Every now and then a new game appears which instantly grabs us and screams success - both EyeToy and Singstar achieved this, and Sony's latest title DJ: Decks & FX seems to be making us feel the same again.


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Details of specific track listings aren't currently available from Sony, but it's expected that some 50 fully licensed songs will feature - all of which can be remixed, have samples clipped out and looped in to other tracks, and have well-known vocals from one song placed over the top of another.

Several thousand pounds worth of professional quality mixing kit is represented in the game, ranging from decks and samplers to mixing desks and drum beat machines. It'll even be possible to cue up tracks on the decks using the Socom USB headset, ready to be played out via speakers in the final mix.


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DJ: Decks & FX is due for release on the PlayStation 2 in time for Christmas - we can only hope that Sony decide to release a version for the PSP to allow for some mixing on the move.