Wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, daughter Brooke, and Jimmy Hart are having a wonderful time paying tribute to The Notorious B.I.G in Def Jam Rapstar, until the Hulkster decides the cameraman wants to see his penis. Thank goodness for censor bars.
Def Jam Rapstar, like most modern music games, has downloadable songs. Def Jam Rapstar, unlike any other modern music game, lets you download Paid in Full or Passin' Me By. Rap classic, $2 a pop. Here's the official list:
Rap fans need their own Guitar Hero, their own Rock Band, their own great music game. Def Jam Rapstar steps up. Can it be that?
Our best hope for a good rap game, Konami and 4mm Games' Def Jam Rapstar, finally has a complete track list. Not only will we sip on "Gin and Juice" and "Brass Monkey," but we'll score some Rob Base.
Shot in Brooklyn, New York, this television commercial for Def Jam RapStar was produced by Anthony Mandler, late of Jay Z, Drake and John Mayer video fame, and includes cameos by hip-hop artists Maino and Nipsey Hu$$le.
A bunch of new tracks confirmed for Def Jam Rapstar today guarantee that you'll be able to spend part of your fall rapping along to Public Enemy at their best and Nas at his most obnoxious.
Perhaps the most exciting aspect of rap game Def Jam Rapstar is the one I may never be brave enough to use—it's incredibly deep community, a massively connected online feature that's stuffed with "data porn."
It's been a while since we last heard from 4mm Games, Def Jam Interactive and Terminal Reality's hip hop project Def Jam Rapstar, but there's good news from the camp today. Konami has picked up the title for a fall release.
4mm's Rapstar intrigued me at E3, but music games live and die by their tracklists, not their good intentions. And neither of these new "trailers" for the game give any hints whatsoever.
The core gameplay most Def Jam Rapstar owners will experience isn't much different from what Singstar or Lips offers. It's the community aspects of Rapstar that could change the way the rap game is played.
Like all music games, 4mm's Rapstar will live and die on the strength of its tracklist. Convenient topic, that, since we've got hold of the names of seven of the game's tracks.
4mm Games - the new studio formed by the two of the guys who founded Rockstar - have announced their debut game. And it's called Def Jam Rapstar, a hip-hop karaoke game.
Jamie King and Gary Formeman, who founded Rockstar Games with three others, are teaming up with former Image Metrics and NBC execs to create a new video game studio.