Pads & Panels: DJ Hero Review

DJ Hero may not have been the best music rhythm game of 2009, but it was definitely the most innovative. Following the tracked prompt system of its Guitar Hero predecessor, players tap three buttons along with 93 original mash-ups, some from notable mix-masters like Grandmaster Flash, DJ Am and Daft Punk. Using a respectable turntable peripheral, players not only hit the prompts, but simulate scratching vinyl, sliding a crossfader, customizing the mixes by sampling sound effects and even rewinding certain phrases. While it's hard to condone any more plastic peripherals around the house, DJ Hero's is solid; and the presentation is a fantastic representation of a different type of culture, separating itself from the lackluster Guitar Hero releases of the last few years.

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