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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1731d ago | review

About: Karaoke Revolution (360) Review

Karaoke Revolution includes 50 songs (all master tracks) on-disc that cover a wide range of genres. The wide variety in song types seems like a good idea, but in execution produces a game where you're only going to find a handful of songs out of those 50 you actually like and can sing halfway decently. It does have David Bowie's "Space Oddity", though, which gets an A+ in my book. Another nice touch is that DLC for previous Karaoke Revolution games on the Xbox 360 (with the awful American Idol tie in …) is compatible with this game which helps to fill out the song list a little better. (Karaoke Revolution, Xbox 360) 3/5

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