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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 867d ago | review

Sing Party Review: There Are Better Parties Worth Going To l Entertainment Fuse

There has not been any karaoke games that came out the same day as a console’s launch if remembering correctly, and Nintendo’s Sing Party looks to be the first one for the Wii U. Sing Party is developed by Freestyle Games, the folks behind the DJ Hero franchise for Activision. Unfortunately, that franchise is in hiatus because of disappointing sales and the rhythm genre at the time was at a decline. Freestyle Games is back with their own take on karaoke as they focused more on the party elements to get your family and friends involved. It is a different approach to a karaoke games as they are just traditionally have you, a mic, and songs to sing. Other than that, Sing Party is just an average karaoke game that needs more to hang with the competition like Sony’s SingStar and Microsoft’s Lips. (Sing Party, Wii U) 6.0/10

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