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Xbox 360 DJ Hero Renegade Edition Featuring Jay-Z and Eminem

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Renegade Edition
  • DJ Hero Renegade Edition Includes the following items -
  • DJ Hero Game
  • Renegade Turntable Controller featuring premium metal controls and finish
  • Hardshell Turntable Carrying Case that converts to performance-ready DJ stand
  • Exclusive Jay-Z and Eminem 2-CD pack featuring collectible case designed by artist Shepard Fairey
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Renegade Edition

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Product InformationThe makers of Guitar Hero introduce an entirely fresh and innovativeway to experience music and rhythm gameplay. DJ Hero features an amazingvariety of music across genres – tracks that you love and reflect who you are.Using an authentic turntable controller you will spin and scratch more than 100songs into unique mixes and bee the life of the party. Get ready for a wholenew phenomena in music.Music and Gaming Via a Revolutionary ControllerLike the music that inspired it DJ Hero allows players to experiencemusic in a new revolutionary way through through its game-specific controller.Included with the DJ Hero software the DJ Hero controller is abination turntable and mixer that immerses you into authentic DJ cultureallowing you to scratch cross-fade and beat match. The turntable half of thecontroller features three color-coated buttons used to direct action duringgameplay and a realistically rotating turntable. The opposite end of thecontroller contains the mixer controls in the form of a lateral fader allowingfor switching between tracks and mixing a knob for additional effects and abutton for capturing "euphoria" a star power-like point bonus.In addition the mixer portion of the controller detaches to acmodateleft-handed players and contains an out of the way partment holding a D-padand conventional controller buttons for easy console navigation. Taken togetherboth halves of the controller allow players to customize their mix with avariety of effects and samples transforming a face in the crowd into the life ofthe party.GameplayGameplay in DJ Hero is reminiscent to games in the Guitar Heroseries. Musical prompts stream towards players on one of three color-codedribbons; red and blue which correspond to the two tracks that the player is ableto simultaneously or individually manipulate as well as a red one between thesetwo used to insert samples. In addition to hitting individual notes andsamples players are also challenged to s

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The makers of Guitar Hero introduce an entirely fresh and innovative way to experience music and rhythm gameplay. DJ Hero features an amazing variety of music across genres – tracks that you love and reflect who you are. Using an authentic turntable controller, you will spin and scratch more than 100 songs into unique mixes and become the life of the party. In addition, the Renegade Edition comes bundled with bonus items including: an exclusive two-disc CD release by Jay-Z and Eminem featuring unreleased tracks and collectible case, as well as the Renegade turntable controller case featuring premium metal controls and finish and the ability to expand into a turntable stand.

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DJ Hero Renegade Edition controller
The special DJ Hero Renegade Edition turntable controller.
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Single player gameplay in DJ Hero
Become the ultimate DJ.
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Multiplayer action in DJ Hero
Multiplayer challenges.
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The DJ Hero Renegade Edition turntable controller hardcase
The Renegade Edition's included turntable hardcase.
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The DJ Hero Renegade Edition's case expanded into a turntable stand
The hardcase expands into a turntable stand.
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Music and Gaming Via a Revolutionary Controller
Like the music that inspired it, DJ Hero allows players to experience music in a new revolutionary way through through its game-specific controller. Included with the DJ Hero software, the DJ Hero controller is a combination turntable and mixer that immerses you into authentic DJ culture allowing you to scratch, cross-fade, and beat match. The turntable half of the controller features three color-coated buttons used to direct action during gameplay and a realistically rotating turntable. The opposite end of the controller contains the mixer controls in the form of a lateral fader allowing for switching between tracks and mixing, a knob for additional effects and a button for capturing "euphoria," a star power-like point bonus.

In addition, the mixer portion of the controller detaches to accommodate left-handed players and contains an out of the way compartment holding a D-pad and conventional controller buttons for easy console navigation. Taken together, both halves of the controller allow players to customize their mix with a variety of effects and samples transforming a face in the crowd into the life of the party.

