Summary: All of these songs are kind of terrible. I suppose if you like the songs this might be better but I think this game could really be improved. I got it for my kids and they don't know the words so they acres and make terrible sounds so that the game won't BOO them. The game gives points for those horrible sounds and I've banned it because I can't stand any of it.
Summary: Thought this would be super fun, but my daughter (10 yrs old) and I didn’t really care for it - and the songs available weren’t exactly songs most people would recognize. Bought her a karaoke machine and that is MUCH better.
Summary: I love the Karaoke revolution series for PS2. My daughter has Wii so I thought I would try this out. It is not as fun as the others. The background for all the songs are taken directly from the show, "Glee". I love "Glee" but it is harder to sing their versions of the songs. And it is a little distracting to have the show on as you're singing. Just not as expected.
Summary: I was so excited to get this game - I'm a huge fan of Glee, I love karaoke, and I've loved all the other Karaoke Revolution games - so I thought, "what could be better?!" Well, for starters, I was sorely disappointed that there's no way to turn off the lead vocals so it's a sing-along as opposed to karaoke.
Summary: The microphones that come with the game is only for the game cube. These will not work in my Wii system. The Wii microphone I have for Rock Band is not recongized by Karaoke Revolution Party game. The regular Wii remote does not work with this game, you have to buy a game cube remote just to get the game to start. The game itself looks a lot of fun, not as many songs as I would have thought. I wouldn't recommend buying this unless you already have a Nintendo game cube.
Summary: I've always enjoyed the karaoke revolution games, but this one fielded a poor choice of songs. There is.. 2-3 Spanish songs, which makes me applaud the company for respecting diverse communities.. But come on, it's an English game! So far about 10 people have played this game, and no one has touched the Spanish songs.
Cant Download, Not Best Song Selection, Not Family Friendly
14 July 2010
Summary: The game is fun enough but will get board quickly as there arent any secret songs that get onlocked. The more points you get the more venue's you on lock. Who really care's about the venue's? So there isnt much motivation to keep going in the game as you dont get anything really for moving forward. It wouldnt be so bad but the original song selection isnt the best. Not very many classic songs that everyone would know.
Summary: I actually had to sing flat a few times for the arrow to line up with the vocal bubble. I also expected more songs than listed on the back of the cover which says that includes these songs, NOT that these are the only songs. I still don't understand what the point of the play modes are if I can't turn off the lead vocals and I'm singing the same songs. For $60 (game with microphone) I expected a lot more.
Summary: The game should be called "Glee: Sing Along". You basically watch a scene from the show, and sing along with the characters. You cannot turn off the vocals and sing to just music. I agree with other reviewers; it's NOT karaoke.
Summary: I wish I had read the reviews before I bought this for my daughter. I was shocked to find out that you couldn't mute the vocals. How is that karaoke? I wanted to hear my daughter sing, not the stars of the show. That being said, she is having a good time playing with it as she loves the show and all the songs.