Guitar Hero Live is two separate games united by a single plastic guitar. One is the first game in the series to truly live up to its name. The other is decidedly different.
They're saying that they want the Wii U to bring people together so it kind of makes sense that Nintendo's brining an all-new karaoke style experience to the system with Sing. It's being made by FreeStyle Games, who tuned out the DJ Hero games for Activision a few years back. Expect to hear more about Sing this week.
Publisher Activision has just added a few more games and maybe one more development studio to its kill count. A now partially confirmed report says that the mega-publisher has axed the Guitar Hero franchise, killed its True Crime reboot and fired much of Freestyle Games.
Mix and mash-up your way to global DJ domination in DJ Hero 2, the extended dance remix of FreeStyle Game's original turntable title.
You could spend your morning sorting through all of the twisted tracks coming on the DJ Hero 2 disc next month, or just accept that any game that mixes Naughty By Nature's "O.P.P." with the Jackson 5's "ABC" automatically wins.
My outrage at the fact that a novice had scored the freestyle crossfade instead of me quickly turned to delight that DJ Hero 2 multiplayer had made me feel anything at all.
Before you read about me playing DJ Hero 2 at GamesCom, check out the skills of FreeStyle Games studio manager Kevin McSherry as he and a fellow dev play dueling decks.
Freestyle Games creative director Jamie Jackson walks us through DJ Hero 2's Empire Mode, the replacement for the original game's underwhelming career mode.
The man responsible for the 8-bit version of zombie shooter Left 4 Dead has turned his "de-make" skills to another recent franchise—Activision's DJ Hero. Pixel Force: DJ Hero, as it's known, is musically true to its 80s roots.
DJ Hero is barely out the door and already there are new downloadable tracks, with 50 Cent, Queen, Gorillaz, and Public Enemy hitting Xbox Live and the PlayStation Network today - for $3.00 apiece.
Into a genre that seems determined to turn our living rooms into plastic instrument wastelands comes DJ Hero, where one turntable is all you'll ever need.
The closest I've ever been to a famous DJ is ten feet. The smell was unbearable.
.html The addition of French electronic duo Daft Punk to FreeStyleGames' DJ Hero may represent the tipping point of my DJ Hero purchase. Especially considering the group's extensive contributions to the soundtrack.
Serious Guitar Hero fans know just how difficult power metal band Dragonforce's "Through the Fire and Flames" is to play, even on a plastic guitar with five buttons. DJ Hero has its own "TTFAF" equivalent, we've learned.
I'll admit to having a bit of DJ Hero phobia, at least prior to my hands-on time with Activision and FreeStyleGames' turntable title. Guitar Hero and Rock Band I get, having played the drums and guitar. But doing the wicky-wicky?
If Activision's filing of the trademark for DJ Hero and real-life DJ Paul Oakenfold's verbal approval of the rhythm game wasn't ample evidence of the still-unannounced project, hearing it straight from Activision's boss should be.