Videogamer.com: Any SingStar fan looking for anything more than 30 new songs from Vol.3 will be sorely disappointed, because that's all it is. Really, that's it. It's Vol.2 with added Aerosmith, more Michael Jackson and lashings of Lionel Richie. Nothing more, nothing less.
For PS3 owners without an internet connection, and therefore without access to the bulging SingStore, a glance at the solid track list will determine whether the £25 or so the game costs is worth it. This is a wholly personal decision, and we won't attempt to patronise your musical tastes by telling you which songs we think are great and which songs we think are garbage... FACT. As the saying goes, each to their own.
What we will say is there's bound to be at least one song guaranteed to go down well in a room full of bleary-eyed winos. For us, David Bowie's Space Oddity proved to be the one. We also found Deep Blue Something's Breakfast At Tiffany's got vocal chords going (we're all Friends fanatics round our house). The old ball and chain loves Queen's Killer Queen and Could it be Magic by Take That, for some reason, too. I'm more interested in beating my top score on The Smashing Pumpkins' 1979, or, in other words, a PROPER SONG.