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SingStar: Legends

aka: SingStar: Legendat

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Good Game (9 out of 10)

Yep – it’s a solid improvement over the last one – they’re back to 30 songs instead of 20, and they’re all GOOD, no lemons. I gotta say I’m not a Singstar man either but Legends is undeniably a good addition to a Singstar collection, 9/10 BA-GOCK! From me.

Nov 14th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

GameCell UK (9 out of 10)

Singstar Legends is exactly what you want in a Karaoke game: Something to play with mates or with the family, but above all else is something that everyone can join in on. If you hate people or publicly humiliating yourself in front of friends then obviously this won’t be for you but if you fancy something different than going down the pub and listening to the local Diva-wannabe try her hardest to hit that high note in “Can’t Fight The Moonlight” then you should definitely get this.

Nov 12th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Jolt (UK) (8.7 out of 10)

SingStar Legends does absolutely nothing to advance a series which admittedly doesn’t really need advancing, but carries with it the finest selection of tracks since SingStar ‘80s. If you’re a fan of the series, this is quite simply an essential purchase which will help you to get the bad memory of Anthems out of your head. Newcomers should also seriously consider jumping in here too as, particularly with Christmas on the way, the classic tracklist will hold appeal for all the old farts who’ll no doubt be pitching up during the holidays. And if that means you might not have to whip out Buzz to get them interested, that can only be a good thing...

Dec 2nd, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Futuregamez.net (84 out of 100)

SingStar Legends is very similar to the previous games in terms of game modes however the track list is the best to date. Ultimately SingStar Legends is better then SingStar 80's, the previous best pack in the series. We found the songs a bit more consistent in quality. As with previous releases SingStar Legends is available in two flavours, one for $99.95 for those needing the microphones, or $49.95 for the standalone software. If you've never played SingStar there is no better time to start. If you've already got the mics there is no reason not to pick this disc up.

Nov 21st, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Boomtown (8 out of 10)

Overall SingStar Legends is one of the better releases in the series. The variety and quality of songs is the finest Sony has given us, though of course that sort of judgement comes down to personal taste.

Nov 6th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Gamer Within (8 out of 10)

Ultimately, the level of enjoyment that you’ll gain out of SingStar Legends rests solely on your interest in the tracks offered. If you’re a fan of karaoke and Sony’s singing series in particular, you’re bound to be pleased with the collection of tracks on offer. Kids will likely be able to drag their parents onto the microphone with the collection on offer here, as there’s some sure fire classics here that’ll more than likely get them interested. As said earlier, it’s difficult to fault this latest offering, as the enjoyment you’ll gain is only marred by your willingness to embarrass yourself in front of a mic and the number of friends you can get around to share the fun.

Nov 6th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Eurogamer.net (UK) (8 out of 10)

It's impossible to escape the obvious conclusion about Singstar Legends - this is the perfect Christmas game. Just as Buzz was a fantastic way to get the family together around the telly last Christmas, Legends fills precisely the same gap. With songs catering for multiple generations and all manner of tastes, and a disc packed with excellent tracks and none of the filler which has polluted previous Singstar releases, Legends is perfect family Christmas fare... And that, perhaps, is another statement you never thought you'd hear about a videogame. It's not exactly the gaming equivalent of It's A Wonderful Life - but it's still something that many families will greatly enjoy a copy of over the festive season, and for karaoke fans building up a collection of Singstar discs, it's an essential addition. Sure, it may be nothing new - but for doing something old almost perfectly, we have no problem with justifying a high score.

Nov 1st, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Silicon-Fusion.com (8 out of 10)

If you like to sing and show others that you know your music, this is for you. As a bonus feature, the game can also be used as an educational tool for those youngsters who have never heard songs such as Bowie's 'Life on Mars'.

Nov 14th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

AceGamez (8 out of 10)

There really isn't much to the whole SingStar concept and while some will bemoan the lack of thought and effort that goes into such a randomly flung together package, there's no denying that SingStar Legends is a whole lot of fun. Nothing has changed on a technological front, sure - but with a cracking set of songs covering a broad array of genres, generations and a satisfyingly eclectic range of artists, you'd have to be The Grinch himself not to find any joy with this when the big day comes. In fact, forget The Grinch - SingStar's going to steal Christmas this year.

