Ravenscourt and Voxler announced that Let’s Sing 2018 has made its way to the Nintendo Switch for the very first time. The long-running series lets you embarrass yourself in new ways you never thought possible, unless of course you were one of the unfortunate victims of revenge porn distributed at the hands of the NeoGaf owner and his child-porn-loving friend.
The game is all about indulging in the ridiculousness of Karaoke, featuring 30 chart-topping songs spanning an eclectic smorgasbord of genres. The song list includes classics from legends like Queen and there’s a song on there from Charlie Puth… and I’m not sure who those other kids are because I have a rule that we either recycle trash or set it out on the curb, you don’t put it in your ears.
Anyway, if you want to listen to a few of the pop-hits included on the song list for Let’s Sing 2018 for the Nintendo Switch you can check out the launch trailer below.
Sorry about the Deustch launch trailer. It seems like only the Nintendo channel not entirely embarrassed about this game are those from Deutschland. It kind of tells you how much self respect they have over there.
Anyway, it was revealed in the press release that the game has had a complete in-game redesign to accommodate the Nintendo Switch, with further optimized animations and better speech recognition for this year’s outing.
They’ve updated the list of songs with international hits along with all new songs that will be distributed via digital DLC packs.
And speaking of DLC… you won’t need to purchase microtransactions to unlock special items, avatars, or certification rewards. Voxler is bringing back this old-school method in gaming where you actually play to unlock extra content. You see before seventh gen, gamers used to play games and when you beat the game you would unlock special items, costumes, clothes, even cheats, all as a way to get gamers to replay the game again with the newly unlocked items. This is how we used to play games many years ago before gang-banging wallet rapists like Electronic Arts, Activision, and Warner Bros., came rode the monetary rape train of microtransactions into town and started up all this premium-priced loot box nonsense in AAA games.
Anyway, Let’s Sing 2018 is available right now for the Nintendo Switch. You’ll be able to find it on the Nintendo eShop within participating regions.
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