We haven't seen many reviews for the game yet, but what's out there certainly warrants discussion. It's been mostly good scores, but 1UP certainly didn't like it in the long run. But, without further delay, let's check out the reviews so we can get to the good part: your thoughts.
- GamePro (80/100) thinks the game only lacks the fun of multi-tasking: "Pros: Easy, accessible fun. Song list is varied and interesting. Cons: You can't sing and dance at the same time, there's no online play and the replay value is low."
- Game Informer (78/100) is of the mind that the game isn't for music snobs: "Leave your stuffy music and game sensibilities at the door – Boogie has a more plebeian appeal."
- Games Radar (70/100) says multiplayer makes it last: "As with most Wii games, it really glistens with more than one player. If you're willing to commit to Boogie, mind, body and sooooul, it's a goddamned blast, channeling the same enthusiastic participation we all had last year when firing up Wii Sports first time. But then it's all over too quickly, and too easily."
- 1UP (30/100) really trashes the game: "The fact that this game is fun for exactly 20 minutes, and only in a group of two or more, should keep you from buying this game. In the end, Boogie is light on dancing, light on karaoke -- a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none moment of fluff."