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Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol
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Description

Take the stage, impress the judges and gain the popularity of the crowd to become the American Idol champion. Karaoke Revolution Presents American Idol (working title) recreates the experience of competing on the #1 TV show in America through an all-new American Idol contest mode. Customize your character, or use the EyeToy USB Camera to put yourself into the game, then choose from 40 all-new hit songs as you compete for the American Idol crown.

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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 2
PUBLISHER:
Konami
DEVELOPER:
Blitz Games
GENRE: Music
PLAYERS:   1-8
RELEASE DATE:
January 02, 2007
ESRB RATING:
E10+


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