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The Voice

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Nov 25, 2016
Xbox OneNov 25, 2016
Wii UNov 25, 2016

Publisher: Bigben Interactive

Genre: Music

Full Playlist:
Coldplay - ‘A Sky Full of Stars’
Leona Lewis - ‘Bleeding Love’
James Blunt - ‘Bonfire Heart’
Ariana Grande feat. Zedd - ‘Break Free’
George Ezra - ‘Budapest’
Dexy’s Midnight Runners - ‘Come on Eileen’
Queen - ‘Don't Stop Me Now’
Simple Minds - ‘Don’t You (Forget About Me)’
Owl City - ‘Fireflies’
Blondie - ‘Heart Of Glass’
The Lumineers - ‘Ho Hey’
James Bay - ‘Hold Back the River’
Jess Glynne - ‘Hold My Hand’
Culture Club - ‘Karma Chameleon’
Olly Murs - ‘Kiss Me’
Chic - ‘Le Freak’
Of Monsters And Men - ‘Little Talks’
Bruno Mars - ‘Locked Out of Heaven’
John Newman - ‘Love Me Again’
En Vogue - ‘My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)’
Kaiser Chiefs - ‘Never Miss a Beat’
Paloma Faith - ‘Picking Up the Pieces’
Imagine Dragons - ‘Radioactive’
Kaiser Chiefs - ‘Ruby’
Years & Years - ‘Shine’
Justin Bieber - ‘Sorry’
a-ha - ‘Take On Me’
Bonnie Tyler - ‘Total Eclipse Of The Heart’
Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars - ‘Uptown Funk’
Avicii - ‘Wake Me Up’
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The Voice Game - Launch Trailer

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Reviews

Push Square

4 / 10
Push Square

The Voice may have the advantage of branding and licensing, but in terms of gameplay it hits a bum note. The song selection is quite good and has quite a bit of variation, but the fact that only two players can sing simultaneously really detracts from the concept of it being a party game, and the Show mode feels no different to any other karaoke game option.

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Cubed3

8 / 10
Cubed3

With something for everyone, The Voice is the must-buy karaoke game on Xbox One. The karaoke is well programmed and the gamification of it using points, among other incentives, will keep players coming back time and time again. The full asking price may strike non-music fans as a bit steep, yet for those who relish the genre, there is no question that it's worth it. It's a fleshed-out package that provides for multiple generations of music fans with a solid and recommendable experience.

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