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Sing Scene Pop Toy Review

Sing Scene Pop Toy Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Nov 17, 2009
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

New from the Jakks Pacific toy company is a game that will have you singing its praises: Sing Scene Pop. It’s perfect whether you’re an aspiring singer or just love belting out the hottest radio hits.

New from the Jakks Pacific toy company is a game that will have you singing its praises: Sing Scene Pop. It’s perfect whether you’re an aspiring singer or just love belting out the hottest radio hits. Basically, this is a singing video game that connects right to your TV without any need for a gaming console or extra software. Just plug in the mic and play – or should we say, SING. It’s that simple!


Terrific Tunes

We can personally tell you what a blast we had playing with the Sing Scene Pop toy. It’s so much fun to belt out hit after hit – as soon as you plug the microphone in, a menu pops up that lets you choose the song you want to sing. You then get to choose how many players want to be involved – one or two. That’s when the song starts up and the lyrics scroll gently across the bottom of your regular old TV screen.



Singing Sensation

The Sing Scene Pop machine has tons of great songs (20 in total) on it by popular artists that you’ll recognize immediately, including:

  • Rihanna (Take A Bow)
  • Fall Out Boy (This Ain’t A Scene)
  • Fergie (Big Girls Don’t Cry)
  • Miley Cyrus (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun)
  • Metro Station (Shake It)
  • Alicia Keys (No One)
  • Chris Brown (Forever)
  • Nelly Furtado (I’m Like A Bird)
  • Taylor Swift (Love Story)

  • Sing It And Bring It

    Not only will you get to rock out to some of your fave hits, Sing Scene Pop is actually a game that lets you earn points for pitch and lyric accuracy. There’s even a vocal meter at the bottom of the screen that helps you earn as many points as possible as you sing along.




    Thumbs Up

  • This easy-to-use plug-and-play game comes with everything you need right in the box – no gaming console or extra software required!


  • Thumbs Down

  • Once you’ve got all 20 of the songs that come with the game down, you may find yourself craving new tunes.

  • Rating: 4
    Ages: E For Everyone
    Price Range: 2

    Price Range Legend
    $0-$15 = 1
    $16-$30 = 2
    $31-$45 = 3
    $46-$60 = 4
    $60+ = 5

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