board and I spend most time waiting. The quick play is very fun and it's much quicker. This game is for any Cheer lover. Finally, a game aimed toward women gamers that is not for a 4 year old. Expand
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  1. I would say that All Star Cheer Squad would probably make a solid game for a younger kid that's getting interested in the sport. The movements definitely mimic the stuff that actually occurs on field or in the gym, and even if you're not a fan of cheerleading you'll realize that you've seen this stuff before, just from watching a football game or two.
  2. Unfortunately, the experience as a whole, deep as it may be, is as tethered as the remote and nunchuk.
  3. By the end of the tutorial, it becomes painfully clear that All Star Cheer Squad is a complete mess of a title, and it doesn't improve as you progress through the game.