Mixed or average reviews - based on 24 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 24
  2. Negative: 0 out of 24
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  1. The excellent production value and a stellar song list will make Karaoke Revolution Country the life of the party for those that wear cowboy boots and say “y’all come back now, ya hear”.
  2. Game Informer
    This first genre-specific Karaoke game does its job admirably, letting you croon through both kinds of music: country and western. [Apr 2006, p.122]
  3. 80
    Speaking of modes, Karaoke Revolution Country really outdoes itself in this department as the game features a handful of solo and multiplayer game modes, and mini-games (including a silly voice-controlled beach volleyball diversion). For example, single-player options include a QuickPlay mode (pick a song and venue and get to it), Karaoke (no scoring), and Medley (select the number of sequential songs to sing through).
  4. Despite the fact that this latest edition of Revolution really doesn't stray from the formula the games are known for, it's more fun than it lets on, thanks to a bit of customization, some fun mini-games and the Duet Mode, and a song selection that's stronger than a bull chasing a rodeo clown.
  5. Players looking for a great party game can’t really go wrong with Karaoke Revolution Country, and if ever there were a party game for the country boy in all of us, this would be it.
  6. In the end, if you love to sing, if you love country music, and there is a tear in your beer, then by all means, mosey on down to your local gaming shop and pick up your copy of Karaoke Country. It is the best thing to happen to country music since Hee-Haw!
  7. PSM Magazine
    Sadly, this game doesn't feel very personalized for country music fans when it comes to its venues. [May 2006, p.80]
  8. Country music might not float my boat, but I have to imagine that most country fans will really enjoy Karaoke Revolution Country.

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