Tag Archives: singstar ps3
Wed, Aug 20, 2008 | 19:59 BST
Wed, Jun 25, 2008 | 19:33 BST
Full list of new songs after the break. You can’t beat a bit of Judas Priest.
Fri, May 16, 2008 | 14:41 BST
The European SingStore’s getting an update today, according to ThreeSpeech. It’s a stunner. We’ve never heard of any of the European stuff so we have no idea if it’s any good or not, but the English stuff looks OK. Assuming you have to sing to music instead of just, like, listening to it. Weirdos.
List after the link.
Wed, May 07, 2008 | 07:52 BST
Mon, Apr 28, 2008 | 13:01 BST
SCEA has detailed the launch of SingStar PS3 in the US, confirming that the game will cost $59.99 with and $39.99 without two microphones.
Also, the SingStore in the US is going to be different from that in Europe. From PS3F:
The American SingStore will feature over 200 songs for the US launch. However, it will be slightly different than the European Store.”It’s because of different broadcasting standards,” a SCEA producer told us. Some content that’s appropriate in Europe may not be accepted here in the States. The plan is to update each month with 25-50 new songs.
The game itself is launching in the US on May 20.
Mon, Apr 28, 2008 | 13:00 BST
According to a SCEE press release, SingStar has now sold more than 12 million units in PAL regions.
Launched in 2004 for PS2, the franchise has moved more than 5 million copies alone in fiscal 2007.
SCEE’s also confirmed that over 1 million tracks have been downloaded from the SingStore to date.
“SingStar’s success is built upon simple and entertaining game play,” said dev head Paulina Bozek. “Historically we have added new music tracks to keep the experience fresh but the arrival of PS3 has allowed us to think differently.
“We can now take advantage of the next-generation features to take the next step forward in the SingStar experience. The launch of SingStore and My SingStar Online is the realisation of this and the experience is now more user-focused, personalised and interactive.”
Read the full thing after the link.
Fri, Apr 25, 2008 | 21:56 BST
SCEA’s announced a May 20 release date for SingStar PS3, according to Kotaku. You’ll have to forgive our ignorance: we had no idea it wasn’t out over there. More through the link.
Wed, Apr 16, 2008 | 11:48 BST
SCEE’s announced a sizeable addition list to the European SingStore for this Friday. We’re not sure how we got this far without being able to sing along to Morgen Wordt Het Beter by De Kast, but we’re thankful we did. Full list after the link.
Thu, Mar 20, 2008 | 15:47 GMT
Not sure about you, but we can think of nothing better than singing along to Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince on Good Friday, and we are therefore in all kinds of luck. SingStar’s SingStore will be updated with the following tomorrow. SCEE really does have a hard-on for A-ha, doesn’t it?
- Duran Duran: Union Of The Snake
- A-ha: Hunting High & Low
- Ash: Shining Light
- Ash: Girl From Mars
- Ash: Kung Fu
- Bananarama: Venus
- Billy Joel: We Didn’t Start The Fire
- Daniel Lindstrom: Coming True
- Darin: Money For Nothing
- Divinyls: I Touch Myself
- DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince: Summertime
- Don Mclean: American Pie
- Duran Duran: Is There Something I Should Know
- Faith No More: Easy
- Kine: In The Air Tonight
- Maximo Park: The Coast Is Always Changing
- Maximo Park: I Want You To Stay
- Mel & Kim: Respectable
- Mr Big: To Be With You
- Placebo: Pure Morning
- Robyn: Show Me Love
- Scouting For Girls: She’s So Lovely
- Scounting For Girls: Elvis Ain’t Dead
- The Creeps: Ooh I Like It
Mon, Feb 04, 2008 | 08:20 GMT
According to this, SCEA’s now fixed a May launch for the American edition of Singstar PS3, meaning that soon, US readers, you too will be able to bury your head in the sand, pretend you can sing, and do things you’ll probably regret for the rest of your life.
“We’re happy to announce that SingStar PS3 will be released in the US this coming May,” said SCEA’s Ryan Hamlyn. “We’re excited to share more information in the near future on all the cool features fans can expect at launch.”
We’ve nothing more to add. Good luck to you, you poor American fools.