Games review: Singstar: Take That
Friday 13 November 2009
Format PS2, PS3
Singstar’s Back for Good with A Million Love Songs. Well, 25 anyway. Yes, it’s Take That’s turn to get the console-karaoke treatment. Along with the band’s hit singles, there are a handful of lesserknown tracks (complete with hilariously low budget videos). While I’m a fan of the ever-expanding Singstar series, and Take That’s version is a cracker, the format has been feeling a bit tired of late. With more comprehensive comprehensive offerings such as Lucky Voice’s party-box kit, Sony really needs to up its game.
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