In case you need some reality show karaoke jammin’ in your life, publisher Bigben has you covered as they have announced that a video game based on the hit TV show The Voice is hitting stores this year.
In the game, players will emulate the experience of being a contestant on the talent competition during Blind Auditions, the pure adrenaline of the Battles, all the way to the spectacular final. The game includes thirty top chart tracks to select from to impress the coaches and can be enjoyed single player or with friends. With over 10 years of experience in the development of karaoke games, Voxler is the studio of choice for adapting the well-known and successful The Voice brand. Their patented voice recognition system judges the quality of player performances with unequalled precision for both the accuracy of the notes and the rhythm.
“Publishing The Voice video game expands Bigben’s publishing strategy,” added Alain Falc, CEO of Bigben. “With over 500 million viewers around the world, no doubt this video game adaptation will satisfy a wide audience.” “We are very happy to be working with Bigben on this ambitious project, and we will bring all of our experience and passion to reproduce the experience of The Voice in a video game as faithfully as possible,” Nicolas Delorme, CEO of Voxler, concluded.
Being developed by Voxler, The Voice video game will crash its way to PS4, Xbox One and surprisingly the Wii with compatible with the Wii U later this year.