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eJay Clubworld (PS2) - Features & Screens

by Rainier on June 24, 2002 @ 9:27 a.m. PDT

After phenomenal success on the PC, eJay has branched out onto PS2 with its latest software eJay Clubworld. The Stuttgart-based developers have carried out extensive research into the technical capabilities of the PS2 and are convinced it is the ideal console platform on which to showcase eJay music software first. "We have great plans for eJay Clubworld," says Hajo Ewert, Director of Marketing & Sales at eJay Entertainment GmbH. "Thanks to the sound capabilities of the PS2, eJay Clubworld will set a new standard for music games on that platform. eJay Clubworld enables gamers to enjoy a richer, more intense music experience than was previously possible on a video game system."

In eJay Clubworldthe user can explore the world's club scene and can easily make his or her own music in a particular club. Each real-life club and location stands for a typical music and lifestyle. Features include integrated drum machine, synthesiser, video animator using outstanding 3D graphic FX and scratch mode never seen before in any other PlayStation® product. A 12-chapter tutorial introduces the user to the interface. Furthermore, the PlayStation®2 music game features a massive sound library of over 10 000 sounds and loops covering more than 20 styles of music. Last but not least, you will be able to join in the multiplayer Live Jam Mode with your friends. You can save more than 100 songs on one single Memory Card. What's more, eJay's forthcoming PlayStation®2 product can also be used as a jukebox.

  • 8 clubs around the world to enter: Amnesia (Spain), U60311 (Germany), Athena (India), Brooklyn (USA), Queen Club (France), The End (UK), Zouk (Singapore), Old Mill (Virgin Islands) all introduced by big-name DJ Carl Cox.
  • Over 10,000 sounds from the most common electronic music genres across the world of dance, house and hiphop covering more than 20 styles: hiphop, rap, nu skool, R & B, 2-step, trance, hard trance, techno, chillout, easy listening, ambient, filtered house, tech house, vocal house, drum & bass, trip hop, breakbeat, electro, acid, reggae and latin.
  • eJay scratch turntables controlled with analog sticks for great live mixing
  • eJay Groove Generator and Hyper Generator for own drum beats
  • eJay Mix Station - jukebox & mix-player/ eJay PS2 3D-visualizer & Video Generator/ eJay MultiPlayer - perfect live jamming with up to 4 Players using multitap.
  • Real-time eJay Audio Engine with hifi stereo sound output in CD-quality
  • Unique eJay streaming routines for instant music creation in real-time
  • Equalizer, booster and audio mixer incl. panorama for each track for optimal sound manipulation
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