We Sing Robbie Williams

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Rhythm
Publisher: Nordic Games
Release Date: Oct. 2010

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'We Sing Robbie Williams' (Wii) - New Screens

by Rainier on Sept. 27, 2010 @ 2:00 a.m. PDT

We Sing Robbie Williams will feature 25 tracks from the chart-topping artist, which will be accompanied by all the original videos making it a true celebration of the British born, multimillion selling pop star.

We Sing Robbie Williams embodies the popstar's musical journey firmly establishing the We Sing as the leading singing game on the market. It features 25 tracks from the chart-topping artist, accompanied by all the original videos making it a true celebration of the British born, multimillion selling pop star.

The game will also include footage from Robbie Williams' 2003 Knebworth concert and a photo gallery and a bonus single which will be announced in coming weeks. Other features include Solo, Party, Karaoke and Jukebox modes, singing lessons, in-game awards and eight different multiplayer modes.


The full tracklisting is as follows:

  • Old Before I Die (1997/Life Thru A Lens)
  • Angels (1997/Life Thru A Lens)
  • Let Me Entertain You (1998/Life Thru A Lens)
  • No Regrets (1998/I've Been Expecting You)
  • Strong (1998/I've Been Expecting You)
  • She's The One (1998/I've Been Expecting You)
  • Rock DJ (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • Kids (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • Supreme (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • Let Love Be Your Energy (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • The Road To Mandalay (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • Eternity (2000/Sing When You're Winning)
  • Somethin' Stupid (2001/Swing When You're Winning)
  • Beyond The Sea (2001/Swing When You're Winning)
  • Mr Bojangles (2001/Swing When You're Winning)
  • Feel (2003/Escapology)
  • Come Undone (2003/Escapology)
  • Something Beautiful (2003/Escapology)
  • Sexed Up (2003/Escapology)
  • Radio (2004/Greatest Hits)
  • Tripping (2005/Intensive Care)
  • Advertising Space (2005/Intensive Care)
  • Bodies (2009/Reality Killed The Video Star)
  • You Know Me (2009/Reality Killed The Video Star)
  • Morning Sun Reality (2009/Killed The Video Star)

Robbie Williams started his career at the tender age of 16 when he joined Take That as a dancer and singer. He left the group in 1995 to go solo. He has sold 57 million albums (including over a million copies of his last record, 'Reality Killed The Video Star' in the UK alone), 11 million singles, and has had seven UK No.1 albums making him the biggest selling solo artist in the UK. Earlier this year he picked up the Outstanding Contribution To Music BRIT Award.

EMI and Nordic Games are working to tie in the release of the game with his definitive greatest hits album, In And Out Of Consciousness: The Greatest Hits 1990-2010 scheduled for release in October 2010.


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