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- Two wireless interactive microphones
- Includes a diverse selection of songs
- Sing along with friends to music from their personal collections
- Download new tracks from Xbox LIVE Marketplace
- Play along using the standard Xbox 360 controller
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Keiichi Yano, celebrated developer behind some of the industry’s most beloved rhythm games, brings his vision of collaborative and social musical entertainment to Lips. The interactive motion-sensitive microphones make your party rock all night long and encourages players to toss apprehensions out the window and join the party.
- Two wireless interactive microphones - Featuring interactive motion sensors and lights, the microphones respond to singers’ actions and can be used as percussion accompaniments. With the freedom and encouragement provided by the wireless microphones, everyone can live their singing dreams in style.
- The best music - Lips includes a diverse selection of songs, including your favorite blasts from the past such as “Bust a Move” by Young MC, as well as new songs from breakout artists such as “Mercy” by Duffy and “Young Folks” by Peter Bjorn and John.
- Sing your music collection - Lips allows people to sing along with friends to music from their personal collections.
- Play along - Using the standard Xbox 360 controller, up to two people will be able to join the fun and choose from a variety of percussion accompaniment to play along with the music in Lips. By placing control of various tambourines, claps and of course the ubiquitous cowbell at the fingertips of anyone with a controller, creating a social entertainment experience for friends, co-workers and kids alike.
- Constant flow of new music - From the songs that will come with the game, to your own music collection and the ability to download new tracks from Xbox LIVE Marketplace, Lips will continually provide new music to bring people together and keep the party going.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wish they copied the above games more in terms of singing. I'll use karaoke Revolution as an example. As you sing, it's very easy to see the words as well as what pitch you're singing at because they have an easy to see arrow and if you notice that you need to sing higher or lower you can adjust. This is all while still being easy to see the words to the songs.
But on Lips, the words are totally separate from the pitch bar. So if you follow the words, it's hard to see the pitch bar unless you have fabulous peripheral vision. And if you follow the pitch bar, you better know the words beforehand. Plus, you see the glowing light of what pitch you're at but it's not as easy to follow as the arrow you see in Karaoke Revolution or Rock Band or Guitar Hero.
They make up for this fault by taking away all of the game aspect. there's no chance to fail. There's no difficulty level to choose. There's no computer audience to boo. So it feels like a karaoke machine rather than a game. But you don't get that sense of accomplishment the other games give where you feel like you match that pitch bar and feel like a singer.
They should also give you options of how the text and pitch bar scroll like in the other games. The best scrolling is Karaoke Revolution and Rock Band. Pretty each to read the text and pitch bar.
Guitar Hero/Band Hero is bad at scrolling text.Read more ›
Lips for the Xbox 360 takes in the appeal of what the Singstar! series had for the PS2, and brings in the appeal as a first for Xbox 360 players. While the game might seem like a gimmick, there actually is surprisingly more. You have the usuals like Singstar, from singing along to over 40 tracks that appeal from recent favorites like Duffy's Mercy and the extremely overexposed artist of 2008 Rihanna with Umbrella, to classics like The Jackson 5's ABC, and Everything She Does Is Magic by The Police. You also have the ability to download videos from the Xbox Live marketplace to add on to the fun. While the graphics and sound might feel like it is similar to Singstar!, as well as the concept of the downloadable content, what makes this unique to the gameplay is Lips secret weapon.
What makes the gameplay more unique is that you can plug in your MP3 player or Ipod, and connect it to the 360, and sing along to your favorite songs off their personal MP3 Players in the game as well. This feature makes the game a whole lot more exciting and addictive to the gameplay for parties everywhere.Read more ›
You can do 'battles' with another singer, but you can't choose your own avatar when you do. So, you both look like monsters, one skinny with green hair and the other fat with blue hair. It's also confusing to figure out who's who.
I feel this has so much promise, but it's not there yet. And the songs... not that many... we're still figuring the proper format to upload our own music.
I like that it has the original music videos for the songs it offers though.
If you don't have Rock Band 2 you may like to check that one out Rock Band 2
YOU MUST UNPLUG ALL USB MICROPHONES BEFORE STARTING LIPS!
One of the better gifts I gave this Christmas was Lips, though I have to admit I was hesitant to buy it after reading a couple mediocre reviews from gamespot and kotaku. Most of the negativity seems to revolve around the music import tool, allowing you to import your own MP3's, WMA's and M4A's from a connected thumb drive, music player (haven't tried the iPod yet, sorry), and even through a wireless connected media center! It sounds like a good idea, but one reviewer pointed out "importing thousands of my own songs was...largely useless. You don't get lyrics..." Not so. Forget proper karaoke for a moment - if you love just singing along with your favorite tunes but lack a legitimate excuse to grab a mic and rock out, Lips offers exactly that. Matching the music's waveform earns you the same points and fills the mic-gesture-gauge just as though the song were part of the game. It's a blast and we love it! Even if you decide not to import your own music, there's plenty to purchase online with full lyrics and music videos. Unfortunately, with only 40 tracks on disc, you'll find that if you DON'T add to the library at all, you'll quickly tire of repeating yourself.
Besides the library, the game itself offers a lot over its sing-along competition. The interface alone is super-slick, displaying album art for each song during music selection, and overall the whole experience is tailored for group play. Players can sing simultaneously in versus mode, or take turns with phrases and harmonies in duet mode. There's even a few party game modes (vocal fighters, Kiss, and Time Bomb) which can be activated by selecting them as the songs background video.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Could be my sound system but the mics never worked very well. My roommate said she couldn't hear anything and was a total bummer about the whole thing, which I bought for her. Read morePublished 3 months ago by AMoore
Now you can't buy songs on the lips because they discontinued it and I really wished they didn't do thatPublished 10 months ago by tattie lawton
This was fun at first, but no new songs in a few years. They seem to have given up on this product. I would not buy it now. Thanks again for letting us down-MicrosoftPublished 16 months ago by Michael Marler
This product was good until a few months later the mics stopped working.Published 22 months ago by susan flores