Win when you’re singing with the We Sing Robbie Williams game, out now!

Win when you’re singing with the We Sing Robbie Williams game, out now!   

Wii karaoke-style game featuring 26 Robbie Williams hits is out now!      

Nordic Games is delighted to announce that We Sing Robbie Williams, the latest addition to the We Sing range of karaoke-style games for the Wii, is out today.

We Sing Robbie Williams celebrates one of the nation’s greatest performers. It gives fans the chance to sing along to 26 of his chart-topping hits, including most recent single Shame along with favourites Angels, Let Me Entertain You, Feel, Rock DJ and She’s The One, each accompanied by the original videos.

We Sing Robbie Williams also includes footage from Robbie Williams’ 2003 Knebworth concert and a photo gallery. Other features include Solo, Party, Karaoke and Jukebox modes, singing lessons, in-game awards and eight different multiplayer modes.

Unlike any other singing game on the market the We Sing range of games (We Sing, We Sing Encore and now We Sing Robbie Williams), support up to four players singing at any one time, making it the ultimate game to get any party going.

We Sing Robbie Williams for the Wii is out now. To listen to the tracklist on Spotify click here.

Photos from the recent launch event can be viewed and tagged by clicking here

Robbie Williams started his career at the tender age of 16 when he joined Take That. 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.

We Sing Robbie Williams for the Wii is out now.

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