Discussion in 'Sony' started by imdaly, Oct 31, 2007.
The game has never been big in America, well previous iterations failed to catch on like it has in Europe (millions per iteration) so oh well. Maybe the integrated online store will help push the game in America, granted now they have the same problem as other music games, how to justify a sequel? But then again they might never make another proper Singstar Sequel and just iterate upon this one.
SingStar is supposed to be a system seller?
In Europe anyway, granted it was successful on a much lower barrier of entry PS2. Still 399 helps, certainly more then 499 did.
I work at a Toys R Us and dont think we've ever sold a single copy of Singstar...yet they keep sending us dozens of copies of the new versions
oh well, then I guess being delayed in the US is no big deal. At least Europe gets it
Singstar is one of those games over in Europe that really opens the market up. It will help shift systems. The previous games have been a huge success, and this type of party game in general goes down really well in Europe.
do you own any of them? I was really surprised about hearing Singstar being a system seller bc its not big at all here in the US. Ive never played one nor do I have a desire to
I was looking forward to this game. I'm the kind of person who likes things like the Wii and EyeToy and whatnot
americans like music games....especiallly ddr.........i didnt know that watching people dance like a ****** to techno could be so hilarious ............but yeah sing stars not a big deal in the states ...so i guess delay or no delay not that big of a deal............