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E3 ‘09: Def Jam Rapstar Developer Interview

Def Jam Rapstar“Def Jam Rapstar” is going to be big. At first glance it may just appear to be another music game, just with hip-hop instead of rock music, but it’s really a whole lot more. “Rapstar” may take a few ideas from fellow rhythm game “SingStar,” but, the thing is, there’s an inherent level of competition built into hip-hop, that is going to work exceptionally well in video game form. Add to that the very well designed online community centered around uploading performance videos from the game, and “Rapstar” ends up being one of the most unique (and fun) rhythm games to hit the stores in a long time. Yeah … the kids are gonna love this one.

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4 Responses to “E3 ‘09: Def Jam Rapstar Developer Interview”

  1. Floss on June 11th, 2009 11:32 pm

    Why all those people look like they are signing? Not rappin?


    Charles Grove Reply:

    Damn fake ass Pharell


    UnitDaGamer Reply:

    vocoders and singing is sadly what’s passing as rap these days…


    Floss Reply:

    But at least in the video you showed they could’ve looked like they are rapping. I don’t know any rap songs that you move your mouth slow to!


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