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Publisher: Konami Digital Entertainment - America
Developer:
Harmonix Music Systems
Release Date:
Fall 2005
Platform(s):
PlayStation ® 2 Xbox ® Nintendo GameCube™
ESRB Rating:
Not Yet Rated
Genre:
Music
Multiplayer:
1 - 8 Players

Karaoke Revolution Party (working title) goes multi-platform for the first time and e xpands upon what has already made the series a popular hit. Featuring the largest library of songs ever released in a Karaoke Revolution game, the newest title in the groundbreaking music series will let karaoke crooners sing with – and compete against – friends with expanded multiplayer and party modes that are sure to enhance any party. Singing won't be enough this year as Karaoke Revolution Party (working title) supports the Dance Dance Revolution dance pad peripheral for a "Sing & Dance" mode which combines Konami's groundbreaking music franchises into one unique gameplay experience. Additionally, Karaoke Revolution Party (working title) provides support for Xbox Live ® and the EyeToy™ USB Camera (for PlayStation®2) – delivering the ultimate interactive karaoke experience for the entire family.

Key Features:

•  Largest song list yet with 50 all-new classic favorites like "Sweet Caroline" and "Do You Really Want To Hurt Me" and today's hottest hits like "Crazy in Love" and "I Don't Wanna Be"

•  New "Sing & Dance" mode supports the DDR dance pad and combines Karaoke Revolution with Dance Dance Revolution gameplay for a unique new gameplay experience

•  Expanded multiplayer and party modes including a variety of vocal tournaments and mini games

•  All-new character customization where players can select a body shape and additional features including hair, clothes, accessories and character-specific items

•  A new unlock and award system where players can receive constant rewards for their progress including new unlockable songs, venues, characters, accessories

•  Support of the EyeToy Camera puts players in the game – giving the ability to watch their performance on big video screens within the concert venues.

•  Support of Xbox Live allows players to expand their karaoke song library by downloading additional songs.

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