Today Sony Computer Entertainment Australia have confirmed that SingStar® The Wiggles for PS3 will launch in stores across Australia and New Zealand on this Thursday, 25th November. This follows on from the PS2 title launch earlier this year. You can read the review of the PS2 edition of the game here.
Right in time for the school holidays, the PS3 edition comes with 26 of the most popular tracks from the Wiggles, including 6 that are exclusive to PS3.
“SingStar The Wiggles offers fans an interactive and rewarding experience as children get ready to entertain and have fun with their family this festive season,” said Patrick Lagana, Marketing Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment Australia.
Anthony Field, Blue Wiggle, said, “We’re excited that children of all ages can sing along to our songs from over the years. I’ve had a go at the game and my children love being able to hold a microphone and sing along to the songs they know so well.”
As I’ve said in my previous SingStar reviews, the game lives and dies by its track list, and I can tell you that this one has just about everything a Wiggles fan (or parent of one) could ask for:
1. Hot Potato
2. Can You (Point Your Fingers And Do The Twist?)
3. Fruit Salad
4. Rock-A-Bye Your Bear
5. Toot Toot, Chugga Chugga, Big Red Car
6. Wake Up Jeff!
7. Captain Feathersword Fell Asleep On His Pirate Ship (Quack Quack)
8. The Monkey Dance
9. Get Ready To Wiggle
10. Move Your Arms Like Henry
11. Lights, Camera, Action, Wiggles!
12. Play Your Guitar With Murray
13. To Have A Tea Party
14. Getting Strong!
15. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
16. I’m Dorothy the Dinosaur
17. Dr Knickerbocker
18. The Shimmie Shake!
19. Wags The Dog Is Chasing His Tail
20. Hot Poppin’ Popcorn
PLUS, the following PS3-exclusives:
21. Wiggle Bay
22. Dorothy (Would You Like To Dance?)
23. Ooh It’s Captain Feathersword
24. Go Santa Go
25. Here Come The Chicken
26. Over In The Meadow
There’s been no information from Sony to suggest that this version will be SingStar Guitar compatible, but for all of the budding Murray’s out there let’s hope it is! I’ll be sure to test it out and report back in the full review.
So if you’re a massive fan of The Wiggles, or if (like me) you’re tired of playing the PS2 version via the disk swap method on your PS3, Thursday is your lucky day!