We Sing Pop! Track List & Trailer Released

Nordic Games release a brand new launch trailer showing off the upcoming Sing Sim, exclusively released for the Wii.

Do you harbor dreams of being the next loser of XFactor to get a multi-platinum selling album, like JLS or One Direction? Well, the first step on that spiralling road to ego-fuelled self-destruction and branded condoms is embracing your ability to sing good pop songs, and the best way to do that in the privacy of your own home is through Sing Sims like the We Sing! franchise. The latest karaoke-like title to land will be We Sing Pop! which will be released on the 23rd March, exclusively for Wii, and which boasts 23 UK numbers ones within its 30 track list, from artists including Adele, Jessie J and Florence + The Machine. Here's the launch trailer: http://youtu.be/OSi-QkP4SXk And here is the full track-list: Adele €“ €œRolling in the Deep€ Bruno Mars €“ €œJust the Way You Are€ Coldplay €“ €œClocks€ Cyndi Lauper €“ €œGirls Just Want to Have Fun€ Enrique Iglesias €“ €œHero€ Fergie €“ €œBig Girls Don€™t Cry€ Flo Rida ft. David Guetta €“ €œClub Can€™t Handle Me€ Florence + the Machine €“ €œDog Days Are Over€ Hanson €“ €œMMMBop€ Jason Mraz €“ €œI€™m Yours€ Jessie J €“ €œNobody€™s Perfect€ Kelis €“ €œMilkshake€ Lady Gaga €“ €œBad Romance€ Lady Gaga €“ €œBorn This Way€ Nelly Furtado €“ €œI€™m Like A Bird€ Nicole Scherzinger €“ €œDon€™t Hold Your Breath€ Outkast €“ €œHey Ya!€ Owl City €“ €œFireflies€ Peter Andre ft. Bubbler Ranx €“ €œMysterious Girl€ Pussycat Dolls €“ €œWhen I Grow Up€ Rihanna €“ €œDon€™t Stop the Music€ Scissor Sisters €“ €œI Don€™t Feel Like Dancin€ Sonny & Cher €“ €œI Got You Babe€ The Killers €“ €œWhen You Were Young€ Tinie Tempah ft. Eric Turner €“ €œWritten in the Stars€ Vanilla Ice €“ €œIce Ice Baby€ Village People €“ €œY.M.C.A.€ Wet Wet Wet €“ €œLove Is All Around€ Wham! €“ €œI€™m Your Man€ Wretch 32 ft. Example €œUnorthodox€ So go on, don't be shy. Who knows, this time next year it could be you waiting for a phonecall from one of Simon Cowell's lackeys to invite you through to the next televised round of XFactor. Probably not though, to be fair.
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