This year's Juno Awards, Canada's ceremony that honors Canadian musicians, kicked off yesterday with a ton of musicians you might not recognize.
While it looks like Deadmau5 may have trolled everyone waiting for a PlayStation Vita with his whole lost-not-lost prank concerning Sony's upcoming handheld, we think we can believe him that he's gotten a hell of a new gaming tattoo. (There are videos.)
Yep, that DeadMau5 is a real funny fucker. To no one's surprise, the DJ revealed this afternoon he did not, in fact, lose an unreleased PlayStation Vita in a Los Angeles cab after his performance at last night's Spike Video Game Awards.
Following a night of performing live at the Video Game Awards on Spike TV, famed DJ Deadmau5 apparently left a yet-to-be-released PS Vita sitting in a L.A. cab.
But they aren't nearly as impressive as the rendition famed DJ DeadMau5 performs using the sort of equipment you'd see in a 1950's science fiction film. This is definitely no waste of time. Thanks, John!
Who wants a Puma-branded DJ Hero 2 carrying bag? How about a hard shell turntable case stand, or a copy of the original DJ Hero? Where you pay decides what you'll be playing with when DJ Hero launches October 19.