DJ Star Review - Guest Reviewer: DJ Semtex
Easy its DJ Semtex here, now as well as playing the biggest, sickest hip hop joints on the station, I also enjoy gaming, (My console game is strong, I've got all of them!). So when Rampage asked me if I wanted review the game DJ Star for them I was involved!!
Now the art of deejaying is a craft, it requires dedication, passion for music, the ability to comunicate with a crowd. To be a super star DJ, you've got to bring even more to the table. It isn't an experience that you can buy on a cartridge for £17.83. (thats the cheapest I found it for after hunting on the net).
With Singstar, or Guitar Hero, I get it. Its a fun experience that you can draw for at parties. DJ star isn't the same its like a micro miniature version of the bedroom DJ set up, except you can't record the mix, play it loud, or experiment with different sounds, etc.
The playability is limited and reaches a peaked interest point after 3 minutes.
This game isn't very good, its a waste of silicon.
Buy a couple of albums instead, or save up for a basic DJ starter kit.
DJ star??? More like DJ Parr!
Available on : DS only