Glee‘s still doing well, which means Konami isn’t about to forget about the profitable Karaoke Revolution Glee games. On the contrary, the developer and publisher has decided that it’s time to step it up a notch. Previously, the Karaoke Revolution Glee series has been a Wii exclusive. That will all change with Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3, as it’ll be appearing on the Wii and Xbox 360 on November 22, 2011.
So, Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3 pretty much follows the same formula as the previous two games. Clips from the show play on the screen while players sing along with the lyrics that scroll along the bottom. There are a few multiplayer modes, with players able to sing cooperatively and competitively.
What has changed a bit is the track list. Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3 gets into the second season’s song, and has the biggest track list of any Karaoke Revolution Glee game yet. Of course, 35 songs still isn’t awesome, but it’s better than the first two games which only had 29 and 20 songs.
Here are the 13 tracks revealed so far.
- “Dog Days are Over”
- “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”
- “Don’t Stop”
- “Just the Way You Are”
- “Loser Like Me”
- “Losing My Religion”
- “Only the Good Die Young”
- “P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)”
- “The Time Warp”
In this case, the Xbox 360 version will probably be the version to get. The songs from the first two games will be released as DLC and there will be online leaderboards for each song. Plus there’ll be HD video, but most people are paying more attention to the lyrics while they’re singing than the background video playing on screen.
Karaoke Revolution Glee: Volume 3 will be released as a stand-alone game or bundled with a microphone for both systems. Right now, prices are only available for the Wii versions, with the former being $39.99 and later $49.99.