EA Turns The Living Room Into A Stage With Boogie Superstar For Wii

October 15, 2008


Girls Sing and Dance Their Way to
Stardom in the Hottest New Music Game

The Casual Entertainment Label of
Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ:ERTS) provides tween girls with the ultimate
superstar experience with this week’s release of Boogie™ SuperStar, exclusively
for the Wii™. Boogie SuperStar shipped on October 14 in North America and
Canada, and will be available October 16 in Asia and October 17 in Europe. Girls
around the world will have a blast singing and dancing their way to stardom,
performing today’s hottest music hits.

“Boogie SuperStar provides girls
worldwide with a gaming experience that is truly for them,” said Russell Arons,
Vice President of Marketing, EA Casual Entertainment. “We listened to what girls
wanted in a music game and aimed to provide those elements with Boogie SuperStar
including total character customization, today’s most popular songs, engaging
game play, and the ability to play with their friends.”

Girls can rock out to Boogie
SuperStar, performing real dance moves using the Wii Remote™ or singing their
favorite songs into the microphone. They can select their favorite songs made
famous by popular artists such as Natasha Bedingfield, the game’s featured
spokesperson, as well as Rihanna, Fergie, Katy Perry, The Jonas Brothers, Maroon
5, Leona Lewis, Alicia Keys, Good Charlotte, Britney Spears, Kanye West, Emily
Osment, Metro Station, and many more. In addition to the nearly 40 songs
available on the North American version, more than 25 additional songs are
available on the International version of the game, giving girls the choice to
perform hit songs made famous by local European artists.

In Boogie SuperStar, players are
discovered by a team of judges and whisked away to a secret island, where they
learn the coolest dance moves and show off their singing and dancing skills in
the ultimate competition, the Boogie Star Show! Girls can perform with a friend,
competing as a team in the Boogie Star Show, or, they can compete against one
another with as many as four players. As girls improve and win Boogie Star
Shows, they are able to unlock exciting treasures, such as new outfits, new
dance moves, and more of their favorite songs, on the way to achieving SuperStar