Let's Sing ABBA
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Do you like ABBA? Do you like singing along with ABBA songs? Then you will love Let's Sing Presents ABBA, which is really just the same Let's Sing game we've been playing for years, this time with ABBA songs. Personally, I've been having a blast with this one, as the track list is deep, the songs are catchy, and the singing – as always – is bad. Nothing revolutionary, but good times all around.
As a group, Abba sits alongside only a handful of the world's biggest acts - The Beatles, Queen, and perhaps only a couple of others - with the cross-generational, mainstream appeal to support a multiplayer music game like this. We'd wager even non-aficionados will be drawn in by the sheer strength of this most familiar and indestructible of pop music songbooks, and the variety of modes here, machine-tooled over many years of iteration and repetition for the long-running Let's Sing series, offer enough variety to engage just about anyone who's ever tapped their foot to any of these tracks, Developer Voxler took absolutely no chances here; Let's Sing Abba is exactly what you think it is. And for that, we were thankful.
Ultimately, whether or not you should pick up Let’s Sing ABBA unsurprisingly depends on how much you love the band’s music. The game itself is presented well, as ever, and there’s a decent range of modes. But the only things that are genuinely new here are the music tracks and the avatars. And so, if you want to sing your heart out with hits such as Knowing Me, Knowing You or Money, Money, Money, you can’t go wrong. But if not, why are you even reading this review?
Let's Sing is back with Let's Sing Presents ABBA, a themed edition about the iconic Swedish pop band. 31 themes and several -and already well-known- game modes await us to enjoy this edition. We once again highlight the versatility offered by the Voxler title for the necessary microphone accessory. If we follow the Let's Sing franchise, and we like ABBA or at least its catchy and quite popular songs catch our attention, this edition becomes essential.
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