Submitted by Cyrus365 2012d ago | review

Game Vortex: Karaoke Revolution 360 Review

Game Vortex writes: "Karaoke Revolution is a new start for an old franchise, coming a bit late behind a rush in recent years of great music games. The most obvious comparison on Xbox 360 is last year's release of Lips, which differs from Karaoke Revolution in several very significant ways. The appearance of the two games could not be more different. Karaoke Revolution betrays its roots as a product of the Harmonix shop - although this specific version hails from a different developer - with a focus on avatars and simulated performance. Where Lips put artists' videos front-and-center, the original videos for each song in Karaoke Revolution can literally be found behind the stage or projected on a screen in the arena where your character is performing. You can even, in Karaoke Revolution, use the Xbox LIVE Vision Camera to insert yourself on the virtual big screen. I'm a brave living-room karaoke singer, but I'm not sure I'm brave enough to have my real-life performances splashed up on even the most virtual of screens..." (Karaoke Revolution, Xbox 360) 70/100

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