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Release Dates

11/18/08 Microsoft
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11/21/08 Microsoft

Community Stats

Owners: 55
Tracked: 0
Wishlist: 0
Now Playing: 1

Summary

Microsoft takes to a whole new stage with Lips, an all-new music franchise exclusively for Xbox 360®. Lips is the only singing game offering wireless motion sensitive microphones and the ability to sing from your own collection of DRM-free songs. Start channeling your favorite pop star because it's you, your friends, and most importantly, your music that makes this the ultimate party experience this holiday. Keiichi Yano, celebrated developer behind some of the industry's most beloved rhythm games, brings his vision of collaborative and social musical entertainment to the first and only singing game offering interactive sound effects and the music to make your party rock all night long. Toss your apprehensions out the window and join the party.

  • Two wireless interactive microphones: Featuring stylish interactive motion sensors and lights, the microphones respond to the singer's actions and can be utilized as percussion accompaniments. With the freedom and encouragement provided by the high quality wireless microphones, everyone can live out their singing dreams in style.
  • The best music: Lips ships with a diverse selection of songs, including your favorite blasts from the past like "Bust a Move" by Young MC, as well as new songs from breakout artists like "Mercy" by Duffy, and "Young Folks" by Peter Bjorn and John.
  • Sing to your music collection: Customize your experience with the songs that matter most by singing along with friends to any DRM-free music from your own personal collection.
  • Play along: Using the standard Xbox 360 controller, up to four people can join the fun and choose from a variety of percussion accompaniments to play along. By placing control of various tambourines, claps, and of course, the ubiquitous cowbell, at the finger tips of anyone with a controller, you have a social entertainment experience for friends, family, and kids alike!
  • Constant flow of new music: From the songs that come with the game, to your own music collection, and the ability to download new tracks from Xbox LIVE® Marketplace, Lips continuously provides new music to bring people together and keep the party going.
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Critic Review Added to Database 09tarheel 13th Oct 2009
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Game Information Updated dsister44 21st Jun 2009
Game Banner Added to Database Seece 29th May 2009
Game Banner Added to Database Seece 28th May 2009
Boxart Added oliist 27th May 2009

Sales History

Total Sales
0.00m
Japan
0.12m
NA
0.56m
Europe
0.10m
Others
0.77m
Total
1 n/a 3,719 15,720 3,215 22,654
2 n/a 6,743 25,271 5,304 37,318
3 n/a 5,188 33,728 6,407 45,323
4 n/a 6,450 43,009 8,139 57,598
5 n/a 7,117 47,973 9,066 64,156
6 n/a 5,460 40,584 7,571 53,615
7 n/a 2,305 18,118 3,356 23,779
8 n/a 1,638 10,906 2,063 14,607
9 n/a 1,305 7,014 1,372 9,691
10 n/a 1,139 5,939 1,168 8,246

Opinion (74)

Seece posted 14/12/2010, 02:11
700k!
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Bagaren85 posted 07/12/2009, 05:43
magik:

You dont know much, right?
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ArcticGabe posted 06/11/2009, 01:00
Finally half a million...
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NKAJ posted 19/07/2009, 03:04
what magik said is kinda true but in a way thats to be expected because there basic genres...they have to have a singing game
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Adobo posted 12/07/2009, 08:17
awesome for party and karaoke lovers!
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AaronSOLDIER posted 04/07/2009, 12:28
@StanGable

Oh yeah, because Microsoft invented the FPS genre, and WTF? Crash Bandicoot is a platformer, but thats where the similarities end, Mario and Crash are 2 very different platformers.

You keep telling yourself M$ is original...
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