Lips Video Review
Robbie Bach, president of Microsoft's Entertainment & Devices division, tells us about the future of Xbox Live, Halo 3: ODST, Halo Wars, the New Xbox Experience, Netflix, Primetime, and Community Games.Posted Jan 8, 2009 | 23:15 | 38,508 Views
Everyone's favourite Australian video games show returns this week--bigger and better! Randolph takes a close look at how Street Fighter IV plays on consoles, Dan gets his rap on with 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand, and the GS AU crew sing a special encore with Lips. Check it out!Posted Nov 26, 2008 | 35:45 | 8,318 Views
The Prince of Persia is back to run, jump, flip, and otherwise overcome the obstacles. Plus, we get sneak peeks at You're In The Movies, Lips, the New Xbox Experience, the DSi, and the PSP 3000.Posted Nov 14, 2008 | 86:45 | 23,628 Views
Feel the music and sing in this E3 08 official trailer of Lips.Posted Jul 15, 2008 | 1:41 | 6,620 Views
- Nov 19, 2008
Guy Cocker racks up the rhythm bonuses in this video review for Lips.
Why are people trying to make this a LIPS vs. Singstar? They DON'T compete, either you have an Xbox or a Playstation, very few have the opt. to have both singstar and Lips, so why keep saying lips are a copy, just "childish"! Xbox 360 owners have not until now had an party/karaoke game, now they have.
The pitch height feels somewhat more accurate on SingStar, at least it shows how high or low you are currently, unlike Lips...
most music games debut somewhere between 40-80 songs, ... give it time and there'll be more available to download i'm sure. Why would they pack in too many when they could make $$ off of microtransactions? I won't be getting this one though, rock band has enough content for me :)
This game really needs more songs than the 40 you get with it, I have checked online and there are only a handful available to download at the moment. I hope they bring more out soon or people will get bored very quickly. The mics do look very good at night and being wireless is great. Oh and after 4 hours of play my kids got me 335 gamer points, cool.
... I don't really like how compared it directly to Singstar.. Just seems a little unprofessional to me.
In all honesty you don't really need any of these games to have a sing along party. all you need is friends and Your music that you prefer to sing along to
I for one found a snake to be an obvious reference to a ring of fire... Here is how I got to it... Snake -> Bite -> Mike Tyson -> Funny Voice -> Mickey Mouse -> Eskimos -> Alaska -> Sarah Palin -> Russia -> Vodka -> This party i went to with this fine australian chick that liked vodka martinis -> australia -> pacific islands -> ring of fire... done... See obvious
Wait a minute. I have a doubt. So you sing all the time with the original singer voice in the background and there's no way of take it off??? WTF!