Summary: While the game itself is amusing enough, and ostensibly similar to the
series, surface level considerations are where all comparisons end.
Pros: A plethora of DLC songs await, if you got the cash…, It's fun seeing your avatar included in the game, dancing along to your favorites (and not so favorites, and some real stinkers you hoped time would have buried deep)., Seeing the old music videos…the ones you actually liked, anyway., You do ha...
Cons: If you want a comparable score to everyone else out there, you’re going to need to get that expensive wireless mike., Long load times., You, will, be tempted into buying double priced DLC. You have no choice. It’s there every time you boot up., Essentially, it’s like walking into a used car dea...
Excerpt: Ok, so there’s a new Lips game called Party Classics. Well it’s not so new now because I spent some time trying to come up with something new to say about it without any joy. It’s the same as the last Lips (
Conclusion: A decent add-on pack, but one that has a rather sub par song selection and absolutely no new features of note. New players should definitely stick to the original game, though this does act as a rather cheap DLC pack for those people desperate for some new material.
Conclusion: INIS and Microsoft have been busy, whilst you’ve been busy crooning away to Lips and Lips: Number One hits , they’ve been compiling Lips: Party Classics , is that a reason for celebration? Let’s see.
Conclusion: The Short Version: However you cut it, Lips Party Classics is just another console karaoke title. However, as far as this swollen genre goes, Lips is still pretty much the best and this decently priced package will breathe some new life into your copy.
Pros: Original videos of (mostly) crowd pleasing song choices, Slick connection to your XBOX Live account and avatar, Instantly playable
Cons: No import function, The odd soundtrack anomaly, Nothing revolutionary to report
Summary: Après Number One Hits et avant un épisode spécial dédiée aux années 80 et ses tenues improbables, c'est Lips Party Classics qui nous fait l'honneur d'alimenter une nouvelle fois une licence qui semble chère à Microsoft.
Pros: Une licence qui commence à faire son trou, La correction des bugs des DLC, Interface impeccable
Cons: Une playlist pire que la précédente, Plusieurs bugs en coop, Toujours pas de jeu en ligne, L'espoir d'avoir des chansons françaises anéanti encore une fois, Des classements limités