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eJay ClubWorld (PlayStation 2)

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eJay ClubWorld lets you to create your own hit music without any musical training. Eight real world clubs and locations are available, each with a different music style. Over 10.000 royalty-free samples from House, Hip Hop, Trance, Ambient, Drum & Bass, Acid & Electro, Reggae and Techno are available for you to choose from and can be mixed using an intuitive interface. In addition, a synthesizer, a drum machine and even a virtual turntable lets you create your own unique sounds. There is also a Video Mode that visualizes your musical creation. Also, up to four players can simultaneously participate in a Live Jam session, where each player controls an instrument.


eJay ClubWorld PlayStation 2 Video Mode.
The game has nine effects that make patterns as the music plays. The player can cycle through them using the left analogue stick
eJay ClubWorld PlayStation 2 The Live Jam screen.
This is a multiplayer option. Sounds are assigned controller buttons so friends can make beautiful music together
eJay ClubWorld PlayStation 2 On entering a club, in this case the Athena in Bombay, the player is automatically shown the Arranger screen with the club's default pre-arranged track
eJay ClubWorld PlayStation 2 When in a club, pressing R2 brings up this carousel menu which gives access to all mixing tools

Alternate Titles

  • "eJay ClubWorld: the music making experience" -- Tag-lined title

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Critic Reviews

games xtreme Sep 28, 2002 8.8 out of 10 88
Futuregamez.net Nov 24, 2002 77 out of 100 77
allaboutgames.co.uk Nov 05, 2002 7 out of 10 70
Jeuxvideo.com Sep 04, 2002 13 out of 20 65


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Blade (86) added eJay ClubWorld (PlayStation 2) on Oct 07, 2004