Excerpt: "...transferable to all of the SingStar games so you do only need to buy them once. === The microphones === The microphones can be wireless or with wires that plug into your console. We have the wireless ones as they just make it easier so you don't have wires trailing across the floor and it's easier to pass them around to various people if you are singing with a group/at a party. There are only two microphones as this game is really designed to just ...
Pros: Fun, interactive, good for a party, lots of choice
Conclusion: I have not had much chance to play this but I have had the previous games and enjoyed everything about them and that's coming from someone who cant really sing. The new game is pretty much the same as other but with much better tracks, if you are new to singstar you would enjoy a karaoke style gameplay that actually judges your voice on how well you sing unlike Lips which just seems to give you a perfect score for just singing along.
Conclusion: This went down a treat last night when i took it to a friend's house. We got nearly 3 hours of play out of it. It has some really well known songs on it and more up-to-date stuff which I love. Big thumbs up to Pop Edition, don't think i'll be getting bored of this anytime soon.
Conclusion: "I currently have a PS2 and about 8 singstar games (addict!) and looking to upgrade to a PS3. Can anyone advise if you have to change the discs on the PS3 or can you save the songs to your hard drive? Cheers Dave" - Dave if you purchase a 60GB PS3 (which are backward compatibility) i know that you can just simply hit the select button on the controller and insert one of ure old singstar (PS2) discs.
Conclusion: I currently have a PS2 and about 8 singstar games (addict!) and looking to upgrade to a PS3. Can anyone advise if you have to change the discs on the PS3 or can you save the songs to your hard drive?