Parents' Guide to

Let’s Sing 2023

By Dwayne Jenkins, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Fun karaoke game weakened by microtransactions.

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On a fundamental level, this game provides potential hours of fun and enjoyment for any music lovers. Let's Sing 2023 has enough variation in how players can interact with one another through its many modes – all of which are interesting enough on their own. It helps that the initial batch of songs offered with the base game cover as many genres as you can possibly imagine. The game is also forgiving when it comes to registering your pitch for a particular song, and it doesn't require you to be an expert singer to have fun or get a good score. There's even a Jukebox mode where you can watch the music videos of any song you sing, which can be a fun diversion if you need a break from singing. But all that being said, it's hard to think too highly of an experience that's extremely barebones. You're given an International Song Pack to start, which brings the total number of songs to about 30. Inevitably, there may be only a handful of songs you like out of that batch. Even if you sing all of them, it feels like there aren't enough songs available to justify the price.

There's a way you can enjoy many more songs, but you have to purchase individual song packs (5 songs at $5 each) in order to get the maximum amount of enjoyment out of the experience. Alternatively, you can pay $90 for a "Platinum" edition of the game, which includes all the song packs and brings the total number of songs to around 90 songs instead of the initial 30. This dampens an otherwise enjoyable game by asking for an additional price on top of the one you already paid. It wouldn't be so bad if it weren't for the fact that you start with so little when there's so much more locked behind a paywall. With that in mind, it's hard to call this anything more than a shameless cash grab that, while boasting some redeeming qualities, is hardly worth the price of admission.

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