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|Release Date: ||02 April 2010|
Sometimes, you just have to let the emotions go and break out into song. Much better to do that in the company of others with karaoke than out in the street, don't you think? Lips is one of those games that has provided countless hours of vocal-belting mayhem, and this latest edition takes things into an era that everyone can dance and sing to – the eighties.
Cheesy music and a lack of fashion sense was all you needed back then – as they say, it was acceptable in that decade. Lips: I Love The 80s takes you to a time when Rick Astley's 'Never Gonna Give You Up' was a legitimate pop song, and neon leg warmers were all the rage.
40 truly retro songs from the decade can be found in this pack, including 'Video Killed The Radio Star' by The Buggles, 'Let's Dance' by David Bowie, 'Rio' by Duran Duran, 'Don't You Want Me' by Human League, 'Celebration' by Kool & The Gang and 'Tainted Love' by Soft Cell. Even Blondie, Spandau Ballet, Culture Club and Dexy's Midnight Runners can be selected and sung to in this latest Lips game.
Get into that singing feeling with a couple of the wireless microphones for the Xbox 360, with all of the traditional multiplayer modes present and correct. And of course, this game is compatible with past versions of Lips too so you can expand your karaoke collection.
- Number of players: 1-4
- Development Company: iNiS
- Software House: Microsoft Game Studios
- Video Dimensions: 2D
- Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
- Point Of View: Static screen