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The Harmonix office must be an absolute nightmare. Plastic instruments everywhere, like an elephant graveyard of peripherals, gathering dust and leaking memories of Rock Band parties long past. Do they use the fake drum sets as plant stands? Are the guitars mounted on the wall as if they used to belong to Van Halen? Or do they just chuck ’em all in the bin as soon as the games go out of production?

Fuser, perhaps, is the answer to this imagined plastic mess: a music game with no peripherals at all. The DJ game takes place entirely on the console, requiring the player to memorise a bunch of fairly complex instructions to create mixes of music that don’t sound like absolute arse.

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