Summary: A little disappointed with LIPS. At first glance, the songs appear to good but in fact are hard to sing if you are a beginner. I bought it to have fun with friends and family at get togethers. Honestly, won't be using this game much. On the other hand, the microphones that were included are good. If you like to sing and know what you are doing, this for you.
its ok until you get bored of singing the same songs
25 October 2010
Excerpt: "this game is basically like singstar) playstation version, good fun until you get bored of singing the same songs over and over again it gets to the point where you stop playing and dont play it agan until a year later . . . graphics are good but in my opinion the xbox has a long way to go , they neeed to make more singing games for us women , i do enjoy this game . the microphones are a little bit annoying as they sometimes do not synch with the ...
Summary: Lips is Microsoft's answer to Sony's Singstar series, where players warble along to songs and are graded according to performance. It can be played with up to four players playing in a variety of song modes. The question is, does it work? The answer isn't clear-cut unfortunately. I bought this for my girlfriend for £49.99 from HMV and having looked around a bit more, it can be bought for as cheap as £39.99 so have a shop around!
Excerpt: "I bought this game over singstar purely because i am an xbox user, not a ps3 user. At £30 (around christmas time) for game and mics I'd say it was a decent deal. The track listing is definatley a pro to this game. The variety of genres is impressive, ranging from 80's techno pop to modern RnB . There'll certainly be at least one track to suit anybody, and the xbox live store offers a wide range of extras, but at around £1.60 a pop, i'm not sure it's ...
Pros: Nice looking microphones, Good variety of songs, value for money
Cons: Not as good as singstar, microphones are hard to sync, no free extra songs
Excerpt: "Lips is a game about fun, entertainment and laughs... Or the occasional beer? Lips is a game allowing the user (Player) to take command of the microphone and wack the volume up to highest to enjoy some good ol' fashion karaoke but digital style... This game is good if you enjoy performing in front of a crowd; but however, if you are shy and a little on the "Hide" side... Then this game is not for you. You can however, use your Headphones and listen ...
Summary: A decent enough Karaoke game, it comes with two wireless microphones a game and batteries. The game is good fun the first time you play it, but as with any of these games, you are rewarded more for following the lines of the tune rather than actually sounding any good, I therefore decided to test this at one point and hummed through a tune simply following the tone lines and beat somebody singing quite beautifully.
Summary: I was quite excited when my husband bought an X Box 360 just before Christmas - as a huge fan of the PS2 Singstar games, I was looking forward to playing the X Box's competition game. Complete with 2 wireless microphones, a plus up on Singstar, the game includes a library of songs, ranging through the decades. For my liking, there was not enough modern music for my liking.
Summary: I really enjoyed past signing games such as SingStar on the PS2 and thought that a version on a next generation console would be the ideal move. Unfortunately, it would seem that was definitely not the right thing to do! I was immediately put off when i had extreme difficulty syncing the microphones. I followed each step word for word and i was still no better off, but it was just down to luck i assume that they finally synced up!
Pros: Flashing Microphones that are wireless and motion sensitive!
Cons: No Online Support, No Live Vision Support and Very Little DLC