Karaoke Revolution and its numerous continuations are computer games for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, GameCube, Wii, Xbox, and Xbox 360, created by Harmonix and Blitz Games and distributed by Konami in its Bemani line of music games.
The Original Concept for Karaoke Revolution was made by Scott Hawkins and Sneaky Rabbit Studios. Technology and ideas from the game were in this way joined into Harmonix’s down Rock Band.
The Japanese adaptations of the game are created by Konami themselves. The ongoing interaction likewise contrasts altogether. Maybe than a game in essence, it’s anything but a karaoke framework for the PlayStation 2, without any decisions.
The game doesn’t endeavor to comprehend the artist’s words, however rather recognizes their pitch. All things considered, vocalists can murmur to a tune or sing various verses without punishment. The game adjusts to the player singing in an unexpected octave in comparison to the tune, to oblige players whose vocal reaches don’t fit the melody.
The tunes in the game are fronts of pop hits every now and again sung in karaoke bars. This differences with the SingStar arrangement from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, which includes just unique craftsman chronicles alongside the music recordings. Be that as it may, the 2009 revamp of the game (named Karaoke Revolution, actually like the first) includes all expert tracks.