By Spencer . August 28, 2008 . 11:14am
Sony has Singstar, Microsoft has Lips, and Nintendo has Karaoke Joysound Wii. Hudson announced they were working on a karaoke game with optional downloadable content nearly a year ago, but nothing has been mentioned about it since. We should find out more soon because it’s apparently coming out on December 11 in Japan, according to a furtive release schedule change found on Hudson’s site.
We don’t have a song list or anything yet, but an early report says the game will have downloadable J-Pop songs. Obviously if, and this is a mammoth sized if, Karaoke Joysound Wii gets launched anywhere else the available songs will change. Total speculation, but I think a localized version of Joysound has a decent chance to come out. Hudson spent a considerable amount of time developing infrastructure to sell songs as downloadable content and Konami, Hudson’s parent company, is expanding their connections in music business with Rock Revolution.
Images courtesy of Hudson.