Oh it's so deliciously close to that sub-£30 mark isn't it? At this price I might actually consider buying DJ Hero. It's one of those games that I have an absolute blast playing at other folks' houses but never got around to buying for myself. This price might just change all of that, putting Grandmaster Flash, DJ AM, DJ Shadow and Daft Punk in my front room along with my slick plastic peripheral skills. Maybe.
My own personal apathy aside, PowerplayDirect's £31.99 is a great price for a game that was pushing three figures when it first released and this price will save you a good £3 on the nearest competitor.
Hats off all round for this game, really. It was a fresh and funky take on the music game that heralded the sharp downturn in fortunes for the genre. It's unfairly written off in many quarters, but I don't know anyone who has actually played DJ Hero and doesn't love it. That said, it's still best to enjoy with friends, or cunningly deployed at a party for music and entertainment. The solitary experience is a little disconcerting in all honesty - let's face it, music games are always better with another person - but there's enough here to make this £32 well spent.
Thanks to whizzkid at HUKD