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Lips: Party Classics
Lips Party Classics
Official Boxart

Release Date

February 26, 2010 (Europe)
March 2, 2010 (North America)

Achievements

58 for 1500 gamerscore points (cumulative with Lips and Number One Hits)

Avatar Awards

4 (2 female / 2 male)

Game Engine

Lips: Number One Hits

Lips: Party Classics is a video game for the Xbox 360, and the second follow-up to the original Lips. Party Classics was developed by iNiS and published by Microsoft Game Studios. The game, like all the other titles in the main Lips series, features the use of motion sensitive wireless microphones and includes 40 upbeat songs from the past decades. It was released on the UK on February 26, 2010 and in the rest of the world on March 2 of the same year.

It was first announced on December 3, 2009. This makes Party Classics the third game in the English-language Lips series and overall the 5th Lips soundtrack.

Gameplay ChangesEdit

For the first time in the series, Party Classics will be compatible with regular USB microphones. Also, while Number One Hits already supports a recording feature, Party Classics features an enhanced version of it. The game features new Achievements and Avatar Awards, bringing the cumulative gamerscore of the Lips series to 1500. Players can deck out their avatars with new accessories such as the classic ’80s pop-girl jean jacket or an iconic ’70s disco-biker guy jacket.

Soundtrack Edit

Lips: Party Classics features 40 songs focused on past decades and all time favorites. Whereas Number One Hits focused on modern hit music, Party Classics predominantly has songs deemed as 'classics' by karaoke fans. Example of such songs are I Will Survive by Gloria Gaynor, Y.M.C.A. by the Village People or Unchained Melody by the Righteous Brothers.

Click here to see the complete tracklist.

Promotion Edit

One week before its release in UK, a song medley was released featuring several songs found in Party Classics. This marked the first time a mix song hit the Lips Music Store. An official trailer has also been released featuring Y.M.C.A.. Finally, a demo was released on March 3, 2010 which included 3 full versions of the songs featured in the previously released Song Medley.

thumb|300px|right|The game's official trailer featuring Y.M.C.A.

External Links Edit



Lips series
Main series: Lips (songs) Number One Hits (songs) Party Classics (songs) I Love The 80s (songs)
Spin-offs: Canta en Español (songs) Deutsche Partyknaller (songs)
Additional songs: Downloadable Content
Other: Lips Music StoreLips JukeboxMaster Song List

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