So, it looks like EA has finally worked out who the Boogie franchise is aimed at - girls. The type of girls who memorise Britney Spears lyrics and spend ages during sleepovers working out complex dance routines to show to absolutely no-one but each other.
Not that we've got a problem with that, you understand. It's just that unless you fit into that category, you're probably not going to see Boogie Superstar as much more than a chance to flail the Wii Remote wildly in time to the music.
If, however, that sounds like fun to you then you're in for a treat because unlike the last Boogie game, Superstar's actually really well done. The visual style (replacing silly aliens with real people) is lovely, the music's funky, there are loads of moves to do and you can even sing along with any USB microphone.
It's packed with challenges too and when you play it with friends, it gets even better. Yes, it's niche and probably not the kind of thing most gamers would want to endure but that's not the point - Boogie Superstar does what it does really well indeed, even if what it does isn't for you.