I don't care if you want to buy a separate controller for two-player gaming or because you want to practice your DJ skillz while on the loo. Just don't play your god-awful scratchings anywhere near me.
Fake musicians the world over are increasingly casting aside their fake instruments, reports video game stats go-to firm the NPD Group. Apparently, the short era of plastic rhythm game instruments and accessories is leveling off.
The duo of Guitar Hero and Rock Band has already ruined my living room. And as fun as it may be, I simply don't have the space for DJ Hero's newly announced Renegade Edition.
While makers of Scratch: The Ultimate DJ were relatively quiet at E3, declining the opportunity to demo their game/controller on the show floor, a new promo video gives us a closer look at the package.
Activision is the king of experiences modeled in plastic and color-coded buttons, and DJ Hero's turntable controller might be their best simulacrum yet.
Activision is working on a game called DJ Hero (think of it as Guitar Hero for house music). Here's the first shot of the game's new turntable controller.
Our sister blog Kotaku already has all the latest deets on Activision's DJ Hero, but we'd be remiss here at Gizmodo if we didn't at least profile the latest bit of shiny video game-related plastic that could be invading living rooms in the near future. After more than a dozen iterations and two years of development…