So... is this game...

#1 Edited by Vigorousjammer (2522 posts) -

..Is this game DJ Hero?  Looks pretty interesting from the screenshots.

seems like the 5 colors in the middle will be different sliders on your turntable, and then you'll have two spinners on each side which you'll probobly be prompted to do half spins, full-spins, probobly quarter spins, too...

and if you raise the difficulty, they might even give you very small spins to do.

If they pull this off like I'm thinking they will, then this sounds like an interesting prospect, and it sounds pretty damn fun.  Provided the tracklist is good.

What do you guys think?

#2 Posted by Buckwatters (141 posts) -

I would have to see the periph first, that will either make or break the game. However, I wonder if the WII nunchaku can do it without any peripheral? All in all though, do you really want another music game that costs potentially $120+?


#3 Posted by dsplayer1010 (2227 posts) -

Looks like it

#4 Posted by Vigorousjammer (2522 posts) -

I dunno, I mean, Guitar Hero back in the day was only 80, 90 bucks... so we could be looking at a $20 or $30 pheriphial, and alltogether an $80 or $90 package... If they charge any more than $100 for the game and the turntable, I don't think I'm gonna buy it.

#5 Posted by Buckwatters (141 posts) -

True, another concern though would be the track list how many songs are there that you can scratch to? It doesn't seem like there would be a whole lot of songs but I could be wrong.

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