A very average playlist of songs to pick from as standard. Songs like Paul McCartney And The Frog Chorus probably will tickle anyone over 30 - but hardly the 'core' demographic of this game. Likewise with The Cure's Pictures Of You (Close To You would have been a more mainstream choice!) and Morrissey's Suedehead (hmmmm!)
And yes, you can go online and pay more for more songs - but thats not really the point is it? By the time you've shelled out a reasonable 99p per ptrack you could be looking at a £50+ game.
Aside from this - it plays like its predecessor - you can upload your shocking performances to the Singstar online system, so that a 60 year old man in Scunthorpe can have a.... giggle.
In addition, the PSP functionality is a little gimmicky albeit pointless.
But what DOES make this version of Singstar stand out from its previous incarnations, is the option for harmonies! Kool and the Gang never sounded so good! But thats it - the ONE real big thing that differentiates this from the series. Is it worth £39.99 for that? I'll let you decide.
Roll on Singstar V.3 with online battles against the world!
(ps the review below stating synch issues is nothing to do with the game as the previous reviewer has pointed out. I had a similar issue with my Samsung - just ring the customer service line and they'll magically download an upgrade via your arial. Hey Presto! )