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DJ Hero - Turntable Kit (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
4.1 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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  • The ability to battle your friends or jam together at home or online with two turntables or one turntable and a Guitar Hero guitar controller
  • Game bundle including software for Xbox 360 and the exclusive DJ Hero turntable/mixer controller that allows players to scratch and mix their way to hero status
  • Variety of unique musical content featuring in the form of 80+ DJ mixes pulled from multiple genres including Hip Hop and Dance music fused with Rock, Pop and R&B
  • Variety of multiplayer co-op and competitive modes including DJ vs. DJ, DJ + DJ and DJ + Guitar
  • Engaging and easy to pick-up rhythm based gameplay in the Guitar Hero tradition
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002GHB2YS
  • Product Dimensions: 46.5 x 27.5 x 9.5 cm ; 3 Kg
  • Release Date: 30 Oct. 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,930 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

DJ Hero delivers an all-new interactive music experience that allows players to rule the party and not only experience, but to hear music in an all-new way. With over 100 individual songs, highlighted in over 80 unique never-before-released mixes that blend genres of music, including hip-hop, R&B, pop, rock and electronica, DJ Hero delivers the most diverse and international collection of music ever assembled in a music game by incorporating anthems from legendary artists.

Created exclusively for DJ Hero, the turntable controller immerses fans into the authenticity of DJ culture and a sea of music as they utilise and master various DJ techniques including scratching, blending, cross fading and sampling, while leaving room for creative expression with a variety of effects and player chosen samples and scratches, transforming a face in the crowd into the life of the party.


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Music/Rhythm action games are all about the four elements: Peripheral, music, atmosphere and challenge. DJ Hero excels pretty fully in all these areas.

Firstly the peripheral, it is certainly the major draw of the package and is what defines and justifies the high price point. The "decks" you get with DJ Hero are of high quality, they feel solid, the turntable and fader are responsive and generally it makes the game a joy to play. Along with the fader and turntable there are three buttons on the turntable which are used to manipulate the two tracks or for scratching a particular track by holding the button down and moving the turntable. The centre button is used to drop in random effects or some freestyle samples which can be selected before you begin a mix. There is also an effects dial which can be used in freestyle sections to change the phase properties of the songs being played. For the most part the buttons are well laid out with the only real gripe being that the blue button is slightly too close to the turntable which makes scratching the right track a touch harder than it should have been. This however is a minor gripe and the rest of the peripheral is well produced and adds highly to the addictive value of the game.

The music within the game is superb. There are many individual songs in the game that I don't like, however when mixed together here they totally change their shape and I've yet to come across a track that isn't listenable. Most of the mixes are of exceptional high quality and to play along with the tracks is extremely rewarding especially when perfecting some of the more technical aspects of a mix.
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OH MY GOD !!!
I bought this for a 30th birthday pressie, and have been told that it is the best birthday pressie in the world!
The birthday boy is a DJ so we thought it would be good, he said its amazing.
iv had a go on it too. it truly is a fab game, such good fun.
love all the moves and scratches you can do on it.
Well worth the money!
i want one now.
Good tunes on it to bob along to.
GO AND BUY IT NOW.
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This game is easily one of my favorite games from this year if not ever, yea its 90 quid but trust me its worth every penny i cant even begin to tell you just how much frigging fun this game is!!!!. The music is spot on every song a quality mash up who would of thought Marvin Gaye mixed the Gorillas would work but it so does and so does every other tune, scratching and cross fading between tunes is so much fun its unbelievable.
I cant think of one negative thing about this game yea its £90 but I soon as i started scratching I soon forgot all about it, besides just to listen to MC Hammer mixed With Vanilla Ice is well worth the price of admission, Guitar Hero is good but Dj Hero is frigging awesome!!!!
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Received this and was stuck in front of my XBox for hours, played with friends and family, its an amazing piece of kit!

However, one downfall is that i had to return it after a couple of weeks as the buttons started malfunctioning and the spinner wasn't working.. It's electronics though, things like that happen i guess - my brother had his for years and it never broke.

That's my only quibble with it, the rest - packaging, content and the actual quality of the game - are spot on!
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I've played this game so far at the normal and hard difficulties and only single player offline, to give the review some context.

Pros:

Some of the music, Daft Punk in particular, is fantastic and keeping up to it on the higher difficulties is pulse-pounding work. I'd recommend turning your TV up loud to really enjoy it. Several genres are represented, from Marvin Gaye (a personal favourite!) to Eminem. The 'turntable' controller works pretty well once you get the hang of it, and the opportunities to customise the mixes provide are some fun. The range of difficulties is excellent, making the game as accessible AND challenging as Guitar Hero. The unlockable content #characters, outfits etc# is fairly extensive. If you're a reasonably perfectionist gamer like me, it'll last you a while, and if Guitar Hero is anything to go by, it'll still be fun to go back to in six month's time. The gameplay actually demands an impressive variety of 'moves' if you play the harder difficulties, and doesn't get old.

Cons:

50% of the music definately would not stand up as just music to listen to. In my opinion, there is too much repetitive rapping and not enough club-sounding dance music. I could go on for days listing the classic tunes that have been left out, and I don't agree with reviews that praise the choice of music - particularly since there are so many scratching sounds over the top. The personal touches you can add (two things: annoying soundbites and more interesting bass/treble tuning) don't earn you much credit and are difficult to do at harder difficulties - there is far too little scope for adding a personal touch.
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