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Lips: Number One Hits X360

Lips: #1 Hits

Lips: Number One Hits is an extension of the popular music game Lips, offering songs that once reigned in the charts.

This is Lips expansion pack.

Party | music | Xbox exclusive titles

Microsoft Xbox 360
Lips: Number One Hits cover

developer: iNiS

Official website

Game mode: single / multiplayer

Multiplayer mode: common screen, players: 1-4

English language game language: English

game release date for X360:

20October2009

Keep the party going with Lips: Number One Hits, the latest addition to the Lips franchise exclusively for Xbox 360. Lips: Number One Hits offers hit songs that have graced the Number 1 spot on major worldwide charts, including Coldplay's Viva La Vida, Rihanna's Disturbia, MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This, Apologize by Timbaland featuring OneRepublic and Culture Club's Karma Chameleon. These hits join the rich library of tunes already available, and with even more genre-spanning songs releasing regularly on Xbox LIVE, emulating your favorite singer has never been easier.

The Xbox 360 wireless microphone included with Lips is compatible with top third-party music titles releasing this fall, cementing Lips as the ultimate spontaneous singing party-starter.

Keiichi Yano, the celebrated developer behind some of the industry's most beloved rhythm games, continues to bring his vision of collaborative and social musical entertainment to the Lips franchise. Bundled with the interactive wireless motion sensitive microphone that helps you rock all night long, Lips: Number One Hits encourages you to join in the singing party with your friends and family.

Chart-topping music: Lips: Number One Hits has a robust list of songs on disc, representing top hits from the major music charts from around the world. New hits include Coldplay's Viva La Vida, Rihanna's Disturbia, MC Hammer's U Can't Touch This, Timbaland's Apologize featuring OneRepublic, and Culture Club's Karma Chameleon to provide the ultimate social singing experience.

Interactive wireless motion sensitive microphone: Featuring stylish lights that pulse to the beat of the music, the microphone responds to singers' actions and can be used as a percussion accompaniment. Movers and groovers can trigger Star Stream Power Bonuses by gesturing, shaking or posing with the microphone. With the freedom to rock out like never before, live your singing dreams in style.

Constant flow of new music: With songs from Lips and Lips: Number One Hits and the ability to download new tracks regularly from Xbox LIVE Marketplace and the in-game music store, you can continuously find new music to bring people together and keep the party going. With the launch of the new Xbox LIVE Music Channel, it'll be even easier to find, sample and download the latest hits to build your catalog for even more singing fun.

Strike a pose: Using the motion sensitive technology in the wireless microphone, earn extra points when expressing yourself by matching song-specific gestures. Bonus points can only be won based on your timing with the song.

Calling all Avatars: Bringing avatars into the Lips franchise for the very first time, Lips: Number One Hits features your custom avatars in the in-game menu. In addition, sing your heart out to be rewarded with unique unlockable accessories for your avatars.

Great visuals, great vocals: Most of the master tracks will feature their original music videos, and others will include custom visualizations.

Play along: Using the standard Xbox 360 Controller, up to four people will be able to join the fun and choose from a variety of percussion accompaniments to play along with the music in Lips: Number One Hits. By placing control of various tambourines, claps and a cowbell at the fingertips of anyone with a controller, Lips creates a social entertainment experience for friends, co-workers, and kids alike.


Expectations: 6.7 / 10 calculated out of 6 players' votes.  

PEGI Rating

Age rating. The PEGI rating considers the age suitability of a game, not the level of difficulty.Game contains bad language.Game depicts nudity and/or sexual behaviour or sexual references Game contains depictions of violence.Online Game.

System requirements

Microsoft Xbox 360

Microsoft Xbox 360

  • Uses:
  • Xbox Live
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