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Freestyle responds to closure concern

Eurogamer writes: "DJ Hero developer Freestyle Games has broken its silence on Activision's closure of the Guitar Hero business. In a statement issued to Eurogamer, Freestyle's David Osbourn, Jamie Jackson and Chris Lee said: "We're actively working with Activision on various options going forward for the studio."

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kaozgamer2384d ago

dj hero wasn't that bad. activision's future is gonna be all about cod

sashimi2384d ago

It wasn't bad but the sales flopped and according to Activision, If it ain't a blockbuster it isn't worth their time.

Reborn2384d ago (Edited 2384d ago )

They'll probably take some of each team, and try and do 2 CODs a year. /s
I can slightly understand GH, but True Crime? It may have done well.

RankFTW2384d ago

I think I'm going to pick up a second hand DJ Hero the next time I'm in town, it's only like £30 and comes with the deck peripheral so not a bad price.

tom012782384d ago

Good luck to them, and to the other studios involved.