DJ Hero

DJ Hero is Music, Rhythm-based, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision. The game allows the player to create his new remix and mash-up from one or more previously recorded tracks. It provides score attack gameplay, similar to Guitar Hero games… read more
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What are best DJ Hero Alternatives for PS3?

#1 Guitar Hero

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Guitar Hero is a Puzzle, Rhythm, Music, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by Harmonix and published by RedOctane. In this game, the player can play with the help of guitar and game controller to produce the music by pressing the button.

The game controller has five different colored buttons, and each button provides different kinds of notes and makes music that is required to progress. The game offers various Modes such as Training Mode, Career Mode, Quick Play Mode, and Multiplayer Mode, etc. After the progress, the game allows the player to go on different events to show his abilities and earn experience points.

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#2 Rock Band

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Rock Band is a Rhythm Music and Single and Multiplayer video game created by Harmonix and published by MTV Games. It is the first entry in the series of Rock Band and revolves around four players to simulate the performance of famous songs by playing bass guitars, drums, etc.

The player receives experience points as a reward based on his skills to match scrolling notes while playing musical instruments. It contains a set of levels, and the player must score the highest points in each level and defeat rival singers to become the best.

#3 Michael Jackson: The Experience

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Michael Jackson: The Experience is a Rhythm, Music, Single and Multiplayer video game created and published by Ubisoft. It includes lots of Michael Jackson hit songs such as Billie Jean, Black or White, Beat it, Bad, and more.

It revolves around dance style gameplay and includes three different modes, such as Classic, Duo, and Crew. You must follow the interesting character Michael Jackson’s moves in Classic Mode. The second mode is used for duets while in the third mode, the game includes two backup dancers and enables you to select one of three to dance.

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#4 Guitar Hero Live

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Guitar Hero Live is a Single and Multiplayer, Rhythm and Music video game created by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision. The gameplay is almost similar to its previous installments, but it offers some new tracks, features, and Modes that make the game more entertaining.

In the game, the player requires a guitar type game controller to play it with strum bar and buttons to produce the music. In Guitar Hero, the player can play the game with five buttons, but in this installment, the player can control the game with six buttons that arranged in two rows of three.

#5 Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F 2nd is Music, Rhythm, and Single-player video game developed and published by Sega. It is a sequel to the original game Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F that offers lots of new features, such as new songs and character modules.

The game provides new mini-games, including a clapping game that makes the game more interesting. While playing the rhythm mode, it allows the player to change the skin color or decorate it with different things.

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#6 Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F

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Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA F is a Fantasy, Rhythm, Music, and Single-player video game developed and published by Sega. It is a fifth installment in the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA series, offering lots of new features, upgrades, and modes.

The primary gameplay is similar to its previous titles, in which the player aims to hit the right rhythm at the right time. It introduces a new star symbol that represents the Scratch move where instead of pressing the face button, as usual, the player rubs the screen.

More About DJ Hero

DJ Hero is Music, Rhythm-based, Single and Multiplayer video game developed by FreeStyleGames and published by Activision. The game allows the player to create his new remix and mash-up from one or more previously recorded tracks.

It provides score attack gameplay, similar to Guitar Hero games. The game has over ninety-four remixes of two tracks from a selection of more than a hundred different music tracks of several genres. The player can press the button to active the beats, adjust crossfade between the songs, and scratch the tuneable to make the songs.

Both single and multiplayer modes are available, and the game lets the player choose the song from the DJ player to play alongside another player using controls of Guitar Hero.

The game includes core features such as various songs, record songs, and play with friends, multiple artists, and much more. DJ Hero offers great mechanics, quite engaging gameplay and brilliant graphics details.

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