Summary: AS ONE OF THE EARLIER REVIEWS MENTIONED, THE SET I RECEIVED ONLY CAME WITH ONE MICROPHONE. IN ADDITION, AFTER A COUPLE OF DAYS OF USE, THE MICROPHONE KEPT CUTTING OUT. MY CURRENT EXPERIENCE WITH LOGITECH AND TARGET.COM TO REPLACE MY MIKE HAS BEEN LESS THAN SUCCESSFUL. I HAVE HEARD OTHERS HAVE HAD SIMILIAR MICROPHONE EXPERIENCES.
Fun Fun Fun the first couple of times, but then...
5 January 2005
Summary: Now believe me. This game was just pure fun the first couple of times of playing it. Especially with friends. Everything seemed to be perfect. The mic worked just fine and so did everything else. I just had a blast. But after you beat the game it just seems to become a little less fun everytime you play it more. I mean the highest score you can get it 50,000. And I always want to beat that score but the problem is that is the highest score you can get.
Not as Good as the First Two Games in the Karaoke Series
The Z, Amazon
29 November 2004
Summary: First the good news: The new duet modes of play are the saving grace, or else I would have given this game less than 3 stars. The duet mode is designed to let you play either cooperatively as a team or compete against another player or team. Some songs have separate harmony and melody parts, and others have separate male and female parts. But most of them have only one part.