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#28171 21-Nov-2008 13:54
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Hi all,

I have a PS3 at home but no internet connection.  Is it possible to purchase additional singstar songs online via a PC and then transfer to PS3 on USB stick?  I have been to the singstar online page, but can't seem to find a way to purchase anything on that page.  Is this possible, and am I just missing something here?

Cheers,
Jackson.

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  #179222 21-Nov-2008 14:33
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I think all of this need to take place within Playstation Store on PS3.




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  #179228 21-Nov-2008 15:07
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Thanks,

I was kinda hoping there'd be a way around it, but will just have to take PS3 to an internet connection...

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  #179232 21-Nov-2008 15:26
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This probably isnt much help, but there is a program called ultrastar deluxe, throw mp3's in there and a txt file for that song, heaps available online, and youve got singstar. Throw videos in as well if you want, for prettiness.
Ive got that as part of my HTPC, a splitter to turn the stereo mike port on pc to to monos, singstar mics off of that and hey presto.
Cheaper, as good from my usage.

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