Stellar karaoke app Karaoke Joysound is out now on the Switch eShop. Sadly it’s only officially available in Japan at present, but that doesn’t mean you need to miss out.
Karaoke Joysound previously appeared on Wii and Wii U in Japan, and the latter version eventually made its way to Europe. The app’s excellent feature list and vast song roster (courtesy of Japanese karaoke company Xing) made it a permanent fixture of many a post-pub party on Wii U – as Martin Robinson, Eurogamer’s self-proclaimed karaoke king, can attest.
The Switch version of Karaoke Joysound supports the Wii U wireless microphone (and reportedly any other USB mic) to register your spirited caterwauling, and is accompanied by a new Joysound mobile app. This is specifically designed for use with the Switch game, and is used to adjust settings, and browse and queue tracks from Joysound’s catalogue of over 140,000 songs while a singer focusses on the main screen.
via Tumblr Wii U’s karaoke app has made the jump to Switch
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