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  • Summary: We Cheer 2 heightens the realistic, competitive cheerleading experience by immersing players in a nationwide cheerleading championship setting. Utilizing the Wii Remotes as virtual pom-poms, players follow on-screen prompts for choreographed routines that utilize a full range of arm and bodyWe Cheer 2 heightens the realistic, competitive cheerleading experience by immersing players in a nationwide cheerleading championship setting. Utilizing the Wii Remotes as virtual pom-poms, players follow on-screen prompts for choreographed routines that utilize a full range of arm and body movements. Players can choose to play with two Wii Remotes (one for each hand) or use just one in either the right or left hand. We Cheer 2 is the only cheerleading video game to offer a hit soundtrack of licensed music and features a brand new lineup of 30 rockin’ songs that will get players energized and ready to cheer. The game offers more than twice the amount of playable characters than the original and now also offers the choice for boys as well as girls. Players will also have access to limitless customization for both their character and their entire squad with an increased range of options for outfits, accessories, facial features and more. We Cheer 2 offers cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes with more than 20 stages and supports up to four players for exciting squad group action. With various difficulty options, the game caters to players of all skill levels from novice cheerleaders to varsity level movers and shakers. Players can practice and perfect their moves in a tutorial mode complete with a set of cheer lessons that provide an overview of each of the various motions in the routines. Performing well in the single player campaign and trainer modes earns points that can be used to unlock new stages, moves, songs and character customization options. With its simple yet addictive gameplay, players lose themselves in the music and moves as they perfect the routines and earn top spot as captain of the squad. [Namco Bandai Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Those willing to look past its cuteness will find one of the most inventive uses for the Wii Remote yet, along with great rhythmic challenge, bonus content and additional game modes. Music gaming just doesn't get better than this.
  2. Overall, We Cheer 2 is a fun rhythm game.
  3. Best of all, the game's even more party-friendly, and skeptical male gamers who weren't willing to try a cheerleading game can no longer use the excuse that there aren't any male characters to play as.
  4. 65
    It’s unfortunate that a game that’s so reliant on motion controls doesn’t leverage the new technology that’s available. If it had we might’ve been treated to the sleeper hit of the year. Sadly that’s not quite the case.
  5. I think this game will satisfy the majority of the target audience with its customization options and modes of play. There aren't a lot of songs here, but the game is done well enough in every other respect to help make up for that.
  6. 50
    It's like playing Simon Says with a Simon that never attempts to fool you and is really into teeny-bop pop; if the graphics were a person, her ugliness would prevent her from making the squad; controls aren't precise enough.
  7. I guess if you find yourself in need of a game for a preppy young lass, this could be a recipe for success. If you're a fan of rhythm games, there isn't anything here of substance, so any fun you have while waving to an imaginary virtual jailbait kid won't last too long.
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