Genius Products and 7 Studios have released a set of new screens from their upcoming DJ title, Scratch: The Ultimate DJ.
Might just be me, but I'm not in love with the style.
This si the most stupid thing I've ever seen.
Sounds like it might give Activision's DJ Hero a run for its money.
I wonder if this actually teaches people how to be a DJ, might be worth a look, always fancied giving it a try :P
To put it as kindly as I can... I sincerely doubt it :p
I do kinda like the art style, but the game seems... well, ridiculous. Then again, it's got Mix Master Mike on board, and some of the artists listed are alright. And I probably thought Guitar Hero looked ridiculous originally. Sigh! I'm going to end up buying this :|
If you want something that will give you some DJ skills you might want to look up MixMiester 6. You can import any tracks you have on your PC and it's very intuitive to learn and master. You can also export your mixes to most mp3 players, WMP or iTunes. The demo is free and can do everything the purchased download can do but has a 'watermark' in the form of a woman announcing that you are using the demo every ten minutes. MixMiester 6 is well worth the $50 pricetag :)
i was sold when i heard bout the crossfader on the console
Swayed by a crossfader on the console? Really? This has to be one of the biggest abominations to God and man I have ever seen. It's Guitar Hero with a Beatmania turntable for the scrath and a crossfader on he other side. WHAT THE F*CK. I mean seriously, if you wanted to differentiate yourself from the obviously better Beatmania then you could have done like this one arcade game I can't recall where you basically scratched in time with the cues on screen switch the fader back and forth. It was the closest thing to real scratching in a video game. This is not djing. What? So just because Mixmaster Mike attached his name to the game with hip hop and rap stars it should be good? I'm done with this game. The thought of playing something like this makes me nauseous.
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