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  • Summary: Make your own hit without any musical training in a matter of minutes! The biggest brand in music creation software comes to Playstation 2. Eight real-world clubs and locations are waiting for you: each with a different and current music style for your creativity to explore. With help given to you along the way by DJ Carl Cox, you can be sure that the crowd in your Clubworld will be jumpin'! [Crave Entertainment] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 5
  2. Negative: 1 out of 5
  1. There’s "MTV Music Generator" and there is this. Personally (and from the viewpoint of this particular reviewer) eJay is the better program purely because it is so user friendly. And we’ve already got a PC thanks.
  2. An innovative title that will entertain, educate and possibly inspire. While a bit of music background will enhance your enjoyment, Clubworld is designed so anyone who can operate a Dual Shock can stumble their way into some impressive results.
  3. 76
    It's incredibly cheap, relatively easy to learn, and offers more functionality than you'd think. My biggest complaints about eJay are the dividing of musical genres and the lack of more samples.
  4. The devil is in the details, and Ejay Clubworld's clunky controls will wear on you after a while. [Aug 2003, p.91]
  5. The only thing eJay has on its competitors is the Scratch mode, a fairly solid (and, as far as I can tell, reasonably realistic) dual-turntable simulator. [Oct 2003, p.116]
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