Get On Da Mic

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Get On Da Mic
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Developer(s) A2M (Artificial Mind and Movement) / Highway 1 Productions
Publisher(s) Eidos Interactive
Platform(s) PlayStation 2
Release date(s) October, 2004
Genre(s) Music
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer (2-4)
Distribution DVD

Get On Da Mic is a video game for the PlayStation 2 published by Eidos and co-developed by A2M and Highway 1 Productions. Unlike the many other singing games available for the PlayStation 2, this game focuses exclusively on Hip-Hop songs.

The game is based on karaoke singing in which an amateur singer sings a popular song while it plays with the vocals. The games are able to detect the pitch of the singer's voice and award points based on how well the singer matches the pitches they are supposed to be singing.

Get On Da Mic requires the use of the same kinds of microphones also used with the Karaoke Revolution games. A hand-held karaoke microphone made by Logitech is available in a bundle with the game and is also sold separately; Logitech also sells a microphone headset.

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