Excerpt: Karaoke is pretty much a polarized topic - you tend to know whether you enjoy it or not. If you're a fan, you know the joys of trying to sing your favorite songs in a public setting. If you aren't a fan, images of drunken bar patrons ruining your favorite songs probably dance in your head.
Pros: Allows you to karaoke at home, Great for parties, Scoring system and unlockables adds some layer of gameplay
Cons: Graphics are pretty lame, Must like karaoke or have some ability to sing to enjoy
Excerpt: Konami's Karaoke Revolution for the PlayStation 2 is the answer. For roughly $50 (the cost of the game and a compatible microphone), you can transform your PS2 into a karaoke machine. Talent is optional. And don't be surprised if parties break out when you invite friends over.
Excerpt: I have no singing talents whatsoever. You could talk to any person I know, and they would tell you I’m no Michael Jackson (is this the right time to bring him up?). Plus, Konami created such classics as the DDR and Metal Gear Solid series.
Summary: Are you a karaoke fan? If so, Konami has a game for you. Get a microphone and hook it up to your PlayStation 2 as you get set to sing to your favorite tunes in . Just make sure you’re alone if you have a really bad signing voice.
Excerpt: While games like Bust a Groove and Parappa the Rapper were significant, it was Konami's Bemani series of games that defined the rhythm genre — possibly the most recent, original video game genre to be founded.
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