Excerpt: Glee... you either LOVE IT or HATE IT and if you're reading this review, you're probably in the camp of Glee lovers as opposed to those who detest this popular musical drama TV series with a touch of comedy. So what better way to pay homage to the colourful world of Glee, than a karaoke game for the Nintendo Wii as gamers join the New Directions group in order to belt out a variety of songs from this popular TV series.
"Gleeks" will love singing songs, but some have teen themes.
Common Sense Media
12 May 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3 is based on the songs performed on the weekly television show and the game depicts some of the themes of the show. The game can come bundled with a microphone (it is also sold without it), but in order for more than one person to perform duets, a second microphone will need to be purchased. There are some settings that contain sexually suggestive images and behaviors that simulate drinking.
Summary: Parents need to know that Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 2 is a music game based on and using songs from the hit Fox TV series Glee . Players sing lyrics that scroll across the bottom of the screen while clips from the show (essentially music videos) play in the background. The lyrics are toned down somewhat (for example, some questionable lines from "Bad Romance" have been removed), but there are still some words that might be objectionable.
Gleek heaven! Sing along with the tunes from Season 1.
Common Sense Media
11 May 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that the song lyrics featured in Karaoke Revolution Glee tackle some suggestive themes. Aside from a reference to wine in "Don't Stop Believin'" the references are mostly sexual. Clips from the TV show play in the background and sometimes show suggestive dance moves, especially in provocative songs like "Push It.