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Disney Sing It
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Developer(s) Zoë Mode
Publisher(s) Disney Interactive
Designer(s) Disney
Release date Release Date Missing
Genre Karaoke
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s) ESRB: Everyone
PEGI: 12+
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Wii, Xbox 360
Media Blu-ray Disc, DVD, DVD-DL, Wii Optical Disc
Input USB Microphone
System requirements USB Microphone
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Disney Sing It is a karaoke video game and sequel to High School Musical: Sing It!. It was released on October 28, 2008 across multiple platforms.


Songs

Disney Sing It features a number of songs by Disney-affiliated artists as well as those from shows and films such as the High School Musical series.[1] These artists and songs include:[2]

Artists

"Like Whoa"
"Potential Breakup Song"
"Chemicals React"
"Best of Both Worlds"
"Nobody's Perfect"
"Rock Star"
"Life's What You Make It"
"G.N.O. (Girl's Night Out)"
"See You Again"
"Start All Over"
"Find Yourself in You"
"Real Wild Child"
"Jump to the Rhythm"
"Outside Looking In"
"The Party's Just Begun"
"One World"
"Dance with Me"

Cast recordings

"Breaking Free"
"Get'cha Head in the Game"
"Start of Something New"
"Bet On It"
"Fabulous"
"What Time Is It?"
"You Are the Music in Me"
"We Rock"
"Start the Party"
"This Is Me"
"Gotta Find You"
"Play My Music"
"Hasta La Vista"
"Here I Am"

Downloadable Content

The game's product description refers to additional downloadable song packs being available. However, as of 28/04/2009, Disney Interactive Support has replied (to a query): "Thank you for contacting us.In some circumstances we need to make some business decisions and drop certain projects that might have been planned or even announced previously. This case falls in one of those situations and currently we don't have any plans on adding any downloadable contents for either Disney Sing It title."

Reception

The game has received mixed reviews, with both 1UP.com and IGN praising its accessibility towards kids but finding serious fault with the gameplay, with Official Xbox Magazine ultimately calling it a "gateway game" at best.[3][4][5]

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