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  • Summary: Grab your friends, plug in the mics, and get the party started! Karaoke Revolution Party adds even more life to the party, expanding on what has already made the series a popular hit at social gatherings. Now you can sing AND dance to a collection of 50 songs featuring classics like "Sweet Caroline" and recent hits like "Crazy In Love". Combined with more multiplayer and party modes than ever before, as well as support for the EyeToyTM USB Camera (for PlayStation 2), Karaoke Revolution Party is the only true interactive karaoke experience. 50 all-new songs. Showcase your superstar talent in the all-new Sing and Dance mode - supports the DDR dance pad (sold separately). Play team games, duets, head-to-head battles and mini-games. Put your vocal skills to the test in the all-new KR Challenge. Fully customize your character's head, body shape, clothes, and accessories. [Konami] Expand
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  1. Positive: 19 out of 25
  2. Negative: 0 out of 25
  1. I can't say enough about the pitch detector. It's one of the most incredible tools available for potential musicians, and I don't say that lightly.
  2. Since the first volume of Karaoke Revolution, the series has been known as a great party game for the PS2, and the addition of this title just enhances an already astounding series.
  3. This is everything I've wanted the franchise to become. [Dec 2005, p.161]
  4. The minigames in this feel somewhat wasted and limited, but the party modes themselves can be a lot of fun, adding some definite multiplayer mayhem to the title.
  5. 77
    The finest and most fun karaoke game on any console and even rivals many PC-based karaoke programs.
  6. Like all Karaoke titles, this is a must buy for anyone from the tone deaf to the singing experts.
  7. 60
    Dancing and singing simply takes too much coordination, and the steps aren't timed well enough with the music to make them feel as natural as they should've.

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