With the SingStar and Lips series now firmly established, it's about time the Wii joined the karaoke party. The Boogie titles don't count as they were a) rubbish and b) designed for small children. As everyone knows, videogames aren't for kids - they're for sophisticated adults who are mature enough to understand the artistic value in blowing up a Nazi's face.
We Sing is aimed at an older demographic, as you can tell by looking at the photographs on the front cover. Specifically, they suggest it's aimed at 24-year-old white people who enjoy smiling and wearing baseball caps back to front. They do have one black friend but he's only in one of the pictures and he's been shoved right to the back. One of the other pictures features a dog. Unfortunately it's a headshot so you can't see how he's holding the mic.
In the main picture six people are attempting to sing into a single microphone, which suggests the photographer has missed the point of We Sing. This karaoke game is compatible with four USB microphones, allowing up to four people to sing together. That's the best reason to buy We Sing. Don't buy it because you want to download songs or upload videos or be judged on whether you can sing rather than make any kind of noise at all for a few minutes, because We Sing doesn't boast any of those features.