Karaoke Revolution Volume 3 was released in North America on November 9, 2004 on PlayStation 2. To achieve the platinum record for a song, 20,000 points must be achieved. It features enhanced career and multiplayer modes, the ability to record footage for venues with the and cameras, and a soundtrack with 50 tracks, all original versions rather than the covers used in previous versions. The game contains 29 musical selections from the first thirteen episodes of. Karaoke Revolution Volume 2 was released in North America on July 13, 2004 on PlayStation 2.
This Bundle includes the microphone you need to start singing the Glee hits right away. Medley mode works you through a handful of different songs in rapid succession. However, you can also get into simple score challenges or duet mode, which lets you either sing as a team or compete against each other in a score-based competition or knockout mode, where one singer can end the song early if he or she totally outsings the other player. Here, you select an onscreen character and background; you select a song; and then you get to it. Konami will no longer use anymore likeness or license for upcoming future Karaoke Revolution sequels after this game. But Volume 3 isn't just a simple song pack, however. It is a standardized microphone that is also compatible with other games such as , , and.
On the sound side of things, the game's music isn't performed by the original artists, which is just as you'd expect from just about any karaoke experience. As of March 31, 2009, there will permanently be no more new downloadable songs for this game as the Karaoke Revolution series has seen the last of its cover versions. The Xbox version has 50 songs that come with the game. The European version of the game, titled Karaoke Stage, was released on April 22, 2005. The Original Concept for Karaoke Revolution was created by Scott Hawkins and Sneaky Rabbit Studios. By adding a sorely needed feature--namely, the ability to sing duets--Karaoke Revolution Volume 3 is most definitely a worthy addition to the rapidly expanding franchise.
This contrasts with the series from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, which features only original artist recordings along with the music videos, where available. There are various types of game modes of how the Duet Mode will be. The Japanese versions of the game are developed by Konami themselves. The game was sold without the headset in February, 2004. In the second installment of the Karaoke Revolution series, it features over 30 new songs made popular by various top artists and it now features a Medley Mode where you combine three of your favorite shortened songs in this game together as one for extra challenge. Review From Konami and Harmonix are back on the scene with another new game in the Karaoke Revolution series. It all works quite well, though the judging system forces you to both sing the songs and hold the notes as they're written to score well.
This title is also available, with an identical song selection, on Xbox and Gamecube. The video game was released exclusively for the Wii console and made its way in stores on April 5, 2011. The songs in the game are of pop hits frequently sung in karaoke bars. Along the way, you'll unlock new stuff. You can help the Karaoke Revolution Wiki by. For some friendly competition, two players can square off and take turns singing every other phrase in a song while joining together during the chorus in Sing-Off mode. New downloadable songs will continue with the sequel, Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore 2.
The game does not attempt to understand the singer's words, but instead detects their pitch. Rather than a game per se, it is merely a karaoke system for the PlayStation 2, with no judgments. These songs are included on the Karaoke Revolution Party disk in a hidden format, and are unlocked through Xbox Live. He is replaced with a lesser known voice actor Johnny Jay to voice as the host of American Idol for this game. Konami Karaoke Revolution Glee is a music video game published by Konami and HiJinx Studios.
Duets In response to popular demand, Karaoke Revolution 3 will let karaoke crooners sing with - and compete against - friends with the addition of duel microphone support and exciting new modes for two mic gameplay. Knockout mode offers the fiercest karaoke battle yet, pitting players against each other while singing the same song in unison. There's a good variety of music available, though as in the previous Karaoke Revolution offerings this is probably going to translate into you finding a handful of songs that you enjoy singing while ignoring the rest. Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol utilizes judges, commentary, and stages. The gameplay also differs significantly. Winning records will unlock additional characters, outfits, and songs.
Presents: Karaoke Revolution Country was released in North America on March 28, 2006 on PlayStation 2. Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3 boasts up to 35 chart-topping tunes, filled with the show's main characters and show-stopping performances from Season 2. Since maximum scores for each song are normalized 50,000 regardless of difficulty, overall scores on songs can be compared. Some of the downloadable songs were from the previous Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol Encore. The previous downloadable songs for the first Encore game on downloaded from the PlayStation Store will be automatically imported to Encore 2. Outside of this, though, the characters open their mouths and appear to sing when you do, which is a cool little tweak. The font that is used in the trophy description is an exact duplicate of the logo of the dance game,.