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Post by trog @ 05:54pm 17/04/09 | 2 Comments
Sony have just confirmed the Australian release date for the brand new SingStar Wireless microphones (RRP AU$79.95) and the new SingStar Pop Edition (RRP AU$59.95) for both PlayStation 2 and 3:
With full focus on the SingStar community, members were asked to trial the new Wireless SingStar Microphones and offer their feedback. An amazing 99% of participants rated their microphones as ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’, while SingStar community member Stuart from the UK said “Wireless Mics kick ass!”
You might remember Stuart from such other Internet comments such as "it sux0rs" and "u r a noob".

SingStar Pop Edition has a bunch of great tracks, including Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer, Queen – Bohemian Rhapsody, Kings Of Leon – Sex On Fire and The Police – Every Little Thing She Does - amongst others. Check the press release for the full set list and more information.

Oh yeh, and Sony were nice enough to send us through a preview pack with a couple of mikes and the game today. We'll have a more in-depth review up soon but in the meantime if you want to check out the mikes, we've got some photos up for your viewing pleasure.



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mongie
Posted 12:49pm 18/4/09
Oh yeh, and Sony were nice enough to send us through a preview pack with a couple of mikes and the game today.


Oh snap. You must have had mixed feelings considering how much you dislike them as a company :D
trog
Posted 01:36pm 18/4/09
most of my disdain comes from the consumer electronics and music parts; game wise they're harder to fault
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