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Nintendo Wii Cheerleader Games

Updated on January 5, 2015

Best Nintendo Wii Cheerleading Games

If you are looking for information about the Nintendo Wii console and games about Cheerleading on the Wii, here is where you can find out what cheerleading games are available and read reviews from people who have bought them.

Most girls love Cheerleading, and with it's Motion Sensitive Wireless Controllers, the Nintendo Wii lends itself perfectly to Cheerleading and Dancing games.

These are the Top Cheerleading games for the Nintendo Wii, the perfect gift for any girl.

Not only are these games great fun, especially for a girls party or when they have friends around, but they offer a great workout to help any girl (or her Mom) keep in shape, in fact any type of dance game is a whole lot more fun when you play it with friends.

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We Cheer For The Nintendo Wii

Prepare to clap your hands, stomp your feet and bring it on!

Putting players at the center of a nationwide cheerleading competition, We Cheer utilizes two Wii Remotes* as virtual pom-poms to create an authentic cheerleading experience. Players must move the wireless Wii Remotes as directed by the on-screen indicators to choreographed routines, utilizing a full range of arm and body movements such as spins and twists.

As each routine is successfully performed, the player will be able to recruit new team members to their squad, adding new cheerleading abilities and choreographed routines. The first cheerleading video game to offer licensed music, We Cheer features 30 smash-hit master recordings for players to perform to, including tracks from Hilary Duff, Aly & AJ, The Plain White T's and Natasha Bedingfield.

Letting friends and family participate in the cheerleading fun, We Cheer features cooperative and competitive multiplayer modes for up to four players to determine who deserves to stand at the top of the pyramid.

The game also features a workout mode that lets players keep track of approximately how many calories they have burned while cheering. Each character in the game is fully customizable, with a variety of uniforms, shoes and accessories to choose from for added personalization.

We Cheer - Nintendo Wii
We Cheer - Nintendo Wii

Key Game Features:

Hit Songs - Dance and cheer to 30 smash hits from the hottest artists of the past, present and future. With an endless variety of music genres to choose from - rock, hip hop, dance or even disco, there is something for everyone to groove to.

Endless Character Customization - Create your ultimate cheerleader by customizing her with the perfect competition outfit. Choose from a variety of tops, bottoms, shoes and more that will make your cheerleader look super cute and ready to perform her best on stage.

Engaging Modes - Choose a mode that suits your mood. Burn some calories in Exercise Mode, compete for the Captain position in 2-player Campaign Mode, or play with up to 4 players in Party Mode and show everyone who is #1 on the team.

Real, Active Gameplay - Get totally immersed in the competition, using your entire body. to spin, kick, jump and dance to various choreographed routines. Not only can you cheer and dance, you can also recruit new squad members, unlock new teammates, outfits, songs and more.

 

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We Cheer 2 For The Nintendo Wii

Get ready to shake your pom-poms and show your team spirit with the newest version of the hit cheerleading game.

We Cheer 2 uses your Wii Remote(s) as pompoms as you perform fullbody motions to hit music of the past and present.

This latest installment in the hit franchise features all new challenging dance moves, new stages, modes of play, outfits, male and female characters, and limitless character customization options so that your team not only performs great, but looks great, too.

With various single and multiplayer modes, you'll need to bring your energy and your rhythm if you want to master these moves.

We Cheer 2 - Nintendo Wii
We Cheer 2 - Nintendo Wii

Addictive Gameplay - In We Cheer 2 players dance as part of the ultimate cheer team as you lose yourself in the music and the moves. Follow the challenging routines, pulling off a flawless performance to earn ever higher point totals, unlock new stages, moves, songs, outfits and more as you compete to win the top spot. You might think you can stop any time, but once you get into the groove, you won't quit until you've perfected your routine as Captain of the squad.

Limitless Customization - Turn up the cuteness factor. Now you can customize any of more than 40 male and female characters to create your perfect team. Customize your character's features, including hair, eyes, eyebrows, lips, skin tone and face art. Complete the look with all new tops, bottoms, shoes and accessories. You can even customize your entire squad.

Interactive Pompoms - Get ready to shake your pompoms as you jump, kick and dance to the routines. Wave your Wii Remotes like pompoms and perform full-body dance moves and cheers using the brightly colored on-screen trace lines as a guide.

Challenging Modes - Choose your mode and your level of difficulty to suit your skills. Learn the basics in Training Mode, work up a sweat in Exercise Mode, lead your team to the championship in Championship Mode or grab up to 3 of your friends and compete to see who has mastered the moves.

A New Soundtrack - We Cheer 2 features a brand new soundtrack of 30 chart-topping, family-friendly hits that will get you energized and ready to cheer.

