WeSing Website and Full Tracklist

Will the new Wesing wii game revolutionize the karaoke world?

Eager karaoke fans desperate to hear the entire tracklist from forthcoming Nintendo Wii exclusive We Sing can do so now – as Nordic Games reveals the final line up on the game’s brand new official website at www.wesinggame.com.

Crank up the sound, as the 30 songs and artists are revealed for the first time within a virtual jukebox which allows browsers to scroll through and play selections from the game’s blockbuster soundtrack.

We Sing – the first karaoke title ever to allow four players to sing simultaneously – is already topping the Wii pre-order charts with several online retailers ahead of its release on November 20th.

The website offers a host of downloadable content with which to customise your PC’s desktop. Community features include a forum for users to discuss the game and suggest songs for any subsequent versions of We Sing, and an informal blog which will be the first place news is announced.

Repeat visits are essential: as well as being the game’s official news channel, the site will offer stacks of competitions and giveaways for loyal readers. Currently, three pairs of astonishing SHURE earphones are up for grabs, worth ¬£100 each.

The site complements We Sing’s social networking presence on Twitter and Facebook, both of which will also be used to push promotions and drive consumer interaction.

“The reception to the game from both consumers and retail alike has already exceeded our expectations”, says Nik Blower, Sales & Marketing Director, Nordic Games Publishing AB. “We’re delighted to unveil what will emerge over time to become the home for Nintendo Wii karaoke fans on the Internet. This is just the start as we seek to encourage and grow a community of fans who will become gaming’s most vocal fans.”

We Sing will be available exclusively for Nintendo Wii from November 20th 2009. Suggested retail prices start from £29.99.

The full setlist is as follows:

Amy Winehouse – Tears Dry On Their Own
Aqua – Barbie Girl
Blondie – One Way Or Another
Charles and Eddie – Would I Lie To You?
Chesney Hawkes – The One And Only
Coldplay – Viva La Vida
Culture Club – Karma Chameleon
Duffy – Mercy Duran Duran Hungry Like The Wolf
Elton John with Kiki Dee – Don’t Go Breaking My Heart
James Morrison & Nelly Furtado – Broken Strings
John Denver – Take Me Home, Country Roads
Kaiser Chiefs – I Predict A Riot
Kylie Minogue – Loco-Motion
Lady GaGa – Poker Face
Lily Allen – The Fear
Madness – Our House
Meatloaf – I’d Do Anything For Love (But I Won’t Do That)
Moloko – Sing It Back
One Republic Featuring Timbaland – Apologize
Pussycat Dolls – Don’t Cha
Roxette – It Must Have Been Love
Shampoo – Trouble
Spice Girls – Wannabe
Sugababes – Girls
Tasmin Archer – Sleeping Satellite
The Automatic РMonster
The Police – Every Breath You Take
Tom Jones – Delilah
UB40 – Red Red Wine

Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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  1. Looks like the traditional karaoke machine better watch out. With Wii having a fun product like this one and the potential for additional songs to be downloaded, it might be the end to the karaoke machine. The one thing that might save the karaoke machine is that some of them are less expensive than the Wii but you still have to buy the music.

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