THQ announced today that it is bringing the first ever cheerleading game to the Nintendo Wii and DS game systems. THQ says that All Star Cheer Squad will allow players to immerse themselves in the world of competitive cheerleading.
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The game allows players to create their team and customize the team’s style and teamwork. THQ says this is its first game designed exclusively for girls. "With the explosive growth of the girls gaming market in recent years due to the continued success of Wii and DS, our ongoing goal is to stay at the cutting edge of that success by bringing a brand new property for this segment to these popular systems," said Jim Huntley, director of global brand management, THQ. "We're thrilled to introduce All Star Cheer Squad to the industry as a triple-a title that will get players involved in the action of what it takes to be an all star as well as make up their own unique cheer routines."
The game lets players follow a year in the life of a cheerleader as they learn new cheers, practice and create their own routines making their way from try-outs to becoming captain of the squad. THQ says the Wii Remote and Nunchuk will allow players to perform real cheer moves. Pompoms and a short skirt not included.
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