E3 2012: SiNG Brings the Party to Wii U; Screens & Trailer

Announced during E3 2012 is SiNG, an all-new title that looks to combine singing, dancing and a party vibe where everyone can participate all at once.

E3 2012: SiNG Brings the Party to Wii U; Screens & Trailer

Making use of the Wii U GamePad controller, all players can play by reading on-screen prompts to view lyrics or the Wii remote controllers to dance at the same time. Find out more about SiNG which potentially could change the landscape of party games:

Get the party started with SiNG (working title), a new, interactive musical performance game that will get you and your guests singing and dancing well into the night. With dozens of popular songs to choose from, everyone from novice singers to experienced entertainers will be able to join in the fun. While one person steps up as the main performer, others can dance, sing and clap along with the prompts on the TV screen, making sure everyone at the party is rocking out together.

E3 2012: SiNG Brings the Party to Wii U; Screens & Trailer

SiNG Features

  • In “Party” mode, the lead singer uses the Wii U GamePad controller to view lyrics and receive cues, freeing them from the TV and allowing them to interact with the audience, making each performance more engaging and enjoyable.
  • There’s no limit to the number of people who can join in at one time. Audience participation, such as singing, dancing, interacting with the lead singer and playing instrumental sounds with the Wii Remote controllers, is the key to a great performance.
  • In “Sing” mode, up to two singers’ vocal and overall performance quality are evaluated on the TV in real time.
  • The GamePad can be used as an audio mixer and to create a playlist.
  • A variety of song selections, from the ‘60s to current pop hits, makes it easy for players from any generation to put on a show.

Watch the SiNG E3 trailer below:

http://youtu.be/HV93svATZgs

SiNG screenshots

SiNG is exclusively being developed for the Nintendo Wii U, due out for the holiday season in 2012.

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