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Deep Silver Spins a "DJ Star"

November 10, 2009

Deep Silver Spins a "DJ Star"

Innovative music mixing game for Nintendo DS™ ships to retail


Deep Silver Inc., a publisher of interactive entertainment software and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Media, and the French developer Game Life, today announced the release of "DJ Star" for Nintendo DS™. "DJ Star" lets music lovers imitate their idols and realize their dreams of becoming DJ stars themselves.

In the game's career mode, players start out by performing at small private parties and work their way up, gaining recognition and finally becoming the world's best disc jockey. The artist travels from one gig to the next in super-clubs throughout the world, including New York, Miami, Tokyo, Paris, Berlin and London. Players get to scratch in real time using the Nintendo DS Touch Screen. The innovative title includes several genuine DJ features and 40 well-known songs from the genres of electro, R&B, and more, as well as numerous mini-games.

"DJ Star" enthrals players with its excellent sound quality, and is easy to learn even for players who have never used a turntable before. A step-by-step introduction and easy-to-use interface enable fans to learn how to mix and create their own songs in short order. With 200 samples and a simple user interface, musicians in the handheld world can compose great hits with just a few moves of the Nintendo DS stylus. They can also exchange their best songs with friends using DS Wireless Communications.

The virtual online studio at the game's official website http://djstar.deepsilver.com  lets visitors test their skillz and create their own songs. Besides all kinds of information regarding the game, the site now offers music lovers the opportunity to mix their own tracks, save them to their Facebook profiles, and share them with friends.

The track editor from the online studio is also available directly from Facebook at http://apps.facebook.com/dj-star/.

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