Oh god crazy sheep, I nearly fell off my chair and had to re-read ur post lol you really dont wanna know what I thought you had written for a second there.....
Seeing as tho its not politically correct to call disabled people disabled, I wonder if abo's is still ok? Us aussies are so lazy abreviating things!
Id be interested to see just how this dj game is played, if you can use ur own tracks and some how the way the beats are matched up/ mixed in or if its all follow the leader and scratch this, start this track now etc becuase then it will pretty much suck I reckon, Id like to see all bands new albums released as world tour style games game and album $XX ensures good exposure to the music.
*politically correct* (not) politically INcorrect ahh sorry lol
Last edited by smity_oz; 02-24-2009 at 03:51 AM.
uhm, this sounds really stupid. I don't think anyone will buy this because of the plastic thing you have to buy. This might be fun to try once but I wont spend a single cent on this.
No ones even pointed out yet that Konami is being ripped off again! Be a DJ... spinning record... sounds like Beatmania. Of course Beatmania was released in the US and it didn't do very well sales wise though I really like it and most of it's Japanese versions.
I enjoy RB and GH, but I read a story awhile back in a magazine (I forget which one) after Guitar Hero 2 came out about how Harmonix made Karaoke Revolution, and were like "Gee, you know what would be great... a guitar!". Then it painted them as some kind of innovators and how this has never been done before. For that to be true you have to ignore the fact they worked with Konami on Karaoke Revolution. Where have I heard the name Revolution before... some kind of a dance game... it will come to me also by Komani. So they HAD to know of Guitar Freaks existence since they worked together. I'm sorry to rant but that article rubbed me wrong, and Harmonix and Activision aren't innovators by no means, they're just building on Komani's ground work. They make a good product and have marketed them far better then Konami has, but innovative... fail.