In Europe, where SingStar is very popular, '90s has more significant artists from that decade, especially the mid '90s: Nick Cave, B-52s, Lisa Loeb, and Crash Test Dummies are represented, as well as yeah, the Spice Girls. The U.S. version, on the other hand, features too many one-hit wonders that could have been easily eliminated without anybody mourning them: how many times do you want to sing Chumbawumba's "Tubthumping" or Spin Doctors' "Two Princes"? The novelty is gone after the first time. Every time GameSpy look at Jesus Jones or Poison they can't stop thinking that it could have been Aerosmith or Smashing Pumpkins. SingStar '90s is still a good party game for $30, but it doesn't live up to its full potential.