We Sing 80s is yet another game in the We Sing franchise; which sees players doing their best impression of singing into a microphone. Basically it brings all the fun of a karaoke machine into the home but without the need to purchase an actual karaoke machine.

Now We Sing is going back to the best decade of music, the 80’s, as such expect people to butcher the following songs:

·         Blondie – The Tide is High
·         Sabrina – The Boys (Summertime Love)
·         Culture Club – Do You Really Want to Hurt Me
·         The Bangles – Eternal Flame
·         T’Pau – China in Your Hand
·         Dexy’s Midnight Runners – Come on Eileen
·         Duran Duran – Rio
·         Tiffany – I Think We’re Alone Now
·         Queen – I Want to Break Free
·         Toto – Africa
·         Frankie Goes to Hollywood – The Power of Love
·         Starship – Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now
·         The Human League – Don’t You Want Me
·         Sade – Smooth Operator
·         Lionel Ritchie – All Night Long (All Night)
·         Cameo – Word Up!
·         Cyndi Lauper – True Colours
·         Tears for Fear – Shout
·         Yazoo – Only You
·         Lisa Stansfield – All Around the World
·         Paula Abdul – Straight Up
·         Simple Minds – Alive and Kicking
·         Baltimora – Tarzan Boy
·         Kylie Minogue – I Should Be So Lucky
·         Spandau Ballet – True
·         Musical Youth – Pass the Dutchie
·         Yazz and the Plastic Population – The Only Way Is Up
·         DeBarge – Rhythm of the Night
·         Smokey Robinson – Being With You
·         Roxette – The Look

Wait a moment; Pass the Dutchie is in this game? For a game for ages 3+? Either somebody didn’t do their research or they just wanted some parents to get a bit of a laugh at their children’s expense. Either way the game will be released for the Wii on the 28th of September either in a bundle with a microphone or as a stand-alone game.

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