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Submitted by TheColbertinator 2081d ago | review

Impulse Gamer : Singstar Vol. 3 Review

John Blake writes "For lovers of online, you have the ability to join My SingStar which is almost like Facebook, however allows you to upload and share content with your friends. Needless to say, some of the videos available are quite hilarious but it does create a good sense of community for SingStar. It will be interesting to see where Sony go with the SingStar franchise in light of Rock Band, Guitar Hero World Tour or Lips.

At the end of the day, SingStar Vol. 3 is an entertaining sequel that offers some great tracks and some interesting online content. Although nothing has really changed with the franchise, that old proverb if it ain't broke, than don't fix it still applies for SingStar and if you're a fan of the series, than you better ask Santa to put this under the Christmas tree." ( SingStar Vol. 3 , PS3) 8.6/10

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