Gameplay
Gameplay in DJ Hero is reminiscent to games in the Guitar Hero series. Musical prompts stream towards players on one of three color-coded ribbons; red and blue which correspond to the two tracks that the player is able to simultaneously or individually manipulate, as well as a red one between these two, used to insert samples. In addition to hitting individual notes and samples, players are also challenged to scratch on command by pressing the appropriate button for the track and sliding the turntable up or down as indicated on the ribbon. The game also provides players with a chance to turn back the clock on earlier action via its "Rewind" feature. This ability is monitored via the rewind meter that levels higher with successful play, and and when full allows the player to rewind the song to fix errors in their earlier performance. The reward for precision is the build up of points, which can be temporarily doubled via euphoria power with the push of a button on the mixer end of the controller.

Rule the Hottest Parties
In the tradition of Guitar Hero, which brought gamers into the world of rock ‘n’ roll, DJ Hero places players in the DJ booth at some of the hottest clubbing scenes from around the globe. Party in venues reminiscent of real world locales from around the globe including an ultra plush and sexy Hollywood Hills style mansion, to an open air beach club in Ibiza.

Play Modes
Although DJ Hero contains engrossing single player game options, including a career mode, much of the action in the game surrounds its wealth of multiplayer modes. These include both online and offline multiplayer competitive and cooperative modes: including DJ vs. DJ, DJ + DJ and DJ + Guitar.

Set List
The DJ Hero set list is constructed of 100 songs, crafted into more than 90 two-song DJ mixes. These mixes are the product of both the creative talents of internationally known DJs such as DJ Shadow, DJ Z-Trip, DJ AM and Daft Punk, and the game development team. All songs used are new to the Guitar Hero family of games and are pulled from a wide array of genres, including pop, grunge, soul, R&B, techno, hip hop, and house. The full track list includes:

