Parent's Guide: We Sing: Robbie Williams - Age rating, mature content and difficulty

Parents Guide We Sing Robbie Williams Age rating mature content and difficulty
17th November, 2010 By Ian Morris
Game Info // We Sing: Robbie Williams
We Sing: Robbie Williams Boxart
Publisher: Nordic Games
Developer: Le Cortex
Players (same console): 1 - 4
Subtitles: No
Available On: Wii
Overall
Everybody Plays Ability Level
Reading Required
Content Rating
OK
Violence and Gore: None
Bad Language: None
Sexual Content: Minor innuendo
Parent's Guide

We Sing: Robbie Williams is a karaoke game that has up to four players crooning along to some of his most famous songs - from oldies such as 'Angels' and 'Let Me Entertain You' to his more recent 'Advertising Space' and 'You Know Me', there's songs for Robbie fans old and new. Simply grab a microphone each, pick a song and sing along, following the pitch bars shown on screen - their position relative to each other gives you an idea of the notes you need to sing. The closer you match your pitch to the game, the better you score. Depending on how confident you are, there's a selection of difficulties, from the very forgiving easy to the pitch-perfect hard, so everyone should be able to find a difficulty they're comfortable with.

Co-operation is the key in a fair few of the We Sing: Robbie Williams multiplayer modes - players can work together to try to get the best score, either in teams versus teams, sharing a single microphone in 'Pass the Mic' or even in the game's signature 'We Sing' mode - where no-one knows how well (or not) they do, so there should be no getting upset. If you fancy something a bit more competitive, there's plenty of versus modes to try your hand at - some of which crank the difficulty up a couple of notches by making you perform without any pitch bars or lyrics.

Mature Content

This largely depends on the songs you're picking. Even if there is some questionable content (a fair amount of sex references, in both lyrics and videos), it should be no worse than they hear on the radio, or see on MTV, and of the songs on offer, 'Come Undone' is probably the worst. Nordic Games have done their best at editing some of the videos to make sure they're more family-friendly too, seeing as a fair few of Robbie Williams videos are a bit disturbing to say the least.

Age Ratings

We Say
Violence and Gore:
None
Bad Language:
None
Sexual Content:
Minor innuendo
OK

Format Reviewed: Nintendo Wii

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