For a game full of brutalities and gruesome deaths, Mortal Kombat X still managed to surprise me last weekend with one specific scene. You wanna see it, right?
Yes, yes, simmer down, I know you were all dying for another installment of konsole karaoke. Happily, the ESRB issued another of its fabulous spoiler alerts, letting us know we'll be wailing along with one-hit wonders sometime soon.
Microsoft makes searching for downloadable songs for your rhythm games much easier today, with the introduction of individualized music game stores covering all the major music games.
Microsoft has confirmed the final lineup for Lips: Number One Hits, the sequel to the Inis-developed karaoke game that hit the Xbox 360 last year. You'll be able to tap into your inner Lady Gaga and MC Hammer this October.
Ever wonder how many Americans played a music game during the month of April? Well, we can tell you. 25 million Americans played a music game during the month of April.
Microsoft is taking the wireless microphone from their Lips and sending it packing, making its increased game support even more appealing by releasing it on its own this fall.
It's barely been six months since the release of Lips, Microsoft's shameless swipe at SingStar's karaoke crown. And now, with E3 just around the corner, it seems it's already time for another Lips game.
Microsoft's karaoke game Lips adds a ton of new music this month, but none quite as impressive as the New Edition Song Pack.
March brings a slew of fixes, features, and fan favorites to the Xbox 360 karaoke game Lips, with an early March title update delivering improved scoring and international leaderboards, just in time for Coldplay.
The classic 1980 film Xanadu finally gets some video game loving, as Microsoft announce Olivia Newton John's "Magic" as part of their Valentine's Day downloadable content for karaoke game Lips.
With nine new songs from the likes of Fallout Boy, The Pussycat Dolls, and The Righteous Brothers due out in January, the Lips song catalog should exceed 70 songs by month's end.
Lips is getting its DLC act together, with Microsoft today announcing a raft of new tracks to be made available over the next few weeks. Most suck. But not all. There's still Bobby Brown.
Distressed clothes seller Urban Outfitters is running a contest for free Xbox 360s and a copies of Lips.
Let's get this out of the way now. Yes, Lips is a shameless rip-off of Sony's massively-successful SingStar franchise.
While Singstar's holiday fare is fairly Christmas-centric, Microsoft's Lips takes the more politically correct path, offering up a little something made out of clay to help balance out the holiday cheer.