Conclusion: Overall, this is a competent release, one that stands or falls on the quality of its track listing. If you like the songs on offer this represents excellent value for money, if they are not all your cup of tea then you should probably think twice before splashing out. Top Game Moment:
Conclusion: If you like karaoke you’ll love this game, it’s a great game for get together and for getting the family involved. But if you’re hopelessly shy or are looking for a “sit down and play for hours” type game, then this obviously isn’t the one for you.
Pros: Great song lists, Fun with others, Only £20 alone
Cons: Not great alone, Only a limited amount of songs per disc
Excerpt: Singstar is back again with more karaoke goodness for your PS2. Finally, a collection of hits from the 90's! Now, as long-time players of the Singstar series will know, it's all about the music here and Singstar 90's brings with it a fairly definitive collection of tunes from the decade that ushered...
Excerpt: Sony's SingStar series could well be one of the most inspired creations of the PlayStation 2 era. With this, the EyeToy, and the Buzz series of games, the company has got the non-gamer crowd pretty much sewn up.
Excerpt: Red Beans and Rice Did Miss Her. All right, we’ve all heard about video game censorship, but the case I am about to describe is beyond the ken of human understanding. Singstar 90s , which is absolutely identical to the other Singstar games in everything but the track list, has censored Vanilla Ice’s...
Pros: 90s is a familar decade, Same excellent interface, Good party tracks, Still can't turn down original vocals, Still can't use other brand mics, Censored Vanilla Ice?
Conclusion: The sound quality is top-notch, as it should be for a game of this nature, and the visuals are as you’d expect. It’s a very basic game in structure but works exactly as it should. The quality of the music videos is impressive, given some of the original materials are likely not in the best of shape.
Excerpt: , but there are certain reviews where you really don't have to launch into some kind of novel about a game because the core bits have already been reviewed. Perhaps no better example of this exists on any console than the (which include some rather nifty/embarrassing EyeToy snippets can be played...