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Game Description:Think you've got spirit? Then bring it on! We Cheer brings home the high-energy excitement of cheerleading. Your Wiimote becomes your pom-pom as you kick, flip, jump, and dance in a battle to make your squad number one. Give your cheerleader a winning look with customizable clothes and shoes, then take the stage. Back your routine with hit songs of the past and present from artists like Hillary Duff, Paramore, KC & The Sunshine Band, Boys Like Girls, and more. Compete to be squad captain in two-player Campaign Mode, stay in competition shape in single-player Exercise Mode, or see who tops the human pyramid in four-player Party Mode.
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    Posted: August 26, 2008

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