Reviews and Problems with Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol
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Bad Microphone.....Great Game--<<Kids Review>>--
S. Killen "Kid", Amazon
18 December 2007
Summary: Me and my friend loved this game and we played all the time...we only had the one microphone(that came with the game). And then we stopped playing. And about a week later we tried playing it again and the microphone was all messed up... it would miss like half the notes like it was turning on and off. AWESOME game i think i just got a bad mic.
Summary: This game stinks. It was "a complete and utter disaster", as Simon would say. DO NOT waste your money on this game. You don't even get to sing. YOou just push buttons. pointless. i would go with the american idol kareoke revolution.With kareoke revolution, you actually sing into a mic.
Summary: I bought this game on a drunken lark (after consuming several adult bevvies after an evening nuddling with the noopsies at Lucky's Tavern) and I've played it more than a few times since. Bessie (my baboonish (and tone-deaf) bride) looooves the game since it ridiculously determines singing skill on how quickly you can click some arrows (and Bessie is a very quick click).
Summary: This game leads you to believe you can do "karoke" with it. However, your "voice" is controller operated. I guess you would have to be an "american idol" follower to appreciate this game. We bought it because my daughter loved karaoke revolution and the dance mat games. We're trading it in...
Summary: In this so-called karaoke game, you press controller buttons while you're supposed to sing. But the game really just depends on your controller, and doesn't grade your singing... The only advantage is this game has the music and virtual Simon, Paula, etc and a few live clips with Ryan.