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Title Screen

DJ Hero

Developers: FreeStyleGames (Xbox 360, PS3), Exient Entertainment (Wii, PS2)
Publisher: Activision
Platforms: Wii, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3
Released in US: December 27, 2009
Released in EU: December 29, 2009
Released in AU: December 28, 2009

DevTextIcon.png This game has hidden development-related text.
MusicIcon.png This game has unused music.

To do:
Unused early tutorial audio; unused hardcoded star cutoffs; discrepancies between internal song ID's; leftover config files; prerelease videos on official YouTube channel; version-specific chart differences; scrapped dual-turntable mode; much more.

Guitar Hero, minus the guitar.

Unused Mixes

To do:
See if there's a way to play these tracks in-game.

Three unused mixes exist on the disc. These were first discovered in the Wii version, but it's currently unknown if they're present in all versions.

Aceyalone - Lost Your Mind vs. Bobby Womack - Secrets

Ludacris - Stand Up vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Suck My Kiss

The Preceptionists ft. Camutao & Guru - Party Hard vs. Skillz ft. The Roots - Take It Back

Build Dates (PlayStation 2)

Present at 0x3693F8 in the main executable.

North American European
Aug 16 2009
Aug 16 2009

Hidden Text (PlayStation 2)

Present in SLES_555.77.


Shutting down game...
Shutting down text manager...
Shutting down game save manager...
Shutting down asset manager...
Shutting down controller system...
Shutting down file system...
Shutting down memory manager...


Current %s (ver %d) ELF Build %s - %s using libraries dated %s - %s
Aug 16 2009


WARNING: DJ1 is already doing a moment. This is only okay if daft punk custom moment was just triggered or it's the intro


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XML Files
Another date can be found at the folder 0 -> 0 -> 0.XML.

Exported from AttributeEdit library built on Aug  4 2009 at 08:09:41

All of these can be found in folder 0 -> 28.

10.XML contains references to a PC version.

The PC version was used for internal testing without the need to connect to a console development kit and never had a planned release.

<!-- PC Version Initial Window Position -->

	<!-- PC Version Window Size - Smaller res may increase framerate -->
	<!-- Keep the PC version quiet so you can listen to music
		 0=Normal : 1=Mute

Various comments are present in files 21.XML, 22.XML, 23.XML, and 26.XML.

<!-- All DJs must have two costumes and two skins for each costume.
	   Just make duplicate entries if these don't exist yet	 -->
<!-- How much more black can it be? The answer is ... none... -->
<!-- Exported from SDJ built on Oct 29 2007 at 11:52:34 -->
<!-- Transition controller image offscreen, allow time for transition before loading kicks in. -->
<!-- Make peripheral graphic small in preparation for gameplay. -->

Debug Symbols (PlayStation 3)

European release BLES00602 contains symbols which can be found on disc PS3_GAME\USRDIR\PS3\SYMBOLS.TXT

Download.png Download DJ Hero Debug symbols
File: BLES00602_Debug_Symbols.7z (754 KB) (info)