Summary: Anemic song selection, clumsy user interface, just a disappointing product all around! I bought this for my young preteen daughter. I was surprised to see that their song library lacked such mainstream artists such as Taylor Swift, Megan Trainor, Katy Perry, etc.
Summary: It's a cool game, fun for small parties. But you will tire of the songs quickly, unless you start buying additional songs. And I guess that's really the point. The game designers wanted you to pay a little for this game and then spend a lot on the songs.
Summary: Not only does this game require a proprietary switch instead of simply using simple USB headsets like most modern music games. While co-op singing is allowed, the song setup is mis-mashed, and DRM locks down any songs you buy to be a one-time-only use for those files.
Summary: The idea for Singstar is a great one. You get a slew of contemporary music videos that you can sing along to with friends in various methods of competition or cooperation. It's not a new concept -- it's been done with Karaoke Revolution and, to some degree, Rock Band.
Summary: When advertised as a karaoke sing along game, I am looking for three basic functions: 1. key (pitch) is changeable for every song to suit people with different vocal ranges; 2. vocal accompany should be able to be toggled on/off by a single button press; 3.
Summary: What can I say that hasn't already been said? Over the years I have built a collection of singstar games, so when I saw this one was out I couldnt wait to play it as it was more current with the song choice with songs the younger members of our family could relate to.