Whatever type of music gets you going, you will be able to find an accompanying online video game to suit your taste. Here are five of the best.
Let’s Sing Country
With a Nintendo Switch Online membership, you can play the 2019 game Let’s Sing Country on the internet. Similar to the SingStar series of games, you sing along with popular music tracks to score points. You can use a USB microphone or even a smartphone app that turns your phone into a microphone. The game includes over 30 country hits, including George Strait’s The Chair, Joe Nichols’ Sunny and 75, and Kenny Rogers’ The Gambler, as well as additional song packs online. You can sing solo or with up to four players. If you are a fan of both country music and home-karaoke, you will want to rally your friends together and say, “Let’s Sing Country!”
Guns N’ Roses Video Slot
If you enjoy listening to 1980s rock and playing slot machines, you will love going down to the paradise city of the Guns N’ Roses Video Slot. It includes an interactive setlist featuring five of the band’s classic tracks, and it is packed with special features and a fun design. You can win by matching three or more symbols along one of ten fixed bet lines. Symbols include band members like Slash, Duff, and Axl Rose, as well as the Guns N’ Roses logo and pictures of plectrums. If you are ready to rock, head over to Casumo online casino to play this thrilling slot game.
Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker
It might not be the best video game in the world, but if you are a Jacko fan, you will want to play Michael Jackson’s Moonwalker at least once in your life. You can find it online at various retro game sites. The 1989 home console version is loosely based on the story of Michael Jackson’s 1988 Moonwalker movie. The gameplay involves rescuing kids from the evil Mr. Big. The game includes several synthesized versions of classic Michael Jackson songs. And by holding the kick button down, Jackson starts to move backwards, performing his signature moonwalk move.
Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style
Fans of the innovative hip-hop collective Wu-Tang Clan will love playing this 3D fighting game. Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style features characters based on the group. Some of the band members even provided voiceovers and worked on the game’s production. Wu-Tang: Shaolin Style also features plenty of Wu-Tang music as well. The game is not for the faint of heart, though. Due to its graphic depiction of gore and violence, you can only access the full uncensored console version with a code printed on the instruction manual, but today, you may be able to find the uncensored version online. And superfans of the Wu-Tang Clan will want to get the PlayStation version and buy the accompanying controller that is in the shape of the Wu-Tang’s characteristic “W”.
Guitar Hero: Metallica
If you love metal, Guitar Hero: Metallica is the game for you. Members of Metallica performed extensive motion capture for their in-game avatars for this 2009 music rhythm video game. Furthermore, they performed six songs. The detailed motion capture is so precise, in that it even includes perfect lip-synching and the motion of Robert Trujillo’s swinging braids, that you could be mistaken for thinking you were watching live footage. The game also involves several extras, such as behind the scenes videos of the motion capturing sessions, concert footage of the band, and pop-up facts about each song. As for the game itself, the premise is simple. You play along with Metallica songs. The better you are, the more points you get.
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