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  • Summary: Transforming video game consoles into a high-end interactive karaoke machine, Karaoke Revolution's expanded multiplayer modes allows players to throw karaoke parties with their friends where they can perform as teams or choose to play in the single player career mode. If you just want to hear your favorite songs in succession, create a playlist and whenever you're ready to perform, pick up the microphone and jump in at anytime! Players can join together on a wide variety of contemporary hits and classic favorites from licensed master recordings. Like all versions from this acclaimed franchise, Karaoke Revolution features a proprietary voice recognition technology which accurately recognizes and scores vocal pitch and rhythm. Real-time feedback is offered by the dynamic crowds that fill each virtual venue. The game comes packaged with a microphone for players to be ready to perform. [Konami] Expand
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  1. 68
    Sadly, the dated animations, blah presentation, and complete lack of DLC or online play keep this title from being anything amazing, but singers will have fun with it if they lower their expectations.
  2. 68
    Even with this solid track list, and the sensible step away from Simon Cowell, Karaoke Revolution still fails to answer what makes it unique.
  3. If you want to sing recent Top 40 hits and/or The Jackson 5, you'll probably be happy, but if you have more diverse interests, you'll probably find only a few songs to enjoy. [Dec 2009, p.86]
  4. 51
    Teenage girls can have some fun with yet another karaoke game. But for all the others counts: don't waste your lungs with this game. Our suggestion: More Michael Jackson songs next time please.
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  1. DanM
    Jan 1, 2010
    More fun than a system with disks only. The feedback and contest mode make it more interesting than that. We'll be watching for updated disks as well. What is wrong with fun for the non-geek being 'less than amazing'? Expand