Recognized by some as the best DJ in the world, Armin van Buuren is getting his own Wii game titled Armin van Buuren: In the Mix.
The game is being headed up by Dutch publishers Foreign Media Games. It's said to include a number of van Buuren's hits, as well as some material exclusive to the game itself. In the Mix will also feature artists he regularly works with. Armin commented:
"I have been a huge games freak for years and I'm, of course, a music fanatic. Music mixing technology has improved greatly over recent years. You can do a lot more with your choice of records and the various effects, making it even more fun to mesmerize your audience, take them on a musical journey and let them party on. Now you can discover how great it is to mix your own music in your own living room! This game shows you how I work as a DJ, but you can also use your own style. Perfect your skills and make your friends and family totally crazy about Dance and Trance".
Totally crazy? Perhaps.
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