Singing and rhythm games are ultimately judged based on the music they contain, and this one is kind of all over the map. To be sure, Let's Sing 2022 has at least one or two songs for just about everyone. Goths and alt music lovers can get their freak on with songs from Depeche Mode and David Bowie, rock fans can roll with music from the White Stripes and Imagine Dragons, diva devotees can try to hit power notes from Lady Gaga and Sia, lovers of musicals can belt out A Whole New World from Aladdin, and modern pop fans can satisfy their radio cravings with tracks from Jax Jones, Jason Derulo, and Shawn Mendes. And that's to say nothing of seasonal and quirky entries, like WHAM's Last Christmas and Nathan Evans' Wellerman (Sea Shanty). The only problem with this sort of variety is that some players may find themselves enjoying just a handful of songs and hating the rest. It's certainly not as targeted as, say, Let's Sing Queen or Let's Sing Country.
That said, if your music tastes happen to be broad, skewing slightly toward modern hits, you'll likely find enough here to sate your singing appetite (or you could buy a couple of additional themed song packs in the game's store). The modes are pretty standard for a karaoke game, and the pitch-based cues will be familiar to anyone who's played a singing game before. Developer Voxler has done its best to break play into bite-sized bits, with many challenges in Legend mode lasting only a minute or so, while a medley mode strings together short clips from five songs to help mix things up. But there's a distinct lack of extras. You're given just a handful of premade avatars rather than the ability to create your own, and the visuals accompanying each song are simply music videos originally filmed by the artists. Let's Sing 2022 feels a bit bare bones in places, and the music selections seem almost random, but if you and your friends manage to get into the groove, it can make for a pretty fun social gaming experience.