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SiNG Party on Wii U gets a UK release date

Warm up those voices for the 18 January 2013

One of the first party games to hit the Wii U, SiNG Party is heading to UK gamers on 18 January 2013. Get ready to gather your friends and test your vocal skills, as this interactive party game is far more than just standard karaoke.

A range of modes will feature in SiNG Party, each one bringing a different gameplay element into the mix. Party mode is the main draw, letting the player use the Gamepad to read lyrics and interact with their crowd, while the TV screen shows dance moves and lyrics to entertain the audience. Individual Wii controllers can also be used as additional interactive instruments, such as a cow bell or tambourine.

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There is also Sing mode, which rates the singer based on their abilities and timing. You can sing solo, or duet with a friend. A Team mode also features, as well as a finely tuned Practice mode, which allows the player to use the Gamepad to loop certain parts of a song, ensuring they start hitting the right notes.

With a host of popular songs swelling SiNG Party, it's sure to make a noise with gamers looking for a premium party experience on their Wii U next year. Will you be singing the Wii U's praises next year with SiNG Party?

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  1. tohaker Wednesday 31st Oct 2012 at 17:31

    I don't believe it. The console hasn't even been launched and already the terrible party games are flooding in... :cry:

  2. Lego master Wednesday 31st Oct 2012 at 18:49

    I don't believe it. The console hasn't even been launched and already the terrible party games are flooding in... :cry:


    Just because you don't like them doesn't mean they're terrible. It definitely isn't my kind of game, but lots of people like these kind of games so it will probably sell well.

  3. GuitarHero Wednesday 31st Oct 2012 at 19:01

    I don't believe it. The console hasn't even been launched and already the terrible party games are flooding in... :cry:


    I fail to see how this is bad.

  4. CraigEmberson Wednesday 31st Oct 2012 at 20:36

    So, this is bad because it happens to be a party game? At least its trying to do something different - in fact, Karaoke Machines don't sell well anymore and this looks like a great emulation of it and more.

  5. Xenobladeperson Wednesday 31st Oct 2012 at 23:13

    I fail to see why the developers can't release this at launch. It doesn't seem like the type of game that would spend years in development.

  6. PappyLaroux Thursday 1st Nov 2012 at 10:09

    I think it's a bit strange that they're releasing it after Christmas and New Year-otherwise better known as the two biggest parties in the year. If they released it a week before Christmas or something, people would be able to buy it and play it on those days...

  7. Serebii Thursday 1st Nov 2012 at 10:14

    I fail to see why the developers can't release this at launch. It doesn't seem like the type of game that would spend years in development.


    It's launch in the US too,but not here...this is becoming a common and worrying occurance

  8. imbusydoctorwho Friday 2nd Nov 2012 at 01:04

    Why a January release?
    This should have been a launch title,as this would be the perfect game for Christmas/New Year.

    Depending on the tracklist,I might just go for it.

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