Karaoke Revolution Party (2005)

Video Game  -  8 November 2005 (USA)
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This installment of the Karaoke Revolution series nows features Sing and Dance mode where you as the singer will sing and dance at the same time using the Dance Dance Revolution controller.... See full summary »

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This installment of the Karaoke Revolution series nows features Sing and Dance mode where you as the singer will sing and dance at the same time using the Dance Dance Revolution controller. This game now features 50 new songs made popular by various artists. The Duet Mode and Medley mode are also back again. The rewards you earn in this game will also depend on how well you sing in this game. You can now even customize you own character in the way you see fit. As you earn rewards, you will also gain more accessories, clothes, characters and even hairstyles for your customized characters. And if that is not enough, try some of the new mini-games to test out your vocals. Written by Oliver Kong

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This is the first and the only Karaoke Revolution video game series where the player can also use a dance pad controller while singing with the USB microphone at the same time. See more »

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(Colin Hay)
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission.
Keys/Programming by Scott Dugdale
Vocals by Brooks Lundy
Saxophone by Melecio Magdaluyo
Guitar by Lance Taber
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20 August 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I totally love this game, I'm a huge Karaoke fan, and when I heard that they were going to incorporate Karaoke into a video game, I was like, OMG, my ultimate dream come true. It really is a fun game, the only thing you have to do is sing. Even if you can't sing really well, it's OK because the game will tell you if your pitch is off. Maybe you sing to high, or maybe you sing to low, it will let you know. When you've hit the pitch a little green arrow will appear on the line if the arrow is red it means your pitch is to high or to low. The game has a lot of great songs, most of them are from the 80s, which is great for me, because I'm an 80s child, and I love singing/listening to all the great hits of the 80s. So you need two things to play a game system, I have PS2, (and it works really well), and a microphone that's compatible with your game system. You get ranked on your performance to and you can pick the difficulty that ranges from easy to expert. Personally I stick with the easy difficulty because sometime I sing a little off key, but who knows, maybe i'll eventually make my way to expert.

Yes, I've already said I love this game, and that's why I gave it a 10 out of 10. The thing I loved about it is, when you sing songs you can unlock certain items like clothing and different characters to choose from. There is a create-a-character mode which I love about it, and it even gives you the difficulty of the song, 1 note means it's easy and 3 notes mean it's a more difficult song. Yes, it does have a lot of great hits like ones by the Police, Aerosmith, Madonna, Lionel Ritchie, B.T.O., and many more great hits by great artists.

So yes to sum it up, it's a great game with great songs, great characters and yes you do have a lot of fun. Oh, it also has a medley mode, where you can pick 3-8 songs to sing from, and it plays a medley of them, and it's really fun too, especially if you don't know the whole song, just parts of it. As you can probably tell I have a great time with it, and so does my whole family. That's probably why it's Rated E for everybody, because everybody will want to play it.


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