Come October, EA is hoping to make good on last year's promising, but ultimately panned, dance-and-karaoke game, Boogie, with the Wii-exclusive sequel, Boogie Superstars. With none of the previous game's variously-colored animal-like "Boogs" in sight (remember the orange, disco-suit-wearing mascot? Yeah, me too), Superstars looks to bring the human characters to the forefront. The main story mode has you choosing from about a dozen templated tween characters, customizing him or her with a unique wardrobe, and then taking your chosen one to a special song-and-dance training facility. The goal is, of course, to get good enough to participate in, and ultimately win, Boogie's version of American Idol.