History VideoGame / DJHero

23rd Nov '16 5:05:45 PM santos32
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* AsHimself: Multiple DJs make appearances as bosses and playable avatars. In the first game, we have DJ Shadow, DJ AM, Z-Trip, Grandmaster Flash, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Music/DaftPunk. In the second game, there's DavidGuetta, Music/Deadmau5, Tiesto, RZA and DJ Qbert.
15th Nov '16 9:38:37 AM MarcoPolo250
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As of 10 February 2011, ''DJ Hero'', alongside its parent series ''Guitar Hero'', has been given the axe by Activision. As of 2015, [=FreeStyleGames=] has been put to work on ''VideoGame/GuitarHeroLive'', with a DJ Hero reboot looking unlikely.

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As of 10 In February 2011, ''DJ Hero'', alongside its parent series ''Guitar Hero'', has been given the axe by Activision. As of 2015, [=FreeStyleGames=] has been put to work on ''VideoGame/GuitarHeroLive'', with but a DJ Hero reboot looking unlikely.
third ''DJ Hero'' game looks unlikely...
15th Nov '16 9:34:26 AM MarcoPolo250
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[[caption-width-right:350:Because plastic guitars weren't silly enough.]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Because plastic guitars weren't silly enough.]]
24th Dec '15 6:50:53 PM Gageaz
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As of 10 February 2011, ''DJ Hero'', alongside its parent series ''Guitar Hero'', have been given the axe by Activision.

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As of 10 February 2011, ''DJ Hero'', alongside its parent series ''Guitar Hero'', have has been given the axe by Activision.
Activision. As of 2015, [=FreeStyleGames=] has been put to work on ''VideoGame/GuitarHeroLive'', with a DJ Hero reboot looking unlikely.
19th Sep '14 9:15:24 AM rexpensive
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The original game was released on October 27, 2009 for PlayStation2, PlayStation3, {{Xbox 360}}, and {{Wii}}. ''DJ Hero 2'' was released less than a year later, on October 19, 2010, for the same consoles minus the [=PS2=].

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The original game was released on October 27, 2009 for PlayStation2, PlayStation3, {{Xbox UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStation3, UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}, and {{Wii}}.UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. ''DJ Hero 2'' was released less than a year later, on October 19, 2010, for the same consoles minus the [=PS2=].
8th Sep '14 4:54:18 AM TylerL320
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* FinalExamBoss: While not a final boss ''per se'', the "[[Music/{{Noisia}} Groundhog]]" beat juggle is undoubtedly the hardest mix in the first game, and manages to test all the skills you've learned by gradually escalating the number of things you need to do at once.

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* FinalExamBoss: In both games.
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While not a final boss ''per se'', the "[[Music/{{Noisia}} Groundhog]]" beat juggle is undoubtedly the hardest mix in the first game, and manages to test all the skills you've learned by gradually escalating the number of things you need to do at once.once.
** "[[Music/DaftPunk Human After All]]" in ''DJ Hero 2'' is the last mix and, like "Groundhog", slowly but steadily adds more actions the player needs to perform at once. Not nearly the hardest mix in the game, though.
25th Aug '14 7:05:21 AM TylerL320
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* UnintentionalPeriodPiece: Not the first game, but the second's heavy reliance on late 2000s contemporary hits (such as Music/LadyGaga, Music/LilJon, and Music/SouljaBoy) firmly push it into this territory.
25th Aug '14 3:06:02 AM TylerL320
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* LimitBreak: "Euphoria", a score multiplier functionally identical to ''Guitar Hero'''s Star Power, and Rewind, which allows you to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin rewind]] to an earlier point in the song. The replayed section will be given double points while you play it.

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* LimitBreak: "Euphoria", a score multiplier functionally identical to ''Guitar Hero'''s Star Power, Power (in addition to automatically handling crossfading, which can be handy during tricky sections), and Rewind, which allows you to [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin rewind]] to an earlier point in the song. The replayed section will be given double points while you play it.



* ProductPlacement: As in ''Guitar Hero'', there's quite a bit. Beats by Dre (and other headphones), Sprite, Coca-Cola, various DJ equipment....
* {{Sampling}}: Being based around [=DJing=], this is actually one of the features of the game. You can tap the red button during certain freestyle sections to play from one of several samples chosen before you begin the song

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* ProductPlacement: As in ''Guitar Hero'', there's quite a bit. Beats by Dre (and other headphones), Sprite, Coca-Cola, Dre, Sprite in the first game and Coca-Cola in the second, Puma, various types of DJ equipment....
* {{Sampling}}: Being based around [=DJing=], this is actually one of the features of the game. You In the first game only, you can tap the red button during certain freestyle sections to play from one of several samples chosen before you begin the song
21st Aug '14 4:45:51 PM TylerL320
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[[caption-width-right:350:Because plastic guitars weren't silly enough.]]
21st Aug '14 4:33:50 PM TylerL320
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* {{Bowdlerise}}: Being a T-rated game, it was inevitable some of the harsher lyrics would become censored.



* FinalExamBoss:
** While not a final boss ''per se'', the "[[Music/{{Noisia}} Groundhog]]" beat juggle is undoubtedly the hardest mix in the first game, and manages to test all the skills you've learned by gradually escalating the number of things you need to do at once.

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* FinalExamBoss:
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FinalExamBoss: While not a final boss ''per se'', the "[[Music/{{Noisia}} Groundhog]]" beat juggle is undoubtedly the hardest mix in the first game, and manages to test all the skills you've learned by gradually escalating the number of things you need to do at once.once.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** {{Music/Jay Z}}'s "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" is featured on two mixes in the first game. Despite [[{{Bowdlerise}} censoring some of the stronger language]] present in most songs, the lyric "Fo' shizzle my [[NWordPrivileges nizzle]]" is present unaltered.
** In the first game, there's a turntable called "Beatlingus".
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