BackgroundDJ Hero expands Guitar Hero’s signature social gaming to all-new consumers with the addition of diverse music genres including hip-hop, R&B, Motown, electronica and dance. Introducing an all-new innovative turntable controller, DJ Hero transforms players into DJs who rule the club scene by creating original mixes of popular songs and music from the world’s most exciting artists and DJs.
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Are you virtual DJs ready for a whole new collection of musical mashups? DJ Hero 2 is set to bring in new mixes... posted Jun 08, 10 7:12pm
DJ Hero players, are you ready to prove yourselves as the best of the best? The upcoming "Domination Pack" is... posted Apr 25, 10 4:39am
Hey DJ Hero players, proceed to dust off your turntables and prepare to mix some new tracks. Three new mixes... posted Mar 11, 10 2:15am
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Will the Hero series ever die? Not if Activision has can help it. Guitar Hero CEO Dan Rosensweig noted in a recent... posted Nov 13, 09 8:56pm
Okay, who saw this coming? Yeah, if you haven't already heard about it, DJ Hero gets its first downloadable content... posted Oct 30, 09 8:20pm
DJ Hero has just been released, and as tradition to the "X Hero" brand, there will be plenty of mental mash ups... posted Oct 29, 09 3:32pm
DJ Hero releases nationwide today with 93 on-disc tracks by a wide-ranging list of artists, mixed ten different ways... posted Oct 27, 09 5:25pm
With release day just around the corner, Activision has posted two DJ Hero television ads for everyone's viewing... posted Oct 15, 09 10:11pm
Those looking into the DJ Hero Renegade Edition are probably curious to know what songs will be included in the... posted Oct 15, 09 1:03am
Today is Columbus Day in the United States and Thanksgiving in Canada, so the front page has been slow. I'm the only one writing today, along with our volunteer, Dany aka Reenee. But there's actually some neat vids released as well.
I posted them in our video section, and you can find them on the front page with a li'l background for each. The first is the opening cinematic for DJ Hero, that upcoming music game we've been hearing so much about -- with the turntable controller, Daft Punk, and some ongoing meet-Eminem-contest. It's pretty stylish, needless to say, and a bit on the obscure side; don't try to understand it, just sit back and enjoy.
LINK: DJ Hero opening cinematic released
More details at the link, including another link to another article about pre-order details. Retailers are really gunning for your money and offering some exclusive pre-order bonuses you might wanna think about. I'd say Best Buy has the juiciest, given it features Daft Punk. Moving on...
Next up, Dante's Inferno, a game everyone claimed was a God of War rip-off, because you know that's the only action game on the planet. Anyway, as we close in on 2010, the game looks like it might defy all expectations. There's lots of dark eye candy, and not just for Satan-worshipers. Visceral Games and EA released a new dev diary today focusing on "Anger," a well-known circle of Hell -- also referred to as "Rage." In it, they talk a little about Dante's weapons, mainly Death's giant scythe and a holy crucifix.
LINK: Dante's Inferno devs talk about Anger issues
Finally, we posted a review this evening by Gabe, aka VeGiTAX2, for Half-Minute Hero on PSP. It's on the front page, but for you lazy bastards I'll get you the link. Happy watchin' / reading, and see you Tuesday.
LINK: Neoseeker reviews Half-Minute Hero
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