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When Freddie Mercury first penned Bohemian Rhapsody back in 1975, there’s no way he could possibly have known the monumental challenge he was laying at the feet of Let’s Sing Queen players some forty-five years down the timeline. Fair enough, the first half of the song isn’t so bad – and let’s face it, we’ve all cranked out “I sometimes wish I’d never been born at all” whilst hungover and crying in the shower – but that second part, well now, you don’t really know yourself until you’ve bellowed “I see a little silhouetto of a man, Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do the Fandango?” at high speed into your phone – here acting as a makeshift mic – in a desperate attempt to best a friend or climb the song’s online world rankings. Freddie, you absolute monster.

Let’s Sing Queen sticks resolutely to the tried, tested and tidy formula of Voxler’s long-running franchise, with players singing along to thirty tracks across a variety of modes that cater to both solo and multiplayer warbling action. While there may not be the same breadth and variety of tunes here that comes with one of the big yearly releases in the series, or in the likes of the recent Let’s Sing Country, the magic of the British rocker’s decades-spanning back catalogue manages to compensate rather adequately.

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