Submitted by user9422077 2242d ago | review

AATG: SingStar Volume 3 Review

AATG:

"So, forgetting the tracklist, because you will simply build your own over time, we are left to review the concept of the game. For me, Singstar is a ten out of ten experience. No question. It's the best party game ever invented (that doesn't involve swapping car keys, anyway), and all the regular features of the previous PS3 discs are here too. You can sing solo, in a harmonized duet, battle an opponent to score the most points. The game can be balanced by making the scoring policy for each mic more liberal, which means younger kids (and me) have a chance against decent singers. There are also options to calibrate the audio with your HDTV, something that was patched into the original version a few months ago. You can save an audio recording of your crimes to the hard disc, or craft a video or take pictures of yourself with a PS3 Eye (not included). All of this can be uploaded to Sony's server, should public ridicule be your thing." ( SingStar Vol. 3 , PS3) 8/10

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