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. Konami, who has made a killing with their Dance Dance Revolution music/rhythm games, has decided to make the next obvious move.
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: 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. Dance Dance Revolution has spawned many incarnations, but all have exchanged the traditional hand-eye coordination for eye-foot.
Excerpt: Karaoke Revolution review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com Considering that just about everyone that’s reading this site doesn’t live under a rock, you’re probably aware of the runaway hit that is American Idol and the numerous knockoffs. Whether it’s on a TV show or in a karaoke bar, someone’s looking to become the next pop star trying to sell a million CDs. So is it any wonder that the latest title in the rhythm game genre would capitalize on this craze?
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