Summary: yo what can i say i picked this one up the other day & nookie was fixin himself a po' boy sanwich. meanwhile i took the vitamin. next he catches me salavatin on his pb so i stepped off. next thing we know wez all chillin round the pstwo rollin out rhymes like geometric shapes sippin 40s while them parakeetz they was alseep, they didn't even know we was in da house. funny nookie dont even like to rhyme. nor didhe see me took a bite outta his po' boy sanwich!!
Summary: This game is garbage. I can't believe I thought it would actually be good and I bought it, but that's just my own stupidity. Half the songs on here could be replaced by much better, classic rap songs. The game is terrible at judging the words you say and even if you're on beat or not. Maybe it's more fun and better to the average music listener, but you'd think in order to make a game like this, they would have gotten real rap experts' input. Another thing, WAY too easy.
Summary: Get On Da Mic is the hip-hop version of Karaoke Revolution, just with too many faults. When I first rented the game, I thought it would be an excellent game, fulfilling the dreams of upcoming rap stars. However, as I progressed, I learnt that the game is too short and there are not enough songs to choose from.
Summary: The idea of rapping along with famous people appealed to me since I first heard of this game. Now that I've bought it I'm feeling buyer's remorse to the max. I like rap as much as the next guy, but after 2 and a half hours I have seen everything this game has to offer. The microphone can't actually understand the words you're saying, and you can actually get higher scores by mumbling than by actually learning the song. THIS DEFEATS THE ENTIRE PURPOSE OF THE GAME.
Summary: My wife and I recently had a birthday party for our 13 year old son. Among the gifts he received was a copy of "Get on Da Mic". At first we didn't know what to think and were concerned about the rap content being offensive etc. you can't be too careful these days. Once my wife and I checked it out the kids had a chance to play the game and the entire party spent the next three hours completely entertained and laughing hysterically. What a fantastic concept.
Summary: Just had to pick this up when I saw the song list...it's got All the heavies, Dre, Tupac, Biggie, Snoop, Missy, on and on. The game did a decent job of scoring your performance, while it can't figure out which word you're saying (neither can Karaoke Rev.) it can tell if you're rapping in the right place. Apparently you can cheat by mumbling or rubbing the mike with your hand, but if that's your thing then maybe this game isn't for you.
Summary: GET ON DA MIC is the first pure rap karaoke game especially one that features unbelieveable music from some of today's hottest artists. You get hits like "Hypnotize (Notorious B.I.G.)", "Beautiful (Snoop Dogg)", "The Jump Off (Lil Kim & Mr. Cheeks)", "Hey Mama (Black Eyed Peas)", and "Jesus Walks" (Kanye West)" just to name a few. MTV host Sway is featured.
Excerpt: This game had so much potential to be great - I think it failed to be a success like Singstar.. I saw this when I was looking for a new computer and I thought it looked really cool - it was on a display shelf in a box, displayed at the front of the shop on a tower of boxes full of Get On Da Mic (I guess that should have told me that it wasn't the best game - it wasn't exactly flying off the shelves..) Anyway, I got home and continued thinking about it..
Pros: Some Songs that you know
Cons: Many songs I didn't know, very fast at times and gets boring quickly
Summary: Hallo an alle fleißigen Leser Heute kommt von mir ein kurzer Bericht über ein Musikspiel für Playstation 2 Genauer gesagt handelt es sich um Get on da Mic Freigegeben ab 0 Jahre Geeignet ist das Spiel für Anfänger Hersteller : Eidos Info Telefon : 01908-39582 Zum Spiel : Get on da Mic Hallo ihr lieben . Heute mal wieder ein Bericht über ein Partyspiel . Du willst Rappen ? dann bist du bei Get on da Mic genau richtig . im Spiel kannst du 40 Songs zum besten geben .