  • 2Pac - "All Eyez On Me" vs. The Aranbee Pop Orchestra - "Bittersweet Symphony (Instrumental)"
  • 50 Cent - "Disco Inferno" vs. David Bowie - "Let's Dance"
  • 50 Cent - "Disco Inferno" vs. InDeep - "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life"
  • Afrika Bambaataa - "Zulu Nation Throwdown" vs. Freedom Express - "Get Down"
  • Beastie Boys - "Here's A Little Somethin' For Ya" vs. DJ Shadow - "The Number Song (2009 Version)" (Produced and mixed by DJ Shadow)
  • Beastie Boys - "Intergalactic" vs. Blondie - "Rapture"
  • Beastie Boys - "Lee Majors Come Again" vs. Daft Punk - "DA Funk" (Produced and mixed by Cut Chemist)
  • Beck - "Where It's At" vs. DJ Shadow - "Six Days (Remix ft. MOs Def)"
  • Bell Biv DeVoe - "Poison" Beat Juggle
  • Bell Biv DeVoe - "Poison" vs. Beastie Boys - "Intergalactic" (Produced and mixed by DJ AM)
  • Bell Biv DeVoe - "Poison" vs. Cameo - "Word Up!"
  • Benny Benassi - "Satisfaction" vs. Tiesto - "Elements Of Life"
  • Billy Squier - "The Big Beat" vs. N.E.R.D. - "Lapdance" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Black Eyed Peas - "Boom Boom POW" vs. Benny Benassi - "Satisfaction"
  • Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City" vs. 2Pac - "How Do You Want It"
  • Bobby "Blue" Bland - "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City" vs. Connie Price & The Keystones - "Fuzz And Them"
  • Boogie Down Productions - "Jack Of Spades" vs. David Bowie - "Let's Dance" (Produced and mixed by DJ Shadow)
  • Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers - "Bustin' Loose" vs. The Zombies - "Time Of The Season" (Produced and mixed by DJ Shadow)
  • Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers - "Bustin' Loose" vs. Young MC - "Bust A Move"
  • Common - "Universal Mind Control (U.M.C.)" Vs. Masta Ace - "Jeep A** Gutter (Aaron LaCrate & Debonair Samir RMX)" (Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts)
  • Cypress Hill - "Insane In The Brain" vs. Classics IV - "Spooky"
  • Cypress Hill - "Insane In The Brain" vs. David Axelrod - "The Edge"
  • Daft Punk - "Around The World" vs. Young MC - "Bust A Move"
  • Daft Punk - "DA Funk" vs. NASA - "Strange Enough ft. Karen O, ODB & Fatlip"
  • Daft Punk - "Megamix 1"
  • Daft Punk - "Megamix 2"
  • Daft Punk - "Robot Rock" vs. Hashim - "Al Naafyish (The Soul)" (Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts)
  • Daft Punk - "Robot Rock" vs. Queen - "We Will Rock You"
  • Daft Punk - "Short Circuit" vs. Boogie Down Productions - "Jack Of Spades"
  • Daft Punk - "Technologic" vs. Gary Numan - "Cars"
  • Daft Punk - "Television Rules the Nation" vs. No Doubt - "Hella Good"
  • David Axelrod - "The Edge" vs. Eric B. & Rakim - "Eric B. Is President"
  • Dizzee Rascal - "Fix Up, Look Sharp" vs. DJ Shadow - "Organ Donor (Extended Overhaul)"
  • Dizzee Rascal - "Fix Up, Look Sharp" vs. Justice - "Genesis"
  • DJ Shadow - "Six Days (Remix ft. MOs Def)" vs. D-Code - "Annie's Horn"
  • Eminem - "My Name Is" vs. Beck - "Loser"
  • Fedde Le Grand - "Put Your Hands Up For Detroit" vs. Sandy Rivera and David Penn - "I Can't Stop (David Penn Remix)"
  • Foo Fighters - "Monkey Wrench" vs. Beastie Boys - "Sabotage" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Foreigner - "Juke Box Hero" vs. DJ Z-Trip ft. Murs - "DJ Hero" (Produced and mixed by DJ Z-Trip)
  • Foreigner - "Juke Box Hero" vs. DJ Z-Trip ft. Murs - "DJ Hero" (DJ-Guitar mix, produced and mixed by DJ Z-Trip)
  • Gang Starr - "Just To Get A Rep" vs. Mobb Deep - "Shook Ones, Pt 2" (Produced and mixed by J. Period)
  • Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc." vs. Blondie - "Atomic" Grandmaster Flash's - "Boom" vs. "Tap" (Produced and mixed by Grandmaster Flash)
  • Grandmaster Flash, DJ Kool, DJ Demo - "Here Comes My DJ" vs. Gary Numan - "Cars" (Produced and mixed by Grandmaster Flash)
  • Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl" vs. Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc."
  • Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl" vs. InDeep "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life" (Produced and mixed by DJ AM)
  • Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl" vs. Rick James - "Give It To Me"
  • Herbie Hancock - "Rockit" Beat Juggle
  • Herbie Hancock - "Rockit" vs. N.E.R.D. - "Lapdance" (Produced and mixed by Grandmaster Flash)
  • InDeep - "Last Night A DJ Saved My Life" vs. Cameo - "Word Up!"
  • Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back" vs. Gang Starr - "Just To Get A Rep" (Produced and mixed by DJ Yoda)
  • Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back" vs. Third Eye Blind - "Semi-Charmed Life" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back" vs. Third Eye Blind - "Semi-Charmed Life"
  • Jay-Z feat. Pharrell - "Change Clothes" vs. 2Pac - "All Eyez on Me"
  • Jay-Z - "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" Vs. Eminem - "My Name Is"
  • Jay-Z - "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)" Vs. Jackson 5 - "I Want You Back"
  • Jay-Z - "Excuse Me Miss" vs. Rick James - "Give It To Me"
  • Jean Knight - "Mr. Big Stuff" vs. Masta Ace - "Born To Roll"
  • Jurassic 5 - "Jayou" vs. Billy Squier - "The Big Beat"
  • Jurassic 5 - "Jayou" vs. Herbie Hancock - "Rockit"
  • Kid Cudi - "Day 'N' Nite" vs. Black Eyed Peas - "Boom Boom POW"
  • Kool Moe Dee - "How Ya Like Me Now" vs. Reel 2 Real featuring The Mad Stuntman - "I Like To Move It"
  • Little Richard - "Tutti Frutti" vs. Shlomo - "Beats" (Produced and mixed by DJ Yoda)
  • MIA - "Paper Planes" vs. Eric B. & Rakim - "Eric B. Is President" (Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts)
  • MIA - "Paper Planes" vs. Wale - "Lookin' At Me"
  • Marvin Gaye - "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" vs. David Bowie - "Let's Dance"
  • Marvin Gaye - "I Heard It Through The Grapevine" vs. Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc."
  • Motörhead - "Ace Of Spades" vs. Noisia - "Groundhog" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • NASA - "Strange Enough ft. Karen O, ODB & Fatlip" vs. Isaac Hayes - "Theme From Shaft"
  • Noisia - "Groundhog" Beat Juggle (Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts)
  • Paul van Dyk - "Nothing But You" vs. Sandy Rivera and David Penn - "I Can't Stop (David Penn Remix)"
  • Public Enemy - "Shut 'Em Down" vs. Beck - "Where It's At"
  • Public Enemy ft. Zakk Wylde - "Bring The Noise 20XX" vs. Justice - "Genesis" (Produced and mixed by DJ Z-Trip)
  • Public Enemy featuring Zakk Wylde - "Bring The Noise 20XX" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Public Enemy featuring Zakk Wylde - "Bring The Noise 20XX" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Q-Tip - "Good Thang" vs. Billy Squier - "The Big Beat" (Produced and mixed by J. Period)
  • Queen - "Another One Bites The Dust" vs. Beastie Boys - "Brass Monkey" (Produced and mixed by DJ Z-Trip)
  • Queen - "Another One Bites The Dust" vs. Daft Punk - "DA Funk"
  • Rihanna - "Disturbia" vs. Kid Sister - "Control"
  • Rihanna - "Disturbia" vs. The Killers - "Somebody Told Me" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Rihanna - "Disturbia" vs. The Trammps - "Disco Inferno"
  • Shlomo - "Beats" vs. Billy Squier - "The Big Beat"
  • Street Sweeper Social Club - "Fight! Smash! Win!" vs. Beastie Boys - "Intergalactic" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Tears For Fears - "Shout" vs. DJ Shadow - "Six Days (Remix ft. MOs Def)"
  • Tears For Fears - "Shout" vs. Eric B. & Rakim - "Eric B. Is President" (Produced and mixed by DJ Jazzy Jeff)
  • Tears For Fears - "Shout" vs. Eric Prydz - "Pjanoo"
  • The Aranbee Pop Orchestra - "Bittersweet Symphony (Instrumental)" vs. LL Cool J - "Rock The Bells" (Produced and mixed by DJ Jazzy Jeff)
  • The Scratch Perverts Beats and Pieces (Produced and mixed by The Scratch Perverts)
  • The Killers - "Somebody Told Me" vs. Eric Prydz - "Pjanoo"
  • Vanilla Ice - "Ice Ice Baby" vs. MC Hammer - "U Can't Touch This"
  • Vanilla Ice - "Ice Ice Baby" vs. Paula Abdul - "Straight Up"
  • Wale - "Lookin' At Me" vs. Black Eyed Peas ft. Tippa
  • Irie - "Hey Mama"
  • Weezer - "Beverly Hills" vs. Evidence, The Alchemist, Aceyalone, Rakaa & 88 Keys - "Fresh Rhymes And Videotape" (DJ-Guitar mix)
  • Wild Cherry - "Play That Funky Music" vs. Gang Starr - "Just To Get A Rep" (DJ-Guitar mix)
The DJ Hero Renegade Edition for Xbox 360 Includes
  • DJ Hero game for Xbox 360.
  • The Renegade edition turntable controller featuring premium metal controls and finish.
  • Hardshell turntable carrying case that converts to performance-ready DJ stand.
  • Exclusive Jay-Z and Eminem 2-CD pack featuring unreleased tracks and collectible case designed by artist Shepard Fairey.

Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Renegade Edition
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  • ASIN: B002BHXR4G
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 8 x 31 inches ; 23.5 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 27, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,060 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Renegade Edition
This game is a ton of fun to play. You will definitely need to play the tutorial levels before jumping in as there are many things requiring your attention all at once, but once you get the gist, the gameplay and music will keep you coming back for more. I have a few minor issues with the renegade edition. First,I was under the impression that the point of this version was to have additional playable tracks provided by Jay-Z and Eminem. That is not the case. The two disc set you receive with this edition are music CDs of tracks from both artists. That's great and all, but I already have all of the music (except the one exclusive Eminem track) from other CDs so this is not really a selling point for me. The case in which everything comes packed is a welcome addition as I'm not sure where I would store one more peripheral in my living room. However, once I attached the legs to make the case into a DJ stand which seems like a nice feature, I found that at my height, on carpet, the stand is a bit wobbly, which makes it more difficult to effectively scratch during the game. When I placed the turntable controller on the coffee table and played from there, the game is much easier to play. My last gripe is that there are (so far) no unedited tracks. This is the perfect medium for an M rating to allow the adult players to hear profanity and suggestive content if they so choose. In fact, that two-disc set that came with this version as a bonus has the parental warning and is indeed unedited. Over all a great game, and if you have the Jay-Z and Em songs and don't have a storage issue, I'd say save your money and skip the Renegade edition in favor of the regular version. I must say that I have not actually used the non-renegade turntable controller though so I can't vouch for its feel (the Renegade version feels heavy and solid).

