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Gettin’ Low, SFG’s DefJam RapStar Review

SFG writes: The game mechanics are great. You rap to the bouncing ball, and sing the lyrical parts. The game judges you on your timing, if you know the words and pitch on the singing parts. There are 45 tracks on disk, which is a little small since it is a DefJam game, but there is already DLC.

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MrMccormo2866d ago

My wife and I own this game, and here are three things any potential buyer of Rapstar should know:

- the songs are radio edits, not the original cuts

- only 45 songs, which is pathetic compared to games like Rock Band 2 and DJ Hero 2 which have 80+ songs with voice support AND instrument support

- there are a lot of artists barely represented or missing. It's mostly stuff from the Def Jam label, but this is NOT the comprehensive rap/hiphop game. It's missing artists like Jay Z, Ghostface Killa, and Enimem.

MSpence5162866d ago (Edited 2866d ago )

I really want to pick this up, but I am going to wait until more DLC comes out. I am really hoping they release entire albums, all they would have to do is use the edited albums that you can get at Wal-Mart.

This game has some real potential to hook the urban demographic. It would be better if some of the DLC was unedited.