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SingStar: Take That review

Everything changes but you, SingStar

For

  • Good number of songs
  • Includes the best hits
  • Works as well as any SingStar

Against

  • Doesn't add any new features
  • Not many newer songs
  • Still embarrassing to play

By now, everyone knows how SingStar works. You sing into the mic, alone or with a friend, and you%26rsquo;re rewarded (or punished) for your ability to carry a tune. This edition doesn%26rsquo;t add, or take anything away, from the game%26rsquo;s mechanics, so we%26rsquo;re basically reviewing Take That instead.

Take That is one of the greatest boy bands pop music has ever produced. Whether or not you like their back catalogue is sort of irrelevant %26ndash; their music has entered the public consciousness, and we%26rsquo;re willing to bet you know most of the 25 songs included here. Take That know how to please their audience, and most of these songs are from their heyday %26ndash; including Never Forget and Back for Good %26ndash; rather than their recent, Robbie-less comeback. Once again, this doesn%26rsquo;t move the series forward, but as an interactive Best Of, full of hit songs and videos, it%26rsquo;s worth the %26pound;20 asking price.

Nov 6, 2009

More Info

GenreOther Games/Compilations
Description<p>The same experience you get from other SingStars, so your enjoyment all depends on how much you love England's biggest boy band ever.</p>
PlatformPS3
US censor rating
UK censor rating12+
Release date: (US), 6 November 2009 (UK)
Available platforms:PS3
Genre:Other Games/Compilations

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

When he's not dying repeatedly in roguelikes, Tom spends most of his working days writing freelance articles, watching ITV game shows, or acting as a butler for his cat. He's been writing about games since 2008, and he's still waiting on that Vagrant Story 2 reveal.
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