Love is a weird and unstoppable force, Undertoads.
It can make you do crazy things. Things like watch Meg Ryan movies and buy expensive crap
and dress like a douche. But one thing it doesn’t do…is make you stalk someone from
balsam cover. That’s the effect of pure lust. I guess
you could say she was pining for me. This is the third Karaoke Revolution Glee
game. This is Volume 3, which implies the existence of two prior volumes. Now, we’ve
already reviewed the first one. That game came out about a year ago, and that’s why
I’m a bit perplexed that this—again, just a year later—is the third volume. So if the question is, “If three Glee games
fall in the forest in a single year, does Derek notice?”, then the answer is, “No.
He doesn’t. Unless he’s being stalked in the forest by a really attractive young
woman with a spectacular set of…vocal chords.” In fact, it’s time for our duet. Like the first game, Karaoke Revolution Glee:
Vol. 3 is a simple karaoke game with songs from the television show. There are 35 songs
on the disc—more than any prior Karaoke Revolution Glee—and you sing those songs
as footage from the show plays behind the lyrics. It all works fine, so basically…I
mean, you probably already know if you’re going to like this game or not. It’s a really fun game for parties, though.
I mean, how could it not be? I’m singing this stuff by myself, and I’m having a great
time. But there are multiplayer modes for up to six players. So your singing parties
don’t have to be a solo affair like mine. But you know, this game does exactly what
it sets out to do. It gives Glee fans a stage to shine upon that isn’t their shower. It’s
also a pretty solid party game by default, so for what it is, Karaoke Revolution Glee:
Vol. 3 definitely hits the note. Unlike me.