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This Karaoke Revolution title is the seventh in the series of J-Pop music which adds yet another 50 titles, thus expanding the total number of j-pop tracks to 350 from the beginning of the series. The gameplay remains unchanged to its predecessors and basically brings you a karaoke at home which can be played by either a USB microphone or USB headset.

The game offers several different gameplay modes such as Revolution and Stage Challenge where you need to sing as is supposed to in order to avoid game over screen, Team Battle which lets 4, 6, or 8 players go in 2 vs 2, 3 vs 3, or 4 vs 4 battles by naming their groups, selecting and naming their characters and pick to songs to try on against each other, and Audition mode which is a story mode which plays as a short visual novel in between singing, where the player selects one of the four characters trying to enter the music company by auditioning.

During karaoke singing, player can see only the lyrics or additionally display one's current score in real-time. Background animations during lyrics can be toggled on and off in game options. Any song can be fast-forwarded during playback if you wish to sing particular part or just skip the instrumental pauses.

Volume 7 of J-Pop best features these tracks:
  • 3B Lab. - "Present"
  • C-C-B - "Romantic ga Tomaranai"
  • Chemistry - "Floatin'"
  • Chemistry - "Motherland"
  • Chemistry - "Naturally Ours"
  • Chemistry - "Point of No Return" (Ketsumeishi no Remix.)
  • Chemistry - "Still Echo"
  • Chemistry - "Two"
  • Chemistry - "Us"
  • Chemistry - "Ashita e Kaeru"
  • Chemistry - "My Way"
  • Chemistry - "Aishisugite"
  • Chemistry - "Aikagi"
  • Chemistry meets S.O.S. - "My Gift to You"
  • Hiro - "Baby Don't Cry"
  • Kinki Kids - "To Heart"
  • Kinki Kids - "Kanashimi Blue"
  • Kinki Kids - "Jet Coaster Romance"
  • Kinki Kids - "Flower"
  • Kinki Kids - "Boku no Senaka ni wa Hane ga Aru"
  • Kinki Kids - "Aisareru yori Aishitai"
  • Kinki Kids - "Ai no Katamari"
  • Kinki Kids - "Eien no Bloods"
  • Kinki Kids - "Kokoro ni Yume wo Kimi ni wa Ai wo"
  • Kinki Kids - "Ao no Jidai"
  • Kinki Kids - "Zenbu Dakishimete"
  • Kinki Kids - "Hakka Candy"
  • SMAP - "Dynamite"
  • SMAP - "Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana" (Single Version)
  • SMAP - "Boku wa Kimi wo Tsureteyuku"
  • V6 - "Mejirushi no Kioku"
  • Ketsumeishi - "A Session Please"
  • Ketsumeishi - "Natsu no Omoide"
  • Namie Amuro - "Chase the Chance"
  • Hikaru Udata - "Addicted to You"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Can You Keep a Secret?"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Distance"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Final Distance"
  • Hikaru Utada - "In My Room"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Letters"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Movin' on without You"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Wait & See: Risk"
  • Hikaru Utada - "Uso Mitai na I Love You"
  • Mika Nakashima - "Amazing Grace" (Album Version)
  • Mika Nakashima - "Love Addict"
  • Ken Hirai - "Even if"
  • Ken Hirai - "Kiss of Life"
  • Ken Hirai - "Ring"
  • Ken Hirai - "Rakuen"
  • Arashi - "Tomadoinagara"


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Alternate Titles

  • "カラオケレボリューション J-POPベスト vol.7" -- Japanese spelling

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MAT (186875) added Karaoke Revolution: J-Pop Best - vol.7 (PlayStation 2) on Oct 01, 2017