Ubisoft’s Just Dance karaoke spin-off, Just Sing, launches today on the Xbox One. This new video game uses the console’s Kinect camera or users’ smartphones to record video and audio during songs and compiles all of the captured data into music videos. Unfortunately, the game doesn’t have support for Windows phones so some readers may be at a disadvantage.
Here’s the official game description:
Create your own music videos with Just Sing™! Sing or lip sync to your favourite songs – from the hottest hits to all-time classics. A smartphone is all you need to get the party started! Simply download the free Just Sing Companion App to your smartphone, sync it with your console and use your smartphone as your microphone and camera. With Just Sing, easily create memorable videos with up to 3 friends by changing themes and filters as you perform. Save your video locally to keep track of the fun or share it with your friends!
ENJOY A LARGE SONG CATALOGUE: Including hits from Sia, Maroon 5, Shawn Mendes, and many more!
HAVE FUN SINGING OR LIP-SYNCING: Sing and get scored, or just lip-sync and put on a show. Up to 4 players.
YOUR SMARTPHONE IS YOUR MIC AND CAMERA: With the free Just Sing Companion App. No console camera required.
CREATE AND CUSTOMISE YOUR OWN UNIQUE MUSIC VIDEOS: Choose from different themes, filters and effects.
SHARE YOUR VIDEOS WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Just sing can support up to four players simultaneously and all of the music videos can be shared with friends as long as a console is connected to the internet. The game also supports USB mics so those gamers who don’t like to use their smartphones now have an alternative play style to try out. Are you going to give Just Sing a try? Let us know your impressions of it in the comments below.Further reading: Microsoft, Ubisoft, Video Games, Xbox, Xbox One