If television has taught me anything, it is that every human yearns to be on a karaoke reality show. American Idol, The Masked Singer, and The Voice are all massively popular. So surely a market exists for karaoke video games. That way we can all prepare in the privacy of our own homes should Ryan Seacrest jump out — microphone at the ready — from behind a bush. Well, Embracer subsidiary Koch Media isn’t about to miss out on that action, which is why it’s acquiring Let’s Sing developer Voxler.

This is the second major acquisition of the day for Embracer or one of its subsidiaries. This morning, Embracer agreed to purchase World War Z developer Saber Interactive for $525 million in cash and options. Koch and Voxler did not disclose the details of their arrangement. The companies did reveal, however, that Koch is taking ownership of the studio and its intellectual…

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