Let it blow: Singstar Frozen is heading your way

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Here's-Anna

Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke. Must not make overused and clichéd Let It Go joke.

Parents, beware. The hit song of 2013, that was sung until it was beaten into the ground with a two by four wooden plank that contained grains of pure Hans Christian Anderson rage arranged in a devilish orgy of anti-split timber that could give you an irremovable splinter of pure pain and agony and holy hell I’ve lost the plot.

Let’s try again. There was a movie last year. Its name was Frozen. It made over a billion dollars worldwide. And it included a song called “Let It Go”. You might have heard this song, if you were near children during that dark cinematic period of history or were deserving of some really awful torture in Guantanamo Bay.

According to Everybody Plays and Joystiq, the horror lives again, as the Sony Singstar series has licensed music from that blockbuster film. According to to the PEGI listing, it’ll arrive under the imaginative banner of “Singstar Frozen” on PlayStation 3 and possibly PlayStation 4. It’ll also be suitable for anyone over the age of 3 and unsuitable for anyone over the age of 30 who happen to be on the verge of breaking down and crying in a corner whenever Let It Go is played on the radio or TV.

Last Updated: December 4, 2014

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