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 you may have already guessed, Number One Hits is a game full of number one hits, from Culture Club to MC Hammer and of course, Timbaland. Oh what fun!
It seems that Microsoft is determined to make the Xbox 360 a casual haven, despite the original game failing to capture the imagination of the mainstream. I guess we now have yearly Lips sequels to look forward to, and yet more wonderful commercials in which pretty-faced simpletons act like baboons while trying to convey how much of a fun party the Xbox 360 truly is.
Hit the jump for the full press release. You are so very excited.
From Coldplay to Culture Club to MC Hammer, the second title in the "Lips" franchise offers a diverse collection of global chart-topping tunes Grab your friends and family and warm up those vocal chords! It’s time to transform your next get-together into a memory-making musical affair with “Lips: Number One Hits.” Combined with the original “Lips” game, “Lips: Number One Hits” sets the stage for the ultimate singing party with a new collection of global chart-topping songs to satisfy even the choosiest of performers. So regardless if your preferred stage is an amphitheatre, or just your living room, everyone will love the latest from Xbox 360’s exclusive singing franchise.
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