Surprisingly, this little Wii game that requires you to twist and shout to a collection of 32 songs doesn't include the Lady Gaga cluc classic of the same name, but it still manages to embrace that most fundamental attribute of all the best Wii party games: encouraging you to shake yourself about like a marionette on uppers.
It's good family fun and you can pick it up for just under £15 at Amazon, saving you over £2.50 on the nearest competitor over at 101cd and its affiliates.
Now you might be thinking that turning up the stereo to 11 and jumping around without holding an albino tv remote might be infinitely cheaper than this option, and you'd be right. There's no real sense of progression, no unlockables, and the control system is inaccurate to say the least. Technically this game should be a massive dud, but somehow there's a glimmer of fun in there.
You can only really see it by abandoning scepticism - trust me it helps if you have a younger brother, sister or cousin - but there is fun to be had if you really throw yourself into it and make the most of what's there. It'll never be a classic, but it makes a nice change from Scrabble on a rainy day and makes for a great little bit of exercise too.
Thanks to kamen at HUKD