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|Release date(s)|| NA August 7, 2007|
AUS August 30, 2007
EU August 31, 2007
|Mode(s)||Single-player, Multiplayer (2), Co-op (2)|
|Input methods||Wii Remote + Nunchuk, USB Microphone|
Players dance, sing and create music videos with Boogie, a videogame party package that takes advantage of the innovative Wii controls getting gamers off their couch and playing to a new beat. Not only do gamer belt out their favorite tunes or dancing to the latest hit songs, players catch their best dance moves, record their own voice and make music videos with the easy-to-use music video creator. Fun mini-games, co-op gameplay, head-to-head dance battles and karaoke party make Boogie a complete entertainment package for gamers of all ages.
Boogie uses the VP6 video codec, common in Electronic Arts' titles, causing its videos to have vertical line artifacts and other glitches on NVIDIA graphics cards. The Software Render will display VP6 video correctly, but is typically too slow. VP6 rendering also reacts poorly to the Force Texture Filtering enhancements (and Anisotropic Filtering on NVIDIA), causing further scrambling.
Glitches occur with menus unless External Frame Buffer is enabled. XFB=Virtual will work. Fixed with Hybrid XFB in.
No configuration changes are known to affect compatibility for this title.
The graph below charts the compatibility with Boogie since Dolphin'srelease, listing revisions only where a compatibility change occurred.
This title has been tested on the environments listed below:
|Windows 7||Intel Core i5-3570K @ 3.8GHz||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760||Has minor issues with video artifacts and requires XFB. Actual gameplay works perfectly. Video artifacts can be avoided by using an AMD video card.||JMC47|