Rock Star Mickey Mouse Toy | Rock Star Mickey Review
Fisher Price takes Mickey to a new level for 2011 with the new Rock Star Mickey Mouse toy. This follow up to the 2010 Dance Star Mickey is showing new levels of skills, with fresh dancing moves and lots of singing too. He is smaller, with a much crisper voice for 2011, perfect for the vocals. The Rock Star Mickey is for preschoolers 2 years and older.
Rock Star Mickey mouse is looking like a rocker too. He is dressed to look like a superstar, with a striped T, black pants, and BIG red shoes. He accessorizes with shades and white gloves, you’ve got to admit he does look kinda cool!
His electric guitar is his signature piece, red, white and gold. His hands don’t move on it though, they are held in place against it. He does have an awesome move, the Mickety-Split, he ends songs with, where he plays the guitar with his nose.
With direct competition form Hasbro’s Rocking Elmo toy, this year is being dominated by the toddlers and what they love…Dancing and Music with plush favorites!
Rock Star Mickey Mouse vs Dance Star Mickey Mouse
- Dance Star Mickey was larger and more interactive than the new Rock Star Mickey Mouse toy. His goal was to get you up to dance, Rock star Mickey wants you to sing along.
- Dance Star Mickey was Larger at 15×12 inches and more plush. Rock Star Mickey is 13×8 inches.
- Dance Star Mickey sang a total of 6 songs, and Rock Star Mickey has 3 songs.
- One thing that has certainly improved is the voice. The Rock Star Mickey toy has a much better and clearer voice for singing.
Interactive Rock Star Mickey Toy
With the release of so many interactive toys, I was surprised by Mickey. He has phrases like, “First you gotta move your head” and also “then you have to tap your feet” to get kids involved, and his head bobs, his feet kick, and he has his signature move, but it still seems less interactive than I’d expect. To start singing with Mickey, simply press his foot, and kids can dance right along with him.
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Rock Star Mickey Review
Overall, the Rock Star Mickey Mouse toy does seem to be a fun toy, but I would be concerned about kids tiring of it. The music selection is limited, and he doesn’t truely direct young kids, who sometimes need specific instructions to follow along. If you do have a big Mickey Mouse fan, he would certainly be fun to hang out with. You can read more Rock Star Mickey Mouse Toy Reviews Here.