While music games aren't as massive as they were a couple of years ago, the genre is still alive and kicking, as evidenced by the announcement that Everyone Sing will be heading to the PlayStation Network this Tuesday, Jan. 29, featuring 35 tracks spanning four decades' worth of music.

As you might have guessed from the title, Everyone Sing is a party karaoke game for up to eight players featuring lots and lots of singing. Microphone peripherals from other video games are compatible with Everyone Sing, so put away the plastic guitars, drums, keyboards and turntables and get ready to rock out with nothing more than the power of your won voice.

While a price point still hasn't been announced, we won't have long to wait in order to find out that final detail, as Everyone Sing is headed to the PlayStation store this coming week. While up to eight people can play the game's various modes, only four people can use mikes at a time. This is a game about forming a singing group, after all, not a choir.

Team Classic mode pits two teams against one another to see who can earn the highest score on a given song. Last Mand Standing features a stock of 10 “lives,” which deplete every time someone sings a line poorly. Run out of lives and you lose the game. Tug of War turns your vocal cords into muscles as the team singing the best will “pull” the other team with an on-screen rope until a victor has been decided. Finally, Pass the Bomb mode is a little less violent than it sounds. Singing a perfect line tosses the bomb to the other player while a fuse is slowly running down. The object of this mode is to not be holding the bomb when the fuse runs out.

With 35 songs initially included, Everyone Sings features the likes of “Your Love,” by Nicki Minaj, “Haven't Met You Yet,” by Michael Buble, “Achy Breaky Heart” by Billy Ray Cyrus and “Take On Me,” by A-Ha.

Look for Everyone Sing on PSN this Tuesday. For more details, head on over to the PlayStation Blog.

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