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Karaoke Revolution Party
7.1* out of 10

Karaoke Revolution Party

Grab your friends, plug in the mics, and get the party started! Read more

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Overall 9
8.6

PS2 Review - 'Karaoke Revolution Party'

WorthPlaying
25 December 2005
  • Excerpt: Genre: Party/Rhythm Publisher: Konami Developer: Harmonix Release Date: November 8, 2005 Buy 'KARAOKE REVOLUTION PARTY': Xbox | GameCube | PlayStation 2 Karaoke Revolution Party is the fourth installment in the Karaoke Revolution series, which has reigned the genre for years and is only now coming...
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Review: Karaoke Revolution Party (PS2)

Diehard GameFAN
23 November 2005
  • Excerpt: Before I start this review off, I’d like to say, simply, Godspeed Eddie, you will be missed. Nothing else I could possibly say otherwise hasn’t been said by other people here, and much better than I could say it. You were one of the most entertaining human beings who ever lived.
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Overall 10
9.5

Karaoke Revolution Party

Playstation Illustrated
22 November 2005
  • Excerpt: Karaoke Revolution Party looks good, just as the previous iterations have looked. The characters you can choose from (all new selections, by the way) are all modeled nicely. The new features this go round are the extreme customizability for your characters.
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Overall 9
8.6
Gameplay 9
8.6
Graphics 7
6.5
Sound 9
8.9
Control 9
8.8
Addiction 9
9.1

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
16 November 2005
  • Excerpt: The core gameplay is almost identical to last year's game, other than the fact that you can now choose any song and venue right out of the gate. New items and songs are unlocked based on how many platinum albums you've gotten, and not by clearing a specific "area" like previous games.
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Overall 7
7.0

[Mini-Review] Karaoke Revolution Party

TotalPlayStation.com
14 November 2005
  • Conclusion: Great variety in song types, but the same old issue of actually knowing and liking the songs inside and out stands. The game lives up to the Party moniker if used in those situations, but as a single-player experience, it's a bit weak.
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