Conclusion: Overall, this is a competent release, one that stands or falls on the quality of its track listing. If you like the songs on offer this represents excellent value for money, if they are not all your cup of tea then you should probably think twice before splashing out.
Excerpt: Singstar has yet to amass the type of popularity in the United States as it has in Europe. So it's no wonder Sony's karaoke franchise has had 14 games show up on the PlayStation 2 in a mere 4 years of existence, five of which have hit American shelves thus far. Singstar 90s is the latest game to arrive in North America, and it continues to carry the quality of the franchise in full.
Conclusion: With another SingStar title under their belt, Sony’s flair for the casual seen and the PlayStation 2 console still continues to press on. For those who have already purchase previous versions, picking up this title will allow you to continue to jam on with friends and family. For newcomers, this title may not be high on your list, but when you have company at your house, you would definitely have something to break the ice.
Conclusion: The sound quality is top-notch, as it should be for a game of this nature, and the visuals are as you’d expect. It’s a very basic game in structure but works exactly as it should. The quality of the music videos is impressive, given some of the original materials are likely not in the best of shape. It’s sure going to be nice to see these videos in HD once the series hits the PlayStation 3 in North America.