Conclusion: In conclusion SingStar Rock Ballads is possibly one of the best SingStar instalments to date with a great variety of music which people of all eras will recognize. It may not be rock at its finest but it certainly is music to your ears.
Excerpt: With the number of Singstar releases creeping into double figures now, and each working on the same gameplay model, new opinions on the hugely popular karaoke franchise are few and far between. The Singstar system itself is certainly proven, and most have come to learn that songs you might detest in the grim world of reality can actually become firm favourites with a plastic microphone in your hands.
Excerpt: As long as there are songs to be sung, there will be SingStar, Sony's interactive 'sing with the stars' party game. This particular entry in the series brings big hair, big choruses, and a lot of fun to your home. You can do it by yourself, or with up to seven other like-minded wannabes.
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: It's great, and it has better songs than the Pop Hits version, which was full of rubbish. Meatloaf would eat those pop minstrels if he could. He probably would actually, as he is insane. Apparently. Buy it if you've liked old SingStar titles or if you really want to sing that godawful Nickelcrap tune. Oh, and the graphics score gets knocked up one from Pop Hits solely because of 'Loaf and his lovely face.
Excerpt: Long before the Wii and DS began targeting the vasual market, Sony was impressing these crowds with their Singstar series. Each Singstar bundle title comes with two microphones and a disk containing thirty songs (except for the obviously rushed Singstar Anthems ). The concept is simple, you select a song and sing it into the microphone, ala Karaoke, and the game judges you on your performance.