Sony Europe boss David Reeves has told Eurogamer to expect "the next generation of SingStar" at Games Convention.

We were speaking to Reeves at an event in Santa Monica today and asked for his views on Microsoft's new karaoke game Lips.

"If you come to Leipzig, you will see the next generation of SingStar," he told us. "That's all I will say."

And it really was, even when we coaxed him to say something more dramatic about what a massive rip-off - albeit an impressive one - iNiS' upcoming Xbox 360 singing game seems to be.

SingStar, we heard at Sony's E3 conference on Tuesday, has now sold more than 15 million units worldwide, with nearly 2 million songs downloaded via the PS3 versions.

Games Convention is just over a month away, so tune in then to find out what Sony has in store.

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