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Karaoke Revolution Volume 2
6.6 out of 10

Karaoke Revolution Volume 2

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Karaoke Revolution Volume 2

Game Over Online
24 August 2015
  • Excerpt: First, there was a drunken phenomenon that swept the world. Then came the plague to a parent’s phone bill, American Idol. It was only a matter of time before the vocal invasion came to video game consoles.
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Overall 9
8.9

PS2 Review - 'Karaoke Revolution Volume 2'

WorthPlaying
19 October 2004
  • Excerpt: Genre: Simulation Publisher: Konami Developer: Harmonix Release Date: July 13, 2004 Buy 'KARAOKE REVOLUTION VOL. 2': PlayStation 2 Nightlife in the U.S. is almost nonexistent, as it's rare to find places that are open around the clock.
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Overall 8
8.0

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TheStar.com
13 August 2004
  • Excerpt: It may be hard to imagine PS2 gamers doing the cheesy, schmaltzy Karaoke thing, but, truth be known, Karaoke is fun in that self deprecating and/or humiliated-your-friends sort of way. To wit: it's a natural and quite quintessential "party game."
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Overall 8
8.0

Karaoke Revolution Volume 2

Evergeek
13 August 2004
  • Excerpt: It may be hard to imagine PS2 gamers doing the cheesy, schmaltzy Karaoke thing, but, truth be known, Karaoke is fun in that self deprecating and/or humiliated-your-friends sort of way. To wit: it's a natural and quite quintessential "party game."
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Review: Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 (PS2)

Diehard GameFAN
9 August 2004
  • Excerpt: Okay, Konami has officially supplied me with a new addiction involving music. The first game in the form of a mock-dancing game. And now, it’s singing really badly to popular songs! I don’t know HOW they do it!
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Overall 8
7.9

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GamingNexus
28 July 2004
  • Summary: Get a couple of Japanese business men in suits together, put some Sake on the table, put on some Culture Club on the background, hand them a mic and you’ve got yourself the best entertainment that $20 can buy. Konami was able to successfully recreate that atmosphere at home with its excellent .
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