Reviews and Problems with SingStar: Legends (Solus)
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PS2 Review - 'SingStar Legends'
10 February 2009
Excerpt: Genre: Rhythm/Music Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Developer: SCEE London Release Date: November 4, 2008 It can be argued that the SingStar game series has quite possibly eclipsed Karaoke Revolution as being the most prolific music franchise on the PS2.
Excerpt: There is a good possibility that many of you already know all about the SingStar franchise. Even if you have never played one of the games, you can take an educated guess based on the title that this series of video games encourages you to sing like a star.
Excerpt: Despite hitting it big on the PlayStation 3 already, the SingStar franchise will continue to live on the PS2 for quite sometime. In fact, there's no doubt in my mind that there are still a number of SingStar games to look forward to following the release of SingStar Legends and Country.
Conclusion: Even though the PlayStation 2 now caters solely to the casual market, SingStar Legends is one of those games we can easily recommend to any music lover. Sure the SingStar series is better on PS3, but for those with only a PS2, this disc is something you’ve been dreaming of for a while.
Excerpt: Ever notice how some things seem better in theory than in reality, or they simply look better on paper than in real life? Well, that's my best analogy for SingStar Legends . Maybe the dev team thought, "the people want more classic tunes" or maybe they thought that by placing some of these legendary...
Summary: SingStar Legends is the best compilation in the series to date. The tracks are varied, almost all are very well known, and the quality good. No new game modes is the only disappointment in an otherwise brilliant package.