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PS3 DanceDanceRevolution Details Finally Surface

Konami this week finally released some details on their plans for DanceDanceRevolution on the PlayStation 3. This is the first they’ve talked about the first DDR on PS3 in over a year. The PS3 version of this new game will have motion control similar to the Wii DDR games. “DanceDanceRevolution PS3 will feature a truly interactive dance experience via PlayStation Move as it challenges players to use both their hands and feet simultaneously,” Konami announced. The new DDR will also incorporate the PlayStation EYE to let players take pictures of their rooms and turn them into virtual spaces. There will also be an Xbox 360 version of this game, but Konami didn’t mention it using the Xbox Live Vision Camera or Kinect like Harmonix’s Dance Central or Konami’s own DanceMasters. This all comes before Konami shows the game in public for the first time at their planned first-ever DDR community event on Thursday August 12th in Los Angeles. Read More


Activision Defends DJ Hero Pricing

Sometimes it seems like the future of gaming is in peripherals, and leading the charge to clutter your living room with expensive pieces of plastic is Activision. They have Guitar Hero 5, Tony Hawk: Ride and, of course, DJ Hero all set to release by the end of year. With all three of these plastic-thing-plus-game combos costing upwards of 100 bucks, Activison has been heavily criticized on their pricing strategies. DJ Hero, for example, is going to set you back 120 bucks. Are these gaming toys too expensive, or are they fun enough to justify the price? Activision recently made some comments in defense of DJ Hero. "We believe that DJ Hero will provide tremendous value for our consumers by delivering an all-new interactive music experience with over 100 individual songs that are highlighted in over 80 unique mixes, a wide variety of music from some of the biggest artists including Jay-Z, Eminem, Benny Benassi, Gwen Stefani and Black Eyed Peas among others." DJ Hero is set to release on October 27th for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Xbox 360, and Wii. Read More


Media: DJ Hero Screens, Press Release, and E3 Debut Trailer

DJ Hero information has suddenly begun to pour in; we now have screenshots in our gallery and a press release after the cut, which reveals that "more than 100 individual songs" have been "transformed into more than 80 exclusive, original mixes." That's some interesting math, but what do I know about the DJing biz? Oh, and if that weren't enough, GameTrailers has the official E3 trailer for the game, too: " Video Games | DJ Hero | E3 09: Exclusive Debut TrailerXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii Hit the cut for the press release and images. Read More


THQ Jumps on "Band" Wagon with Mashups

First came Guitar Hero... well, actually, first came Konami's GuitarFreaks, but it's Guitar Hero that ran with the ball in North America. Anyway, then came Rock Band, and then the next thing we know, there's a video game war besides the ongoing console wars. Now, there's a new up-and-comer ready to enter the game, a hungry young pup ready to make its mark in the musical games market, and it goes by the name of Band Mashups, created by Planet Moon Studios, and it's coming to the Wii. The interface is not unlike your common "Rock Hero" fare, but distinguishes itself through unique combative elements and track-switches. Players will face off head-to-head, each as a part of one of 11 different bands, and employ strange weaponry like sniper violins and flamethrowing guitars to trade blows, while whoever is in the lead will dictate the music played. Read More