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Does anybody actually play Lips? Even when it was new on the market, the only person I knew to actually have spent any significant time with the game was Anthony Burch. Here's how that turned out in case you missed it. Micros...
It looks like those Xbox LIVE individual music stores that have been teased since the last update are finally hitting today. Microsoft has announced that stores for Rock Band, Lips, and Guitar Hero should be available for dow...
Lips. It’s a Microsoft-published karaoke videogame. The object of the videogame is to blow into a glowing microphone while a real song plays in the background. More air equals more points. Earned points can then be used...
I really dig singing games, but I will admit that I never got around to picking up Lips for the 360. What can I say -- I know I don't listen to much of the norm when it comes to popular music, but I just wasn't that attracted...


If you know me, you know that I love me some karaoke. I also own Lips, but admittedly haven't played it since some time last year. But they keep pumping out downloadable content for it, so someone must be playing it. Right? T...
Remember a while back when we discovered that Lips Uno had been trademarked? Looks like that little revelation did indeed herald the arrival of a new Lips sequel, with Lips: Number One Hits announced today by Microsoft. As yo...
We all know that LIPS was a huge runaway success that brought the casual crowd to Microsoft, draining the Wii of its fanbase and driving Nintendo into bankruptcy. Based upon that interstellar smash hit, it's hardly surprising...
I've been playing Guitar Hero: Metallica on the Xbox 360 for the past few days (review incoming!), and I'm kind of wondering why no one told me -- the wireless microphones that shipped with Microsoft's karaoke game Lips work ...
For the Xbox 360's first foray into the karaoke game genre, Lips wasn't too bad a start. However, there was one huge problem -- you didn't have to sing at all to win the game, which more or less countered the game's entire ex...
While Lips certainly might not be the end-all, be-all of karaoke or music games, the microphones are damned nice. For one, they're wireless. They also have a nice weight to them. And, best of all, they light up. Unfortun...
The whole idea of Xbox Live Microsoft Points is arbitrary in and of itself, but when you get the publisher making up different pretend prices for the same DLC, the whole scenario becomes blatant in its ridiculousness. This is...
You guys playing Microsoft and iNiS' karaoke game Lips? I have to admit that Rock Band is still my musical party game of choice -- surprise! But since Harmonix and MTV Games refuse to put any Pussycat Dolls into their game, I...
Yesterday, I bought my girlfriend Lips. It’s a karaoke game in the SingStar mold, developed by the brilliant minds at iNiS Corp., most notably tied to the Elite Beat Agents and Gitaroo Man. I’m not much of a singe...
Microsoft and iNiS are keeping their pledge of frequent downloadable content for the hottest (and funniest) karaoke game to date, Lips. Fans of the game will have the opportunity to download 14 songs over the next few weeks s...
I would kill a faceless stranger to have a mic like the above image for Rock Band. And, when I get the death penalty due to my utter lack of remorse, I'd demand to be buried with it.A few weeks ago, we learned that the wirele...
Christmas? We'll be having none of that, son. It's "Holidays" on Xbox Live, and that of course involves an obligatory Hanukkah reference so that nobody thinks you're racist. LIPS is getting some "Holiday Music&...
The iNiS Corp-developed karaoke title Lips should be available in stores today, and with it Microsoft has revealed the first batch of downloadable content for the Xbox 360 exclusive. Starting tomorrow, November 21, Micro...
[video]111721:735[/video]After playing SingStar for twelve hours in the name of charity, I must confess that I've gained a new appreciation for singing games. It's little wonder, then, that I am actually looking forward to Mi...
I don't want to laud myself as a singing game expert or anything, but I must admit that I'm eying Microsoft's casual-gamer bait Lips with a measure of curiosity. It's quite clear that MS expects Lips to net it some of the mai...