The Fallen Angel with a broken Wing "I Cry Ou..., Amazon
1 October 2011
Summary: I'm giving this 4 stars only bcuz I thought my Singstar mics would work with this but apparent you have to buy a separate Logitech headset but thankfully I found a microphone here on Amazon cuz I didn't like the idea of having to wear a headset.
Summary: Being a Dance Dance Revolution Fan, I had already decided I would get this game when it was announced, despite the fact that I don't listen to American music all that much. I was a little afraid that I wouldn't know most of the songs anyway.
Summary: I think this game is one of the best gifts I've ever received! I've owned 2 different, expensive CD+G karaoke players in the past. You actually end up having to spend quite a bit of money to set those players up.
Summary: This game is a lot of fun for people (like me) who enjoy karaoke, or making a fool of themself. The funny thing is, I was professionally trained as a singer, and I still had a hard time getting good scores.
Summary: This is obviously my favorite game. I went to my friends house and he invited me to do it. I kicked his butt in it. And since then, I had it added to my Christmas list. Pros: ~you can mumble or hum the words ~sparkling bars give you a "crowd boost" ~30+ songs, a few I know Cons: ~have to sing EXACT...
Summary: Although I'm not the greatest, I've been singing my entire life, on my own and in organized groups in school and such. Since leaving school, there's been little opportunity for me to sing, other than in my car and in the shower at least!
Summary: If you like singing get this because it'll be lots of fun. One of the makers of the game is Harmonix, the people that made amplitude. If you're wondering about how to pass a level or what modes are there then here are some answers.