[Beyond PlayStation] Let’s Sing 2021 Review
It’s late 2020, and that means its time for a new entry in the long-running Let’s Sing series! Lear more about this karaoke-style release in our Let’s Sing 2021 review!
If you’re a fan of karaoke, then you probably own one of the many Let’s Sing games on the Nintendo Switch. The long-running series has given us a ton of fun on Nintendo’s console, and since it’s now the last month of 2020, that means you better be ready for Let’s Sing 2021! Let’s Sing 2021 features 30 international hits, with a nice variety of genres – with songs taken from different decade as well – so that you can find something to take for a spin in the different gameplay modes on offer.
Here’s the full tracklist included with the base game:
• Justin Bieber – Yummy
• Tones and I – Dance Monkey
• Billie Eilish – bad guy
• Selena Gomez – Lose You to Love Me
• Ariana Grande – thank u, next
• Dua Lipa – Don’t Start Now
• Jonas Brothers – Sucker
• Imagine Dragons – Thunder
• Maroon 5 – Memories
• Shawn Mendes – If I Can’t Have You
• Lewis Capaldi – Before You Go
• Ava Max – So Am i
• Nea – Some Say
• Marshmello ft. Bastille – Happier
• Rita Ora ft. Liam Payne – For You
• Trevor Daniel – Falling
• Panic! at the Disco – High Hopes
• Katy Perry ft. Skip Marley – Chained to the Rhythm
• Sam Smith – Too Good at Goodbyes
• Lizzo – Good as Hell
• Major Lazer & DJ Snake ft. MØ – Lean On
• Calvin Harris ft. John Newman – Blame
• James Bay – Hold Back the River
• The Lumineers – Ho Hey
• KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
• Linkin Park – Somewhere I Belong
• Seal – Kiss From a Rose
• Genesis – I Can’t Dance
• Kim Wilde – You Keep Me Hangin’ On
• The Lion King – I Just Can’t Wait to Be King
You can take on Classic which, as its name suggests, will allow you play Let’s Sing 2021 just as you’ve played other entries in the series; Feat. gives you the chance to take on songs in duets, as you harmonize and get in tune with your partner; World Contest pits you against the rest of the world, as you give it your all to climb up the rankings; Mix Tape 2.0 offers the opportunity to combine different song extracts in mixes that are dynamically generated, giving you a never ending playlist of mixes to enjoy; Let’s Party splits everyone into two groups of up to four players; and then there’s Jukebox, in which you can just sit back and relax as you enjoy each of the songs you’ve unlocked after completing them in the other modes.
Along with the aforementioned gameplay modes, there’s also another mode that is new for this particular game, thus allowing you to take on a different type of single-player experience for Let’s Sing 2021: Legend Mode. For this mode, it’s all about your progression, as you take on the different avatars in the game, which will act as your antagonists. You’ll be taking on 16 challengers, each with three different challenges to beat, as you work your way towards reaching the final boss.
Let’s Sing 2021 sets out to give us a new set of songs to play in the modes we know and love, while expanding things a bit with the Legend Mode for some extra single-player fun as you take on the different challenges presented by the avatars. You can get Let’s Sing 2021 on its own for $39.99, or you can go for the Platinum Edition, which includes the base game and the Song Pass, giving you access to extra songs such as My Sharona, Take On Me, Tide is High, A Thousand Miles, and Everybody Wants To Rule The World. If you get the base game and later want to add the Season Pass, it will cost you $44.99. There’s also the option of each of the 11 DLC song packs, which are split into categories such as Legendary Hits, Best of 80’s, or Party Classics, at $4.99 per song pack.
This Let’s Sing 2021 review is based on a Nintendo Switch copy provided by Koch Media.