Moderngroove: Ministry of Sound Edition

    Game » consists of 1 releases. Released July 2001

    When you think of the PlayStation 2 as a "lifestyle accessory" your "game" doesn't have to be "interactive" so much as it just has to make onlookers trip balls!

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    An extensive collection of customizable music visualizers, moderngroove: Ministry of Sound Edition hoped to capitalize on the European club scene of the early 2000's. The disc includes over 5 hours of Breakbeat, Garage, House, Techno and Trance music as mixed by DJs Tall Paul, Ferry Corsten, Paul Dakeyne, Krafty Kuts and Paul Jackson but, unfortunately, lacks any way to import music of your own. Each track has a pre-scripted "music video" but users can remix and customize the visuals using the Visual Mixer. 

    Visual Mixer 

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    Through a series of menus users can rearrange 180 Animated 3D objects, 1000 unique images, 80 full 3D backgrounds, 400 original video clips, 30 Particle systems, 20 user-controllable real-time effects and even enter their own text to display on the screen. 


    Though an American release was originally planned, Ubisoft chose to focus on the European market where the names moderngroove and Ministry mean something. The game was released in the UK, France, Germany, and Italy and distributed through a total of 34 European and PAL countries.

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