(Wii)

Game Profile

The Samba-inspired rhythm music game made popular in arcades and on the Dreamcast is shaking its way exclusively onto the Wii!

Grab your friends and shake the Wii controllers like maracas to the beat in a variety of crazy environments full of zany characters and colorful single and multiplayer modes that keep the party going. With a lively Samba-infused soundtrack packed with over 40 songs and additional downloadable tunes – Samba De Amigo is perfect for gamers of all ages.

Features:

  • The Samba-infused soundtrack features over 40 upbeat, festive favorites from the original game, plus many new tunes including some current pop favorites
  • Fun for two players in both competitive and co-op multiplayer modes.
  • Using the Wii’s online capabilities, download new songs to keep the beat going strong.
  • Ability to play with either a Wii Remote and a Nunchuk or two Wii Remotes for untethered freedom.
  • Multiple game modes including Career, Single-Player, Multiplayer, Training, and Records.
  • Special modes expand gameplay with Quick Play, Classic, Battle, Survival, Hustle and Mini-Games.
  • Special SEGA Levels include beloved characters from past SEGA games.
  • High scores can be uploaded to global leaderboards and compared against all friendslist.

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Anthony Dickens

Amigo and Linda crack out the maracas, it's time to Samba!

It's a fact that summer is now over, it's getting colder outside and the clocks are going back. However SEGA want to change all that, releasing Samba de Amigo we can cling onto that summer atmosphere allowing us all to samba all winter long.Samba de Amigo...

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User Comments (1)

KnucklesSonic8

#1

KnucklesSonic8 said:

Great game, yes, but patient gamers will enjoy it the most.
I really wish they'd support DLC more, too... They could've had some great additions such as songs/remixes from SEGA franchises... :(

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