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Karaoke Revolution Volume 3
Game Over Online
14 February 2005
Excerpt: Initially, the transition over from drunken pastime to home entertainment was somewhat rocky…that is, until Karaoke Revolution came along. Instead of having to store some bulky machine, microphone stands and other singing accoutrements, gamers merely needed a headset or a USB mic to get their song on. Then came Karaoke Revolution 2, the sequel that provided additional tracks to perform with.
Excerpt: The graphics and sound have already been well defined and established by the previous Karaoke Revolution games. Karaoke Revolution Vol. 3 uses this as an opportunity to simply tweak the venues a bit and add some new singer models. The overall look and feel of Karaoke Revolution Vol. 3 is very polished and the sound effects are well done. The main draw of the game is, of course, the music. There are two ways to look at the music selection.
Excerpt: Konami and Harmonix are back on the scene with another new game in the Karaoke Revolution series. The third volume is hitting stores only four short months after the last installment was released. While that might seem like overkill to outsiders, another pack of songs to sing is a welcome addition for fans of the popular series. But Volume 3 isn't just a simple song pack, however.
Pros: Duet mode is a great new feature., Another batch of songs to sing.
Cons: Still only worth getting if you're already a fan of the series., Songs don't perfectly match the original recordings.