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SingStar Summer Party review

Go out and enjoy the sun, or stay in and sing?

For

  • Inclusive song selection
  • Artsy tunes too
  • Karaoke in the sun

Against

  • Embarrassing yourself
  • Missing the real sun
  • Flubbing high notes

The better SingStar games are those with an eclectic mix of music. Go too %26lsquo;diva%26rsquo; or too %26lsquo;rawk%26rsquo; and there%26rsquo;s a risk of alienating people, which isn%26rsquo;t good for a game that sells itself on how inclusive it is. So it%26rsquo;s for this reason that we recommend Summer Party as, despite the title, it%26rsquo;s not just composed of the dumb pop tunes that always seem to top the charts between May and August.

With Club Tropicana and Mambo No.5 there%26rsquo;s a holiday vibe to it - but there%26rsquo;s substance too, thanks to Amy Winehouse and Adele, and some tight jeans introspection with Hey There Delilah. Then those who want to worry their mothers can deliver Diana Ross%26rsquo; I%26rsquo;m Coming Out, while others can spill beer and wrestle while belting out I Predict a Riot - Summer Party has enough variety for any sort of gathering. We%26rsquo;re going to dust off our best Bowie impression for Let%26rsquo;s Dance. See you by the pool.

May 5, 2008

More Info

GenreFamily
DescriptionWith such an inclusive track list you can now embarrass yourself at home instead of at the bar.
PlatformPS2
US censor ratingTeen
UK censor rating12+
Release date: (US), 25 April 2008 (UK)
Available platforms:PS2
Genre:Family
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