- List of SingStar titles
This is a list of titles of the "
SingStar" video gameseries, developed by London Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainmentfor the PlayStation 2and PlayStation 3. The first game of the series was released in Europeon May 21, 2004with the titular "SingStar". The series has spawned numerous sequels containing additional music content, with over 70 "SingStar" SKUs released worldwide. [cite web | url=http://www.gamasutra.com/php-bin/news_index.php?story=17550 | title=GDC: SingStar Sings Praise For In-Game Commerce | publisher=Gamasutra | date=2008-02-01 | last=Alexander | first=Leigh | accessdate=2008-04-18] "SingStar" games are often localized for release in different regions, with customised track lists to suit foreign markets and territories. In addition, a number of non-English language "SingStar" games have been released exclusively in some European countries.
The following list includes the track list from the title's country of origin; localized track lists can be found on the official European and US "SingStar" websites.
* [http://singstargame.com/en-au/Browse-Songs-Home/Browse-Songs/ Australia]
* [http://www.singstargame.com/da-dk/Browse-Songs/Gennemse-sange/ Denmark]
* [http://singstargame.com/de-de/Browse-Songs/Songs-durchsuchen/ Germany]
* [http://singstargame.com/es-es/Browse-Songs/Espana-Browse-Songs/ Spain]
* [http://www.singstargame.com/fi-fi/Browse-Songs/Selaa-lauluja/ Finland]
* [http://singstargame.com/fr-fr/Browse-Songs/Parcourir-les-chansons/ France]
* [http://singstargame.com/it-it/Browse-Songs/Guarda-la-Musica/ Italy]
* [http://singstargame.com/nb-no/Browse-Songs/Bla-gjennom-sanger/ Norway]
* [http://singstargame.com/pt-pt/Browse-Songs/Ver-as-cancoes/ Portugal]
* [http://singstargame.com/sv-se/Browse-Songs/Bladdra-bland-latar/ Sweden]
* [http://singstargame.com/en-gb/Browse-Songs-Home/Browse-Songs1/ United Kingdom]
* [http://www.us.playstation.com/singstar/ United States]
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