Karaoke goes Country

CMT and Konami hook up; newest Revolution to feature both kinds of music: country and western!


Konami's Dance Dance Revolution series already lets gamers shake their thang, but the next installment in the publisher's Karaoke Revolution line will let them show their twang as well.

Produced in partnership with Country Music Television (CMT) and developed by Harmonix, CMT Presents: Karaoke Revolution Country is set for a Grand Ole Opry-esque debut on the PlayStation 2 this March. The game will feature 35 songs, ranging from classics like "The Gambler" and "Stand By Your Man" to newer fare like "Redneck Woman" and "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)." The multiplayer and party modes will be able to accommodate up to eight players. Peripherals are also supported, as would-be men and women of constant sorrow can use a pair of microphones for duets, or hook up Sony's EyeToy camera and create a 3D model of their own heads for in-game enjoyment.

CMT Presents: Karaoke Revolution Country is rated E10+ for Everyone 10 and Older. For more on the game, check out GameSpot's coverage from the 2006 Konami Gamers' Day press event.

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