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Karaoke Revolution with Headset - PlayStation 2

Platform : PlayStation2
4.3 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0000AI1KN
  • Product Dimensions: 19.8 x 14.2 x 6.1 cm ; 227 g
  • Release Date: Nov. 6 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #48,889 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Turn your PlayStation 2 into a high-end, interactive karaoke machine with Karaoke Revolution, the latest in Konami's award-winning line of music video games. Featuring an impressive list of tunes from current hits to yesterday's classics, Karaoke Revolution will give gamers of all types something to sing about.

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The first day I got Karaoke Revolution, I stayed up till midnight playing it! I even had my mom and brother up till midnight playing it! My dad did sing a couple of songs, but he got booed off the stage! He thought he could sing Billie Jean but he got booed of the stage before he even reached the chorus! Another fun part about the game is the better you sing the more GOLD or PLATINUM albums you get! It is really fun to see how the crowd reacts to your singing. While your singing you have a crowd meter, and the better you sing the higher it will go up, and the fun part is if you sing real good you get crowd boosts and the crowd will start clapping along with the song. The first time I played and they started clapping along, I was like, WOW! They really like me! But unlike my dad one boo turned into the crowd walking out on him! You also get to pick all kinds of cool places to perform like for a first timer you can perform at a small party with a few people or for the real experienced the enomobowl with thousands of people! I would suggest getting the game with the headset, because I mean how will you be judged if you don't have a headset? But the game is super fun the first couple of days, but you really get sick of singing the same songs over and over again. But the more you sing the songs the better you get at it. It is really a fun game and the better you sing, the more characters, outfits, and songs you can unlock. And another plus is you won't have to sing the same songs for long, you can buy expansion packs and add more songs to your list. I would highly suggest this game to aspiring singers. And even if you don't want to be a singer, if you still enjoy singing, you will enjoy this game, it had me up for hours!
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I was a bit reluctant to try this game, since the thought of singing in front of other people was less than appealing. However, once I put on the headset and the music started, my whole attitude changed.
By singing in tune and along with the proper cadence, you score points that can be used to unlock new characters, songs, bonus videos, and character outfits. Each song has a "difficulty level", and believe me ... "Ladies Night" is a lot more difficult than "Kiss Me". This can be a bit frustrating for younger children. You can choose the difficulty level to help overcome this issue - it can "go easy" on you, but if you're too bad, you can actually be booed off stage. Funny when it happens to my wife -- but my 7-year-old doesn't find it too funny.
Make sure you understand which songs are on the disc, and that you like them. (Although even the songs you don't like tend to grow on you after you've belted them out a few times...) There's a good cross selection from the 70s, 80s, 90s and today, with a little over 30 songs total. Different styles are included as well, although most songs are ones that charted in the Top 40, and the selection is a bit skewed toward late 90s & early 2000s.
Despite a few minor shortcomings, this game is tight, and with 1-8 players, it's a great group or party game, and can be used by the whole family, or a group of friends.
One final note -- the headset that comes with the packaged set is a bit small. If adults plan to use the game, you probably want to buy the game by itself and spring for Sony's headset -- it's a bit bigger and seems to be a little more solid.
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Although I'm not the greatest, I've been singing my entire life, on my own and in organized groups in school and such. Since leaving school, there's been little opportunity for me to sing, other than in my car and in the shower at least! So I was very excited to learn about this game, and picked it up only a few days after it was released.
The first thing I learned is that many of the songs you thought you knew - you don't. The game's versions of the songs, at least the ones I've been through thus far, seem to be very accurate and close to their original verisons. I expected to hear more karaoke-style versions, but was pleasantly surprised with their "real" sound.
I've also read on message boards that people are disappointed in the graphics. I think the graphics are fairly good, especially considering they matter the least anyway. The singers, particularly the girls, move realistically, and their movements seem to echo the tone of the music for the most part. I also like the system of adjusting volumes. In the game, you can press the square, circle, triangle, and x buttons while you are performing to adjust the music volume (background music through your speakers), the microphone volume (your own voice through the speakers), vocals volume (singer's voice through the speakers), and the headset volume (your own voice through the headset). In this way you can really fine-tune what you're hearing, and make a great-sounding performance.
I personally have not had too much of a problem with the headset microphone. These types of microphones are designed to be placed very close to (practically in!) your mouth. When I have the microphone properly positioned, I never get poor registration in the game.
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