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I’ve only sparingly heard of this before. But apparently, there are Singstar parties happening all around the nation. People from far and wide gather in groups to huddle around their Playstation to sing, dance, remember that they’re not scored on dancing and get back to singing. I’ve only known one Singstarian in the past and she was from the Land Down Under, so I dismissed this as an international fad in a country known for backwards delays withholding them from the true thrill of the Rock Ba...1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
(This review is from my own blog and podcast)The original SingStar was released on the PS2 in May 2004 to generally positive reviews. It was praised for its easy accessibility, versatile track list and multitude of gaming modes, but also criticised for the very specific nature of its note chart. While it followed the model of a classic karaoke machine, the double-edged sword of its points-scoring nature meant that songs had to be sung in a set manner, allowing you to see exactly how well you wer...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
Sing Star for the PS3 follows closely to its PS2 brothers and sisters in its mechanics, in fact it didn't change at all. Thats all right though because if your like me and own every possible singing game thats available in the world tehn you already know Sing Star has the best singing mechanics available without going to word recognition. The best part about the system is that while being very easy to pick up and play for beginners (or a bunch of drunk folk at a party!) it offers a good bit of c...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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