I haven't actually used it--but I did notice it was NOT labeled on the box front as the We Ski was.
And actually the back of the box just has a Wiimote with a 4 (up to four players) and does not even say anything about using the nunchuck attachment...although I'm pretty sure it would use that. But no mention of the board.
I thought it would have used the board, since it was done by the ones that did We Ski (that uses the board).
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Fitness Minutes: (6,455) Posts: 4,438 12/4/08 12:43 P
I haven't tried We Cheer yet, but have been looking for it all over the place in town!!! I did, however, rent All Star Cheer yesterday, and I think ultimately I would really enjoy the game, but it takes FOREVER to load between screens... supposedly you can use the balance board with it, too, but I hear that's an added frustration... It's not a game I would buy, and going back to read the reviews it seems everyone has the same complaints... the game loads between every session (and each session is only about a minute long) and you have to wait about 30 seconds for the game to reload... I spend more time sitting around waiting than cheering... HOWEVER, I then looked into We Cheer's reviews and it gets 4.5-5 stars... people seem to love it and can spend hours at a time playing it... I really would love to find it and see if it's something I would want to buy...
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Fitness Minutes: (82,445) Posts: 9,561 11/28/08 5:28 P
My husband bought me we cheer for my birthday. I played that thing for hours and could not even pass a song. I started to think the damn thing was defective. I went online to see if I could read anything and a lot of the gaming magazines rated it poorly but other people loved it. My daughter started playing it with a friend and passed 4 or 5 songs. It's not defective... I am! I think it's fun and very challenging to pass the songs but I thin it gets better as you play it!
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Fitness Minutes: (6,455) Posts: 4,438 11/24/08 12:08 P
I rented All Star Cheerleader, there were things I didn't like about it (moves with remote and nuchuck were hard as not enought cord between the 2)but I did well in practice mode, much better that I do with DDR2 LOL, I want to rent the We Cheer to see the differents
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Has anyone tried the we cheer? I rented it last night. I just played it for an hour and it reminded me of the DDR. You had to pick a song and try to beat it. I was not good at this. I did like the fact that there was an exercise mode in this game. You can exercise for a short period or a longer period. Neither of are very long (I didn't think anyway). I am glad I rented this game before i bougt it. It was on my christmas list but I just don't think it is one of the must have games that I want right now. I would like a few others. If anyone else has a thought let me know. I have only played it once and I plan on trying it again. I rented the game til Wednesday night. Maybe it will get better after I play it a couple of times.
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