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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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...
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!