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  • Summary: As a rhythm game, a good deal of your time spent in World Tour ison stage where you guide Hannah through her choreography while she belts out her hits for an assembled crowd. Hannah's moves are controlled with both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk. Depending your level of self-consciousness, there are enough moves to keep you entertained throughout the entire song. As a virtual Hannah boogies away on the upper part of the screen, various icons scroll horizontally across the lower part of the screen. Each color-coded icon stands for a different move you need to pull off. World Tour features nine areas to tour with Hannah, as well as locales that include Tokyo, London, and Paris. Each tour stop level requires you to perform three or four numbers. Among the songs featured in World Tour are 14 older Hannah Montana tunes, in addition to two songs from her latest CD. Expand
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  1. 70
    It certainly isn’t genre defining, but it is a solid effort into a market that is by and large untapped.
  2. With tighter, less frustrating (and painful) motion controls Spotlight World Tour could have the potential to hold its own in the rhythm game genre. As it stands, the lack of polish in this area keeps the game from rising above a niche title destined for the hands pre-teen girls.
  3. 56
    There’s some fun stuff in there if you like kinda easy games, but it could be like so much better; get it?
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