I'll be honest, I love DJ Hero 2. It's a cracking game - the peripheral is solidly constructed and responsive, the mixes are outstanding and there's finally the chance to add your own flavour into the tracks with the freestyle elements. It's not perfect, and it's a shame that this dropped just as the music game genre was in its death throes, but it's still a fine party game. Cheers Syzable.
This isn’t the lowest price we’ve seen this bundle fall to, but it is the current cheapest offer around. Tesco Direct have slashed the price on all three console versions, with savings ranging from a few pounds to several more depending on which system you opt for.
The franchise may not have set the world on fire when it emerged, but if price was your only obstacle to buying into the DJ Hero games there really is no excuse now it is just over £15. As Matt’s review shows it’s good fun to play, and has plenty of tracks to keep the DJ-wannabe in you happy. Thanks to sussexguy @ HUKD!
ShopTo are currently charging £9.85 for DJ Hero 2, which doesn't provide much of a saving on the PS3 but will save you a fair few quid on Xbox 360.
In our opinion, Freestyle Games should be given a medal for creating a brand new rhythm game - against all odds - and making it absolutely brilliant. We're gutted that Activision canned the series, but if you've got a turntable peripheral, you probably ought to pick it up.