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DJ Hero (PlayStation 2)

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Critic Score
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User Score
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User Reviews

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Overall User Score (1 vote) 5.0

Critic Reviews

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DJ Hero arrive à point nommé pour les amateurs de jeux de rythme lassés par les simulations de guitares ou en quête de nouvelles sensations. Livré avec un accessoire confortable et passe-partout, il devrait trouver sa place sans mal dans un marché en pleine explosion. Le gameplay n'est pas encore parfait et on regrette que le joueur n'ait pas davantage de liberté dans l'interprétation des mix mais au final, l'expérience est concluante. Moyennant un investissement important (110€ pour la version de base, 200€ pour l'édition collector), DJ Hero fera passer de sacrés bons moments, seul ou à plusieurs, aux abonnés des discothèques.
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DJ Hero is a well made title that even old farts can enjoy. From the quality set list, accessible turntable peripheral, and generally nicely implemented mechanics, there's a lot for any gamer to enjoy. On the downside, the multiplayer elements aren't nearly as convincing as they should be, making this a game you'll likely play alone. Also, I've got a feeling that the appeal is narrow enough and the game bundle expensive enough that it may never gain the traction it needs to become a phenomenon. Nevertheless, there is a lot of innovation and fun to be had here that I'd like to see rewarded with a nice run at retail.