High School Musical Video Game Franchise Ships 2 Million Copies

Posted: Nov 9 2007, 8:22am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:46am CDT, in News | Gaming

High School Musical Video Game Franchise Ships 2 Million Copies
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Disney interactive Studios announced today that with the release of the new game in the High School Musical series called “High School Musical: Sing It” the franchise has shipped over 2 million games based on the show.

The Wii version of High School Musical: Sing It will debut on November 13. Game play allows players to sing favorite songs from the movie with their favorite characters with three play modes.

The three play modes include story mode for one or two players, party mode for up to eight players and quick play mode. The game is rated E for everyone and includes a Logitech microphone bundled with the game. The Wii version retails for $59.99 and the PS2 version sells for $39.99.

Via Disney

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