Excerpt: Since this is VGChartz' second review of a Singstar game, I'm only going to touch on the gameplay as we all know what's there. What I am going to do is review this as an add-on pack, since that is all Singstar: Queen really is.
Conclusion: It fares no better than the last PS3 SingStar release (save for perhaps offering a little more widespread appeal), and the PS3 version of the game simply shouldn't exist outside of the SingStore.
Summary: Although band-based multiplayer is still all the rage, no one has pure karaoke gaming nailed quite like SingStar. Stateside, the franchise has only been around for three years, but in Europe, it made the PlayStation 2 a hit with casual gamers way before Nintendo duct-taped two GameCubes together.
Pros: Offers an eclectic selection of greatest hits that have appeal for hardcore fans and casual Queen listeners.
Cons: Big gameplay feature is now available as DLC if you have another SingStar PS3 game., Why is this a standalone release, rather than a downloadable pack?
Conclusion: Beyond the track list, everything that makes the SingStar series so popular is present and correct; the slick menus, SingStore access, PS Eye functionality and a cast iron guarantee that it will perform the entertainment duties at a dinner party without batting an eyelid.
Excerpt: While I'll admit that I am not a huge fan of the band Queen, I can certainly appreciate the band and what they did for rock music. SingStar: Queen compiles 25 of the band's songs for the ultimate Queen experience.
Excerpt: With eighteen number one albums, eighteen number one singles and ten number one DVDs worldwide notched up under their belt, Queen is quite arguably one of the world’s most influential and successful rock bands.
Excerpt: One of the world's greatest rock bands finally arrives on Singstar that features 25 tracks from their varied career. Ladies and gentlemen, Queen have arrived on Singstar and it's time to belt out those notes as only Singstar fans can.