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  • Summary: Wait no longer to rock out to your favorite number one songs. The latest themed installment in the Lips franchise, "Lips: Number One Hits" lets you sing along to hits that have reached the top spot on the world’s music charts. The title contains 40 top songs from artists like Rihanna, Kanye West, Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas, MC Hammer, The Beach Boys and many more. [Microsoft] Expand
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  1. You'll jump, you'll sing, you'll pelvic thrust like you've never pelvic thrusted before, and eventually you'll probably trip over and hurt yourself.
  2. With great multiplayer and fun play styles, I have a new found favorite rhythm game but with the lack of songs I have a feeling I am going to tire of this one quickly unless I pour more money into it.
  3. 78
    Lips still isn't quite the SingStar beater Microsoft wants it to be, it's simply not slick enough yet and lacks the huge library of songs SingStar fans will be used to. However in terms of fresh ideas and when viewed purely as a game it's edged it's nose ahead with relative ease.
  4. Altogether more successful than other recent Xbox 360 forays into the lifestyle gamer territory (You’re In The Movies anyone?), Lips excels because it feels like there is a clear vision underpinning the franchise, one that has gone from the first idea to the final design with a cohesion lacking in the actual tracklisting.
  5. Number One Hits will satisfy those one not specially interested in singing in Spanish, who prefer a broad English track list.
  6. Lips: Number One Hits is a great expansion pack. The new songs and avatar support will certainly please fans of the first. However, the trouble is that Lips: Number One Hits is being sold at full retail price as a standalone sequel to the original Lips.
  7. The real problem, however, is that Lips: Number One Hits doesn't just fail to move this series forward - it fails to resolve the serious issues with the first game.

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