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Xbox 360 DJ Hero

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Neoki, 31 Oct 2009.

  1. Neoki

    Neoki Minimodder

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    Hey people,

    DJ Hero was released yesterday and I was wondering what your views on this are.

    I bought the Renegade Edition which came with a few extras, such as;

    Jay-z and Eminem CD
    Limited Edition Turntable (metal based instead of plastic)
    Special Carry case which doubles up as a stand.


    I have been playing for a few setlists and can vouch for this game being great.
     
  2. benji2412

    benji2412 <insert message here>

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    As I've never understood DJ'ing, I probably won't understand the game but is there actually any difference in being able to do it in real life as to playing the game?
     
  3. Neoki

    Neoki Minimodder

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    Yeh there is a difference, its similar to how guitar hero is. The best thing to do is pop to your lcoal Game store. The one in Lincoln had a demo of the game which made me buy it. :D
     
  4. 13eightyfour

    13eightyfour Formerly Titanium Angel

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    I was in game in lincoln earlier in the week and noticed the demo machine, i really wanted to have go but there were too many people waiting. funny how i dont really like dancy music but i find DJ hero more interesting than any of the guitar based games.
     
  5. computerman5

    computerman5 What's a Dremel?

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    I just find this DJ Hero Bundle with Turntable on Ebay for $89 bucks.
     
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  6. PegasusM

    PegasusM Stand back, I'm doing science

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    Yeah its completely different. For example all the songs are premixed which is a large part of the DJing. No beatmatching or pitchshifting involved. Or arguably the most important part of DJing; being able to read a crowd.

    Still, as long as your not expecting it to be a true DJ experience its pretty fun.
     

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