Let's Sing Country

Game review by
David Chapman, Common Sense Media
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This country karaoke's tune is way off key.

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Positive Messages

Players work together or solo to try and match the notes and rhythms of the various songs. The videos and the lyrics of the songs run the spectrum of style and message.

Positive Role Models & Representations

The music videos portray the artists and other actors in various roles, but overall, they serve mainly as little more than background to accompany the players' singing.

Ease of Play

The game's simple for players to pick up and play. Players without an external microphone can use the Let's Sing Mic phone app, which requires a few extra steps to install and set up properly.


Some music videos depict scenes of violence, including brawls and fistfights, as well as some scenes of violence (shoving) against women. One video features a surgery scene with an exaggerated amount of blood spray.


A number of songs features suggestive lyrics, and many videos features females in revealing outfits with suggestive manners.


The word "s--t" appears in a song's lyrics.


The game's essentially marketing for every artist included in the song library. That library is relatively small though, with more songs available to purchase as DLC (downloadable content) through the game.

Drinking, Drugs & Smoking

Many videos show people drinking alcohol and smoking, and the song lyrics make frequent references to drinking and getting drunk, as well as occasional drug references.

What parents need to know

Parents need to know that Let's Sing Country is a party-style karaoke game with a focus on country music for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. Players will need to either use external USB microphones or download and configure the Let's Sing Mic app for iOS and Android devices to play the game. Parents should note that many of the songs and their accompanying music videos portray scenes of some violence and profanity, as well as frequent smoking and drinking. Many songs also present females in suggestive ways, either through lyrics or visually in the music videos. The game's available library of songs can be expanded via the purchase of additional music as in-game downloadable content.

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Adult Written byxadonxander February 6, 2021

Garbage game, I like the idea though.

I like the idea of the game and I thought my family would enjoy it. It ended with none of us being able to get any of the mics except player 1 working and the a... Continue reading

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What's it about?

It's time to grab your hat, slide on your boots, and rope in your share of the spotlight as the Let's Sing franchise goes country in LET'S SING COUNTRY. The game includes thirty songs and music videos from some of the biggest country music stars of today, as well as the legends that paved their way. See if you've got the musical chops to match the likes of George Strait, Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, and more. You can grab a few friends and sing together in your own virtual concerts using either USB microphones or download the Let's Sing Mic app to your iOS or Android-based mobile device and belt out all your country music favorites.

Is it any good?

There's been no shortage of music-based video games over the years, games that bring people together to sing and dance to the rhythm of all their favorite tunes. Let's Sing Country is no different, offering up a selection of classic and modern pop country music songs for fans to do their best karaoke bar renditions of. The problem with Let's Sing Country, though, is that the series has already struggled hard to stand out from the crowd in its annual all-encompassing main titles. Now, it looks to limit its audience even more by carrying over many of the same issues as the main series, but with an extremely limited playlist of genre-specific tunes that even the most hardcore of country fans might find a hard time listening to on repeat.

The song selection isn't the only thing holding Let's Sing Country back from any sort of encore performance. For starters, each song is played with full vocals alongside its original music video. While this should be a good thing, these video all come across washed out and faded, as it they came from someone's private collection of VHS recordings off CMT. It doesn't help that, for a game that seems to be targeting all ages, some of those videos feature heaving drinking, smoking, and other scenes that parents will likely find a bit uncomfortable. Meanwhile, the rest of the game's interface looks like its hokey, generic avatars got carried away with a PowerPoint presentation. As much as the game get's wrong, though, one thing it does get right is the actual singing. Thankfully, it seems to do a good job of picking up and (forgivingly) measuring the players' vocal performance. Best of all, the available mobile app works just as well as a USB microphone, provided you take the time to set it up and connect it to your home network correctly. Unfortunately, that's still not quite enough to keep from putting this cowboy karaoke title out to pasture.

Talk to your kids about ...

  • Families can talk about lyrics and presentation in music. How can parents keep an eye (or ear) on what messages are presented in popular music? What are some of the things to watch for in lyrics or in music videos?

  • What are some of the types of games that families and friends can enjoy playing together in groups?

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