Summary: Over all, a fun game to play with your friends, but it gets boring very, very quickly. Comes with 40 songs, and while there are over 300 downloadable songs - each song costs nearly $2. You can link your own music library, but you don't receive the cues or lyrics like the downloaded songs. The biggest drawback is the inability to turn off the mic projecting through the TV due to the echoing.
Summary: This is a very fun game if you like karaoke. I love that you can go to X-box live and buy new songs when you get bored of the ones that the game comes with. It is even neat how it lists all of the songs that you have in your collection of LIPS games. I have three now. However, I wish that it listed just the songs for each disc that can be played with only that disc.
Summary: I love the fact that you can download new content, hook up your mp3 player and sing to your own collection. It would be even better if the lyrics came up for music from your collection. I wish it had challenges where you have to acquire a certain score to progress to higher levels. This is more of a game for like a party where everyone can jump in and have a go.
Summary: This game is ok. I have no real hand eye coordination, like my kids do, to play rockband, and I usually just sing with them. I like it, but its all rock songs and not too many to make your voice shine. So I was excited to see LIPS. I liked that there were more "singy" songs like Umbrella, Alicia Keys, etc. Plus the price was really great considering you get the two mics too. It was a pretty decent time with the songs, but there is a lot of room for improvement.
Summary: Purchased an xbox 360 to have kinect and this game is the only non-kinect game we have. We have a PS3 and play it's version of this game (SingStar) fairly often. Prefer Lips for the better library of song selections and the wireless microphones. Hoping that they will use the kinect technology to improve upon the basis of the game and integrate the camera aspect to take pictures/video similar to how PS3 SingStar does.
Summary: The game is okay. Was more interested in the two wireless mics, they can be used with Rock Band. The price on Amazon was amazing, so the game is just an added bonus that I rarely play (due to the limited number of good songs).
Summary: I purchased this game because I'd heard that the included wireless mics were high quality. I do love the mics, and it's fun to have the flashing colors throughout the songs. Sometimes it's hard to get the mics to sync correctly. The game is just about as fun as any karaoke video game, with quite a few songs I enjoy. I prefer the Rock Band games over Lips, but wish I could use the Lips wireless mics with other games.
Summary: Yes, Lips is a karaoke game. So if you're self-conscious about singing, you won't like it. But if you actually enjoy karaoke, a very good time can be had. Early versions of the game were far too easy, but the recent patch for this title has given it more of a challenge---I'd compare it to singing in Rock Band on Hard difficulty, though with No Fail mode on.