GO DJ!
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Before I made my actual decision on which DJ Hero to purchase, I researched and read many reviews on Amazon to help me. I kept reading reviews on how $80 on the Renegade was ridiculous because all you get is a stand/case and a CD. Amnd through reading other people's views, I was siding with them. Yes, times are hard and no, I dont really have the money to waste but when I asked my Husband we decided to do the Renegade Edition. And I am SOOO HAPPY that we did.
I found it best to set the stand up for play. If I did not have the stand, I would have been hitting myself for passing it up. This game is truly a game for all to love. It is all and more than it was made out to be. If you are unsure whether to spend the money - get the game no matter what! But, if you are able to get the stand, it more accessible for play and to put away when done.
We cannot wait for the DJ Hero 2 to come out... hopefully soon.
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i am/was not a fan of hip hop or rap (indie, alternative are my things), but i found myself and my 6 year old, inside of the first few songs dancing and bopping to the beat.

one reason why it's good for kids is that there's less punishment for screwing up than in rock band or guitar hero: 1) you can never fail (yes you can unlock this in RB/GH but not get credit), 2) they have an awesome beginner mode that doesn't require worrying about specific buttons, 3) the music for that track only cuts out for 3-5 seconds - so even if they're playing awfully, they're still getting into it because the music's still there and enjoyable. my 6yo had a lot of trouble getting into GH and RB as a result, and never built up the confidence to play them. with DJ hero, he's more rewarded. plus the music speaks to him more.

i *strongly* suggest playing the game standing up. this is a game you want to dance to, and getting the whole body into it makes it so much more fun. the ergonomics are better when standing up than when sitting down, i find.

the renegade case makes the standup scenario possible. i don't see any piece of furniture in my house that would hold it at the right height for me (i'm 5'9 and am not using it at full height - at its lowest it works well for my short 6yo) and hold it steady. yes it's relatively flimsy, but it does do the job well and looks better than some boxes or books on a table.

the CDs - as someone who somehow missed the whole jay-z/eminem phenomenons, i thought these were a great way for me to catch up, and there are some great songs on them.
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Platform for Display: Xbox 360Edition: Renegade Edition
Ok I must be up front in that I was initially biased toward this game as I am a guitar hero fanatic. My wife got this for me when it came out and I told her there is no way that it will be that cool. WHOA! was I wrong after getting the hang of the turntable (keeping the buttons on the right hand side of the board) I started really getting into the jams and grooving even more than I did with GH. This is NOT a RAP deal it is a club/techno thing. The songs are really sweet I say I like 75% of them very much, which is far more than I can say for any GH set cept maybe World Tour. The easy level is boring way to slow, but there is a serious curve between that and medium and even more between medium and hard, it gets quite tough and timing and tempo are key to scratching. As for the stand it is an asset albeit an expensive one but you can sell the renegade eminem CD for like 35 bucks on ebay which mitigate the added expense. I know that there are a lot of hesitant GH players out there and from one to the other if you have any liking for fast paced intense jams you need to try it. Try it in the store first there are always displays. As for music type go to [...] and search for

daft punk harder better 2007

click the first one and it is an example of some of the tracks on the game which are like 100.

hope this helps those skittish rhythm game players like myself to enjoy a way fun game.
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