Rated 8.8 out of 10 by 4
Rated 5 out of 10 by johnodd4 Great a wireless turn table But usb!!!!
Ok when i think of wireless i think of being able to connect the controller wirelessly to the console of my choice it works on the 360 and on the nintendo wii for some strange abomination to save money they decided for DJ Hero to make the turntable backwards compatible with the ps2 so instead of full wireless connectivity to the ps3 we get a usb dongle box that hangs of the front of the console. And the only question i ask is why?? Rock band connects wireless Guitar hero as well. but DJ HERO I'm sorry we are to lazy to produce a ps3 only version controller and we have to make it backwards compatible Great another controller that is worthless not impressed not impressed at all if you want a new turntable or yours have broken then this is the right WEll !!! only solution for this game i would have thought game developers would have developed this game better i can recommend this because it is the only solution for this game but i am not impressed with the product.
Rated 10 out of 10 by Gman132 SWEET!!!!!!...but not forever
I bought dj hero when i got rid of my ps2 guiter hero game and i got dj hero for ps3, it's so different from guiter hero which is good, because guiter hero started to get tasteless,it's the same thing over and over but this game is a big curveball.In the commercials it look's hard but it's really understandable once you go through the tutorial,there was lot's of good mixes and song's to play, but once you beat the game it's like guiter hero you get bored with it.so if you get the chance of buying it, BUY IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Rated 10 out of 10 by bartledootaco Doesnt get boring
One of the best games ever. i get bored of guitar hero easy but dj hero is soething i cant put down...
Rated 10 out of 10 by Rythm Game Master A better opinion.....
Giving this such a poor design score because of a dongle is pathetic. So far on the ps3, every rythm game has dongles: singstar, guitar hero, rockband, dj hero, ddr. its just how they work, personally im happier with this method for 2 reasons:1) backwards compatable - just because there are new systems out there its not good to forget the old. especially in sony's case. for any major RPG fan especially, you cant just get a ps3 and store away your ps2, its just not right. also because of prices, some cant afford the new systems. i think Sony is good in the fact that the PS3 is the only new system showing backwards compatabilty with its older console brother with new games.2) having dongles secures your controller number position indeffinitely, also provides a way to connect your unit to the computer for Open source rythm games and fun uses. Some people have already made drivers for this exact DJ turntable to use in applications like Sony Acid, and other Synth programs. i think its a great alternative to the $*** usb turntables. Sure its sensitivity is a little different than a true turntable, but its easy to get used to and theres easy ways to modify it.Another great ideal with this product is the ability to change which side the buttons are on, and it looks no different or in a wierd way. (like trying to use a GH or RB guitar on a lefty...thanks whammy bar)the design of the product (which is where the score should be based off) is beautiful. it looks and feels like a real turntable. i personally have this one and the renegade version. it is very light and portable, which is a deffinite plus.the only downside i have with this product is for some bizzare reason, on my PS3 phat 60GB backwards compatable unit, the DJ Hero dongle does not respond in the 4th USB slot. the GH ones do, but not DJ Hero. i think its a flaw with my unit being older than the DJ hero itself. mainly because my friend with a backwards compatable 80GB can use it in his 4th port.