SingStar - Solus (PS2)
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Paulina Bozek - Senior Producer". Skillset. Archived from the original on 3 December 2007 . Retrieved 10 December 2007. Makuch, Eddie (14 January 2018). "Game Of The Year Nominees Announced For DICE Awards". GameSpot . Retrieved 18 January 2018. SingStar is a competitive karaoke game for the PlayStation 3, and is a follow-up to the PlayStation 2 SingStar series. SingStar is developed by London Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. This is the first SingStar game for the PS3.
No matter how you shake it, this is the end of an era. Sony will also be shutting down online services for Driveclub, Driveclub VR and Driveclub Bikes on March 31, 2020, but Driveclub didn't make or break your birthday party, did it? a b Broomhall, John (3 April 2008). "Heard About: SingStar PS3". Develop Magazine . Retrieved 19 April 2008.Mastrapa, Gus (July 21, 2008). "SingStar (PS3)". The A.V. Club. Archived from the original on July 24, 2008 . Retrieved December 18, 2017. The first game in the series, SingStar, was released in Europe and Oceania in 2004. As of 2008 [update], over twenty games in the SingStar series have been released in English-speaking territories,  including a small number in North America. Sliwinski, Alexander (19 October 2006). "British gay gamers get pitched". Joystiq . Retrieved 12 December 2007.
Last but not least on our list of the best PS2 accessories, we have the favourite gadget of drunk gamers and karaoke enthusiasts everywhere. Singstar was a huge success for the PS2; finally you could sing badly in the comfort of your own home without everyone in a pub or club hearing you! invENTS at Manning Gottlieb OMD develops groundbreaking TV sponsorship campaign for SingStar on PlayStation 2" (Press release). MTV Networks. August 2007 . Retrieved 12 December 2007.a b "Get ready for SingStar on the XMB!". Sony Entertainment Europe. 23 October 2012 . Retrieved 18 January 2013.
a b c Carless, Simon (2 September 2005). "Postcard from GDC Europe 2005: SingStar - That's Entertainment". Gamasutra . Retrieved 11 December 2007. Van Leuveren, Luke (6 December 2007). "Australian Singstar Store launches". PALGN. Archived from the original on 18 January 2008 . Retrieved 10 December 2007.Alexander, Leigh (2008-02-21). "GDC: SingStar Sings Praise For In-Game Commerce". Gamasutra . Retrieved 2010-03-29. In autumn 2012, SingStar was made as free-to-play, via a then-free SingStar application included in the PlayStation 3 software update.  New features included the ability to use the PlayStation Eye as a microphone, and new Trophies. Songs can be played from PlayStation 2 and PlayStation 3 retail discs (but cannot be copied onto the Hard Drive), as well as songs bought from the SingStore.