 

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All Star Cheer Squad For The Nintendo Wii - All Star Cheer Squad is more than just a dance game which captures the fun and action from the Cheer world. Players

In All Star Cheer Squad, players follow a year in the life of a cheerleader, learning new cheers, participating in practices and creating their own routines in the hopes of making the squad and eventually becoming its captain. The high-energy gameplay includes squad competitions and one-on-one cheer-offs, where players will use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to perform dozens of real-world cheer and dance moves.

In order to ensure that All Star Cheer Squad has the latest cheer action and top routines, world-renowned cheerleading choreographer Tony G, best known for his work in the "Bring It On" movies, has signed on as chief consultant for the game.

All Star Cheer Squad also incorporates use of the Wii Balance Board to get the player's entire body involved in the game and to add to the ultimate cheerleading experience.

Players can customize the look of their cheerleader and squad including body, facial features, hair and outfits.

The backstory that plays out in All Star Cheer revolves around player's attempts to make the 'Fox Squad' cheer roster. Although a top squad, they have suffered a tough setback when one of their top captains has been sidelined by injury. The show must go on though. The players goal in singleplayer modes is first to make the squad, later progressing up its ranks and finally putting what you've learned to good use as a choreographer.

All Star Cheer Squad - Nintendo Wii
All Star Cheer Squad - Nintendo Wii

Key Game Features:

-- 1-4 player support.

-- Use the Wii remote and nun-chuck to perform dozens of real-world cheer/dance moves.

-- Full body cheer experience using the Wii Balance Board (optional).

-- Compete and cooperate in squad and one-on-one cheer-offs.

-- Customize the look of your team including facial features, hair, style & color, make-up and outfits.

-- Learn new moves and choreograph your own cheer routines to music.

-- Grow your all-star squad to be the best and lead them to the championship as Cheer Captain.

Gameplay within All Star Cheer Squad consists of players mimicking the stream of on-screen prompts, representing individual moves within a cheer routine, and accumulating points according to their accuracy.

Action is registered through the use of various controllers. Ideally the game simulates a the range of body motion - both upper and lower - that a cheerleader utilizes. With this in mind, to take advantage of the game's full potential players should use both the combination of a Wii Remote with attached Nunchuck controller for upper body movement, and a Wii Balance Board for lower body movement. But this configuration is not mandatory for play. A Wii Remote with Nunchuck will suffice.

Play options consist of:

Singleplayer

Singleplayer action in All Star Cheer Squad comes in two varieties: Quick play and Career Mode.

Quickplay is a standard tutorial mode where players can practice basic and not so basic moves that will come in handy regardless of the player's experience and comfort level with the Wii Remote, Nunchuck and the Wii Balance Board.

Career Mode on the other hand contains the lion's share of the singleplayer experience as well as the storyline of the game. As players begin this mode they choose the gender and basic customization options of their character like initial attire, facial features, etc. From there they are introduced to the current members of Fox Squad. Considered as an unproven rookie the players must try out and make the squad to gain respect and a spot on the team. If successful more advanced routines and moves as well as unique custom items will be unlocked, which will earn you credibility and provide the opportunity to move up in the hierarchy of the squad, eventually all the way to captain.

Multiplayer - All Star Cheer Squad supports 2-4 players either cooperative or competitive multiplayer. Team up and work together as a unit and the goal is to get the highest overall routine score as a squad by following the on-screen prompts as you face down a bevy of AI supplied competition. As squads progress through the mode, moves routines and their synchronization with music become more and more difficult, complex and frantic. Players who instead choose to go the route of competitive multiplayer face off against friends in a versus mode where not only do they need to follow the in-game prompts, to hope to win in a tight battle they must shoot for perfect execution of moves. String together three perfect moves and your team receives a 'call out." These can be used to add points to your score, trip up the opposing cheer line when their turn comes, protect your own line in this case. Whichever team has the highest score at the end of the game wins.

Any way you choose to play it All Star Cheer Squad is an aspirational game that captures the fun and action of the real life Cheer world. Immerse yourself in the creativity, customization, style and teamwork All Star Cheer Squad.

And don't forget to Bring it on!

 

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    • reflectionhaiku profile image

      reflectionhaiku 5 years ago

      My daughter is checking out your excellent lens - she is a cheerleader and is excited to find out there is a Wii game dedicated to cheerleaders! Thanks for creating this lens as well as your blessings-

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      Kiwisoutback 6 years ago from Massachusetts

      I bought a Wii earlier this year and have loved every minute of it. It definitely helps you unwind. The thing I like about the Wii is it combines the best of the old and new into one system, plus there are so many innovations.

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      Andy 6 years ago from London, England

      These look interesting. I used to write computer games for the BBC Micro when I was at school (I even sold some) but nothing like this, just the usual shoot-em-up style. Things have changed so much.

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      Tony Payne 6 years ago from Southampton, UK

      @Spook LM: Me too. Even the old Sinclair and BBC Micro only came out when my son was small. Arcade games like Space Invaders came out when I graduated from University.

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      Spook LM 6 years ago

      Only wish we had this way back then.

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