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Singstar in America

Ever wanted to sing your way to stardom, but couldn’t due to the fact that you suck at singing? Well, SCEA is bringing over SCE London’s popular SingStar karaoke franchise for PS2 to North America this Fall, letting aspiring singers check out their skills without being mocked by strangers or neighbors.

As stated above, the game is set for release this Fall and will support up to 8 players. It will come bundled with two karaoke microphones and 30 songs; the game will also support the EyeToy camera, allowing players to insert their own images into music videos.

This Fall will be witness to thousands of bad singers across the States.

SingStar Anthems Announced

Even though a Singstar is announced for the PS3, SCEE today sent word of SingStar Anthems, a new music title for the PS2. Launching August 4, the sixth title in the series is a fusion of classic tunes and diva-esque anthems; it will feature over 170 tracks and will feature 20 original tracks and music videos. The game will support team contests and head-to-head sing-offs for those with like-minded friends.

Here’s the track listing:

  • Queen – Radio Ga Ga
  • Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart
  • Take That feat. Lulu – Relight My Fire
  • Cher – If I Could Turn Back Time
  • Steps – Deeper Shade of Blue
  • Dead or Alive – You Spin Me Round (Like A Record)
  • Candi Station – Young Hearts Run Free
  • Gloria Gaynor – I Will Survive
  • Bananarama – I Heard A Rumour
  • Pussycat Dolls – Don’t Cha
  • Leann Rimes – Can’t Fight the Moonlight
  • Donner Summer – I Feel Love
  • Bucks Fizz – Making Your Mind Up
  • The Weather Girls – It’s Raining Men
  • Ultra – Nate Free
  • Scissor Sisters – Laura
  • Kim Wilde – Kids in America
  • Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance With Somebody
  • Girl Aloud – Biology
  • Charlotte Church – Crazy Chick

The game will retail for £40 with microphones, £20 as stand alone.

SingStar PS3 Announced, Screens

Sony has officially announced SingStar for the PS3. The game lets players download songs and sing along to whatever they want, “whenever” they want it. It will feature support for EyeToy, letting users share performances with others, as well as share photos and videos created through the EyeToy camera. The game will also feature support for the PSP, having users transfer vocal performance to the portable.

And if that’s not enough: users can download the entire PS2 back catalogue of songs (more than 3000) as well as new songs available online. These can be stored on the accompanying hard drive or memory stick.

More information can be found inside, just after the high-resolution screenshots:

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