After its announcement last week, we can see at HardGame2, one of the most important Spanish (and european) web of videogames,the first images of SingStar 2 on PlayStation 3. Enjoy!
I don't understand this game on PlayStation 3. Why Sony don't put these songs in the SingStore?
I think this will be for people with no internet access. They will most likely have all the newest songs on the cd for people that can't download.
Good point. I was gonna ask the same question.
@Batusai. Most people(not everyone) who play this game are as you can put it: 'casual gamers'.They won't really bother going to the Singstore and engage in micro-transaction dealings.They would probably prefer to pick up a hard copy even though they won't be able to customize their playlist.I would also go for the hard copy version.
NA is still waiting for SingStar 1 on the PS3. I can't believe they already have SingStar 2 images out yet the 1st one didn't even come out here.
I am ready to get my groove on. :)
been waiting long enough now.
I see Noodle, I want.
Something tells me we won't get SS1 but will get more of this version but under a subname ;o
this is a waste of time i know people without interent access would benefite, but come on seriously- how many singstar owners are there without interent access? scrap that, how many PS3 owners are there without interent access?
people having internet access or not,it's about catering for a wider more casual audience not attracted to digital downloads.
yeah, but come on- one singstar is enough they could just advertise the singstore and get people using it
Or to casuals that don't want to download; the original Singstar had lots of songs that perhaps weren't liked by many, so the point of this one is increasing the install base of the singstore, and of course, PS3. I would love to buy rockband when the price drops, but I don't like most of the songs, so I'm waiting for a second volume to see if it has better songs than the first one.
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