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  • Summary: Keep the party going with Lips™: Party Classics, the third singing game in the Lips franchise exclusively for Xbox 360. Lips: Party Classics offers 40 unforgettably catchy songs that everyone loves to sing, including Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” Spice Girls’ “Wannabe,” Right Said Fred’sKeep the party going with Lips™: Party Classics, the third singing game in the Lips franchise exclusively for Xbox 360. Lips: Party Classics offers 40 unforgettably catchy songs that everyone loves to sing, including Gloria Gaynor’s “I Will Survive,” Spice Girls’ “Wannabe,” Right Said Fred’s “I’m Too Sexy,” The Cure’s “Friday I’m in Love,” The Knack’s “My Sharona,” Village People’s “Y.M.C.A.,” and more. With a steady stream of songs releasing on Xbox LIVE every week, building your collection of tunes and performing along to your favorite singer has never been easier. Expand
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  1. Lips: Party Classics doesn’t really do anything to expand the series in any way, but unlike most music games features a track list which is probably one of the best to grace such a game, of course it’s all down to taste but with something on offer to cover most players music choice the game should prove to be a hit at any party.
  2. Sadly the challenge mode is still a hindrance to being able to play alongside friends with the service rarely functioning or challenges disappearing. It still looks like we’ll be waiting until a proper sequel for this to be updated.
  3. Its a shame that Party Classics doesn't really bring much new with it, it seems to be nothing more than an add-on for the franchise with another Lips game coming very shortly, will iNiS bring us a completely new game or will everything be nothing more than an add-on.
  4. A decent add-on pack, but one that has a rather sub par song selection and absolutely no new features of note. New players should definitely stick to the original game, though this does act as a rather cheap DLC pack for those people desperate for some new material.
  5. 65
    The game features a very strong playlist, but lacks in renewal. Next to that it's still impossible to play the game online, which should be an option by now. A great game for people that love karaoke for only 40 euros, but for the rest of us not really a must have.
  6. Official Xbox Magazine
    65
    Not a notable upgrade over Number One Hits. [May 2010, p.83]
  7. AceGamez
    60
    If you’re looking for a song pack then, you could do a hell of a a lot worse than Party Classics, and it’ll probably come out quite a bit cheaper than raiding the DLC store – just keep in mind that’s all your buying.

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