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Submitted by Cyrus365 2080d ago | review

NZGamer: SingStar Vol. 3 Review

NZGamer writes: "The PlayStation 3 versions of SingStar continue to roll out, and much like the titles of Led Zeppelin albums, are unimaginatively named. It also means the track list is selected to be as broad as possible, which brings its own problems - as opposed to something like SingStar Abba, which narrows in on a particular sub-set of crazy people with great efficiency.

I'm not going to waste time on telling you what SingStar is - if you don't know the deal by now, you obviously don't care about the franchise and don't intend to pick this one up. What does matter is the track list, and here's where it gets interesting." ( SingStar Vol. 3 , PS3) 6.6/10

darkdoom3000  +   2080d ago
its amusing as vol2 just came out in the US.

ive been meaning to buy a singstar game, ive still got some singstar mics from the Ps2 games, and i was too lazy to get the PS3 version yet. im buying this one for FOB.

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