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Luv it, but I do have some suggestions!

8.3

Superb
Difficulty:
Easy
Learning Curve:
0 to 30 Minutes
Time Spent:
20 to 40 Hours
The Bottom Line:
"Guilty pleasure"

Summary

I have always been a fan of the karaoke revolution series. They are great games. My sister and I love them and get them on the release date! This game was much better then the first three however I liked the song selection a little more in the 3rd volume. There are plenty more character options in this version and more gameplay options. They characters even seem to dance a little more in this edition. As much as I love this game though I would have to suggest that they make the editions more often, if u don't have an xbox and cannot download more songs then u can tend to get sick of the songs after a week or so. Plus the songs are so different from one another. I personally like all different genres of music but prefer to sing pop or R&B. There wasn't enough of that in this version. It seemed like there is a lotta of disco & strange music like neil diamond. Anyways if i were a member of the staff that makes these games I would stick with the features the game has in it and instead of perfecting the game itself just release more versions and maybe themed versions. Such as maybe an R&B version, or maybe a 90's. With that being said I am a fan and even if they continue putting weird music on it that I am forced to sing because we want to unlock everything I will still buy the game. But would be a much happier gamer with more themed and frequent karaoke versions out!

THANKS DANIELLE

do buy this game, get over your fear of singing in front of others and just have fun, trust me you will




great game, but there are better music games out there.....

7.8

Great
Difficulty:
Very Easy
Learning Curve:
0 to 30 Minutes
Time Spent:
10 Hours or Less
The Bottom Line:
"Worth playing"

Summary

personally, i like karioke revolution. i will play it with "some people"
but only people i am not embarresed to sing, or act like an idiot in front of.
whitch means i dont play it much.
and also... there are better music/rhythm games out there.
here are a couple: Amplitude, Frequency, Guitar hero (BUY GUITAR HERO!) , Dance dance revolution, Donkey konga, thats all i can name off the top of my head, but im sure there are more.

dont get me rong, this game is rock solid, and easy to play.

lets look at the bad things, theres no online play, you cant edit the songs, not to mention on the PS2 version, you cant put your own songs onto it! and the song list is pretty bad.
there are some good songs, like headstrong, or drive.

its an average game worth looking into if you like music/rhythm games.






If you can't sing, this probably isn't the game for you. If you enjoy singing, you owe it to yourself to give it a shot

8.0

Superb
Difficulty:
Very Easy
Learning Curve:
0 to 30 Minutes
Time Spent:
10 to 20 Hours
The Bottom Line:
"Guilty pleasure"

Summary

Alright, ya got me. I picked up a copy of Karaoke Revolution Party after buying Guitar Hero a couple of months ago and realizing that Harmonix has got some serious game (pun intended) when it comes to developing quality rhythm software titles.

Karaoke Revolution Party, having come out before Guitar Hero, lacks some of the polish that its sibling will have but it's still the total package. Whereas Guitar Hero requires you to strum particular fret keys at a certain time, Karaoke Revolution Party requires you sing on key... and it really does.

Karaoke Revolution Party comes with a very decent Logitech USB microphone and uses the device to track the tone in your voice, regardless of whether you're a male or female single, a soprano or a falsetto, the game's got ya covered (in fact, this is one of the most impressive parts of
the game -- regardless of what octave or key you sing a song in, the game will track you and show you whether you're too high or too low). However, it's at this point where I have to warn you, if you can't sing, this game is unabashedly unapologetic -- you'll be booed off the stage and fail the song. Easy and Medium judging are fairly forgiving, but the Hard rating is for people who definitely aren't tone deaf.

But, like most rhythm games, the key component of Karaoke Revolution Party is in its song set. Other reviewers, including Gamespot, claim that the game has to eclectic a collection of songs. I totally disagree; its this variety that makes Karaoke Revolution Party a party game. The selection of song choices virtually guarantees that everyone In your party will find something that they want to belt out to the amusement of everyone else.

In fact, the only two missing genres seem to be rap and country (and both are sorely missed; some Eminem and Garth Brooks would work real well). To make up for this Karaoke Country came out recently and I got a chance to try that; seriously, if you don't like country music, stay far, far away because some of this is really thick ("She thinks my tractor's sexy" is a real country song on it, no joke).

All in all, the Karaoke series seems to be on the right track. I'm holding out for a good rap collection with maybe some old school DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince and some Run DMC along with some Eminem. Now, THAT'D be fun. In the meantime, I'm going to have content myself with belting out "Take Me On" and "Uptown Girl."




Death by Singing...

7.4

Great
Difficulty:
Just Right
Learning Curve:
0 to 30 Minutes
Time Spent:
10 Hours or Less
The Bottom Line:
"Just plain fun"

Summary

Karaoke Revolution Party is good, but the one before this one had a better selection of songs. This one is not bad though but kind of not know all the songs, so I'm trying to learn them. The graphics improove and you can actually selecr diferent oufits much like the Karaoke Country. Now you can showcase your vocal skills in the next installment in Konami's singing series. Karaoke Revolution Party features 50 songs, new multiplayer and party modes, and EyeToy support. 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 PlayStationE), Karaoke Revolution Party is the only true interactive karaoke experience.

Features
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
Create a 3D model of your head and see yourself perform on stage using the EyeToy Camera
Includes a playable demo of Dance Dance Revolution EXTREMEE2




This is one for my permanent collection. Extremely fun mobile game, bright colourful graphics & addictive like Tetris.

9.4

Editors' Choice
Difficulty:
Just Right
Learning Curve:
0 to 30 Minutes
Time Spent:
10 to 20 Hours
The Bottom Line:
"Amazing"

Summary

Zoo Tycoon DX is gorgeous in all ways.

Gameplay: Very simple tetris-like gameplay. The animal icon count bar is very cool... it means you can concentrate on certain animal shapes and not worry about others to pass the level. Adds an extra twist which doesn't complicate the game at all. The animal theme is great and is a nice refreshing change from coloured blocks or circles in other puzzle games.

Graphics: lush, bold and colourful images cover your game screen. Cute animals and characters on top of well done backgrounds. Good work.

Sound: Very catchy midi music, plenty of variety.

Bottomline: Worth your money! Hours of enjoyment.
7.3

Great
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