Nov 9th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Good Game (8 out of 10)

So, look it’s not really my fave game but with in the right place with some mates I have had fun with Singstar and I reckon this collection would get a party going – so it’s a solid 8 rubbers from me..

Nov 14th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

4Players.de (80 out of 100)

Gewisse Abnutzungserscheinungen sind nicht ausgeschlossen - mittlerweile vergeht ja kaum ein Monat ohne einen SingStar-Release. Nichtsdestotrotz hat Legends Qualitäten, die den beiden Vorgängern abgingen: eine gute Song-Auswahl und gute Singbarkeit derselben! Zwar sind wieder einige knifflige Tracks dabei (Unchained Melody, Roxanne - und Smells like Teen Spirit, wegen der Schreierei), aber im Großen und Ganzen bietet die Sammlung für jede Stimmlage etwas. Vielleicht nicht gerade »The world's greatest Hits«, wie der Werbetext vollmundig verheißt, aber eine kompetente, erwachsene, gut durchmischte Sammlung - auch wenn Beiträge wie Xavier Naidoo und die Söhne Mannheims genauso gut in diese Liste passen wie Dieter Bohlen in ein Lesbencamp. Legends wäre im Grunde ein schöner, runder Abschluss der Herumgesingstarerei auf der PS2 - aber irgendwie glaube ich nicht daran.

Nov 5th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Playstation Illustrated (75 out of 100)

The short and long of a SingStar review is this - should you buy this song pack, which is essentially what each new SingStar PS2 release is. You need to look at the song list and see if these songs are what you are looking for. If so, and you like SingStar's interface, then it's a no-brainer. If you don't like the song list, then stay away from SingStar Legends since there's no downloadable content to be found on the PS2 versions, so what you see is what you get. Here's a cheat sheet song list to help you decide.

Nov 2008 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Gaming Age (B)

If you are a Sing Star fanatic, then you will have little choice but to buy this collection of 30 songs to add to the ever growing list of Sing Star titles sitting on your self at the moment. Just expect the same routine with new songs and you will be pleased with the result. If you are ready for a new experience, you may want to finally upgrade to that PS3 now...you have my permission.

Nov 11th, 2008 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Cheat Code Central (3.7 out of 5)

SingStar Legends is a karaoke title that takes some of the most iconic and memorable songs from the past fifty years and lets you try your best to sing along. While this title is essentially the same in form and function as others in the SingStar franchise, its expansive catalog definitely sets it apart and makes it one of the most genre-inclusive titles to date. So, if you think you’ve got the chops to sing with icons like Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, and James Brown, then SingStar Legends will definitely keep you singing long into the evening!

Nov 2008 · PlayStation 2 · read review

PAL Gaming Network (PALGN) (7 out of 10)

Despite our complaints, Singstar Legends is a thoroughly enjoyable game. The tracklist is easily one of the best out of all the expansions and there are bound to be plenty of songs for everybody, no matter what your age or sex. Just like the previous Singstar titles, Singstar Legends is the ideal game to keep your party guests occupied. The first time you pick up Legends you’ll be overwhelmed by the choice, but the appeal of the game certainly does wane. Still, with one of the best Singstar track lists yet, if you’ve been holding back then it’s definitely the time to take the plunge.

Nov 8th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Gameplanet ( )

You won't find any groundbreaking new features on SingStar Legends, however all the essentials are onboard, along with an excellent tracklist which offers something for everyone. Overall it ranks as one of our top three in the series; well worth bringing along to liven up your end of year office party or family get-together.

Dec 7th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

Jeuxvideo.com (12 out of 20)

Avec Legends, Sony nous propose un Singstar de plus qui n'a pour lui que ses trente nouveaux morceaux. Pas de nouveaux modes de jeu, pas d'évolution au niveau de la reconnaissance du ton, du timbre et du rythme de la voix, bref, rien de bien neuf sous le soleil. Comme d'habitude, on vous conseillera donc d'acheter uniquement si vous appréciez les titres de la tracklist.

Dec 7th, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review


There have been no changes to the GUI or any of the game play dynamics. The songs do seem to be a lot more difficult in terms of scoring. Another thing to mention about this version of the game is that you will recognise nearly every song, as opposed to the developers throwing in a couple of strange songs that nobody has ever heard of before.

Dec 3rd, 2006 · PlayStation 2 · read review

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Critic reviews added by beetle120, Solid Flamingo, Patrick Bregger, Wizo, Jeanne.