Rated 5.7 out of 10 by 3
Rated 1 out of 10 by CheerDad Not for real cheerleaders.
Bad graphics, lame game play, no return policy and the same general feeling that I just got ripped off that I usually get when I buy games. The first thing to say is that the nunchuck does not have enough cord for the average three year old to do the moves without ripping the cord off . Second, correct moves are not possible while pointing the controllers in the direction they want you to in the first place. Last thing right off the top of my head is the fact that most of the girls on my daughters mini-level 2 All-Star Cheer Squad received this game for christmas and none of them like it or will play it. If for some reason you just cannot live without this game, rent it or just go to your local elite gym and buy it off one of the girls there. They all have it and none of them want it.
Rated 9 out of 10 by Jaycemom Great game just a few quirks
I love this game. I have all-star cheer squad and Wii Cheer. Both are great and to me this one is easier. The only drawback is that you have to connect the nunchucks so if you go to do a "high-v" or "T "motion you have to be careful not to disconnect the nun-chuck from the wii remote. I love that the wii balance board is not mandatory to play because I only have one board and like to play with my niece. My suggestion is to purchase the wireless nunchucks and you will have a ball. The practice session in these seem to be a bit long but after you learn the moves you can go straight to the game play. Also, any age that can do cheerleading move can play this one because it starts off with really basic moves and you move up to more difficult moves as you complete the competitions.
Rated 7 out of 10 by 3PS2012 It keeps baby sister occupied...
Well let me first say that even though the graphics are kinda bad, it keeps my little sister, who is an inspiring cheerleader, occupied. All in all, I'll rate it a nice 7.0. It's not that bad and it's not really great, it's just alright.