The Disney Sing It series has previously covered the tunes of High School Musical, Hannah Montana and a range of pop hits.
Now the company returns to its roots in Disney Sing It: Family Hits, giving fans a chance to belt out classics from its back catalogue of songs spanning 60 years.
For the first time, consumers can select from 20 different Disney classics. Each comes with a video, be it a film montage or original footage from the movies.
Fan favourites that are ready to be either glorified or butchered by players include songs from classics like The Jungle Book, Mary Poppins, Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, Lady and the Tramp and 101 Dalmatians.
More recent favourites are also present from The Lion King, Aladdin, The Little Mermaid, Toy Story, Cars, Monsters Inc, A Bug’s Life and even Disney’s latest effort, The Princess and the Frog.
Players who lack the talent need not panic as the game features vocal tips from The Princess and the Frog’s Anika Noni Rose.
Lessons designed to improve even the most painful of voices include basic voice instructions, microphone technique and how to hit a variety of difficult notes.
Fans can sing together in a duet, head-to-head battle and an eight-player family mode.
The Sing It Encore Mode allows the more experimental vocalists to watch performances back and manipulate their voices, making them higher, lower or even robotic.
Arriving weeks earlier than Family Hits is Disney Sing It: Party Hits, a title that replaces Disney classics with current party tunes and pop anthems.
Songs and videos from Camp Rock 2 and the Jonas Brothers feature alongside other chart regulars including the Black Eyed Peas, Jordan Sparks, Owl City, Paramore, Selena Gomez, One Republic, Ashley Tisdale and Justin Bieber.
The teen singer Demi Lovato will provide the in-game training, ranging from breathing and pitch exercises to harmonising techniques.
Both of these titles are set to establish themselves as successful entries in the Sing It franchise. With songs spanning from the Disney film classics in Family Hits to the sing-a-long chart-toppers seen in Party Hits, the firm is sure to please its millions of fans by catering to two different – but massively popular – musical tastes.