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VGR: SingStar Vol 3 review

VGR:

"Vol 3 still has the same interface as the other Volumes and sadly, the videos are once again in standard definition. It's not a huge complaint since the package is a bargain of songs to sing to, it's just worth pointing out that maybe it's time they upgraded them for those who have HDTV's. The microphone for SingStar is a lot more precise than is given credit for. There is no way I can hit those high notes and the game lets you know it! While with Lips, the game lets you have it for even pushing the mic against your speakers…which SingStar doesn't, believe me…I've tried.

SingStar Vol 3 isn't a new game; it's merely an add-on with a bunch of new songs. The songs however are great and worth every penny. You won't find these songs on the SingStar Store, so you are forced to buy the disc for the tracks…which is wrong in a way, but it's still a bargain." ( SingStar Vol. 3 , PS3) 7.3/10

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