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Sat, Jan 23, 2010 | 20:14 GMT
FreestyleGames has said that it’s chatting to some “incredible musicians” for an appearance in future DJ Hero DLC and the recently announced DJ Hero 2.
Thu, Oct 29, 2009 | 16:52 GMT
FreeStyleGames’ Chris Lee has revealed to IGN that the first bit of DLC for DJ Hero will be released today.
Both tracks are set to land on Xbox Live and PSN today, and feature “All of Me” by 50 Cent (featuring Mary J. Blige) mixed with Queen’s “Radio Ga Ga”, and Gorrilaz’ “Dare” mixed with Public Enemy’s “Can’t Truss It”.
The two-pack will run you 480 MS Points ($6.00/£4.08/€5.58) and when released for Wii, 300 WiiPoints ($3).
Come November 24, a three-pack from David Guetta will include remixes of “Sexy Bitch,” “On The Dance Floor,” and “When Love Takes Over”, and will run you 640 MS Points ($8.00/£5.44/€7.44).
More through the link.
Wed, Oct 15, 2008 | 11:48 BST
In the wake of selling to Activision, FreeStyleGames boss Chris Lee has told VG247 that the English developer is currently working on a brand new IP for the publisher, and that the studio is to play a major role in the expansion of Guitar Hero throughout Europe.
“A big part of Activision’s growth strategy for [Guitar Hero] in Europe is to work with more local developers and to create more localized song content that resonates with the European market,” he said.
“Our studio will play a big part in that strategy. It’s been great fun to be able to work on this content and we continue to grow the team that’s working on this. We’re also working on an original intellectual property, which we’re very excited about and itching to say more about this when the time comes.”
FSG has already completed much Guitar Hero III DLC work for Activision, and is now focused on Guitar Hero World Tour, said the exec.
The move into Activision appears to have been a painless one: Lee confirmed there had been no job losses as a result.
“Yes,” he said when asked is all staff would remain employed.
“All current management have signed long terms contracts with FreeStyleGames. All the teams and projects continue as normal. Nothing will change within the studio, other than an increased support network within Activision and a little more financial muscle to continue our recruitment drive and deliver world class games.”
Read our full interview with Chris after the break.