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All Star Cheerleader 2 on Wii

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All Star Cheerleader 2 is a Rhythmaction game available on the Wii.

All Star Cheerleader 2 is a Rhythmaction game. Rhythm action games combine the enjoyment that comes from creating music with the challenge of video game scoring. The player is usually tasked with dancing on a mat, tapping a touch screen, pressing a button, singing into a mic or strumming a fake guitar controller in time with the music.


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Fit Gamer review Thu, 08 Jul 2010

All Star Cheerleader 2 continues the exuberant fitness friendly game play. Although I missed some of the, now dialled down, saccharine cheerleading culture there is still plenty to challenge even the most proficient of exercisers.

I'm always keen to try computer game sequels. Unlike movies - where the sequel is rarely better than the original - games generally improve, with slicker graphics, nicer controls, and fixes for all those things that annoyed you about the first version. So I was looking forward to trying out the next All Star Cheerleader, a game which showed a lot of promise but was beset by a number of irritations.
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Family Gamer review Thu, 03 Jun 2010

All Star Cheerleader 2 (All Star Cheer Squad in the US) is the first sequel to the batch of cheerleading games that arrived last year. Like We Cheer, Samba de Amigo and Boogie and High School Musical Dance! on the Nintendo Wii it uses gestures to get the player flinging their limbs around. But unlike these others All Star Cheerleader 2 focuses on precision rather than exuberance. Although it doiesn't support MotionPlus you can pull out Wii-Fit's balance board to add a balancing and foot placement angle to proceedings.

Self improvement games tap into the popular trend in self development and therapy. Experiences as diverse as Brain Training DS and Wii-Fit have popularised the idea that games can be about more than just having fun - they can improve your brain, body and even mental outlook on life.
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