Jay-Z And Eminem Offer Music For DJ Hero Game

Posted: Jun 1 2009, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:39pm CDT, in News | E3

 
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Music games may be losing a bit of their luster of late, but the genre is still very popular with gamers. Activision is getting ready to launch its next music game on the market called DJ Hero. The game will allow DJ and hip-hop fans to use a turntable style controller to play a rhythm-based game along the lines of Guitar Hero.

Activision has announced that both Jay-Z and Eminem will be offering their music along with the DJ Hero game that brings DJ culture and music genres hip-hop, electronic and R&B to players and the Guitar Hero platform.

The artists will contribute some of their most popular music to the DJ Hero game with a special branded edition that includes an advanced version of the turntable controller, a metal traveling case, a DJ stand, and a pair of exclusive music CDs.

Via Activision

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