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You can probably tell by now that I am pretty interested in what these DJ video games have to offer by all the stuff I post about them. DJ Hero is making quite the noise with his big collabos with DJ Shadow/DJ AM/Jay-Z/Eminem but Scratch looks to have the upper hand when it comes to hardware. The turntable peripheral looks so much more real and it makes more sense. The drums pads feel authentic and the turntable actually spins all the way around. The only downside to Scratch is that they don’t have a developer. Which is HUGE. I honestly don’t even know how you can have a game without a developer. I have heard of games without a published but never a game without a developer. The reason why there is no developer is because Activision bought the company that was developing it and now has them doing DJ Hero, thus leaving Scratch on its own. It is a shame because Scratch has the Numark licensed peripheral that we may never get to use.


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