Scratch: The Ultimate DJ was a music video game announced by Genius Products in 2008. Similarly to Konami's Beatmania series, it would have employed a specialized turntable controller (called the "Scratch Deck"), which would have allowed the player to follow along to the rhythm game while simulating common DJ techniques, such as scratching. The game had been held up in legal action between publisher Genius Products and former developer 7 Studios. A replacement developer, Bedlam Games had been announced following the lawsuit and the source code was returned to Genius as per a legal order.

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  • Scratch: The Ultimate DJ was a music video game announced by Genius Products in 2008. Similarly to Konami's Beatmania series, it would have employed a specialized turntable controller (called the "Scratch Deck"), which would have allowed the player to follow along to the rhythm game while simulating common DJ techniques, such as scratching. The game had been held up in legal action between publisher Genius Products and former developer 7 Studios. A replacement developer, Bedlam Games had been announced following the lawsuit and the source code was returned to Genius as per a legal order. On May 26, 2010, Numark announced that the game was coming to the iPhone, iPad and Microsoft Windows and were due for release later that year. However, nothing was released. In September 2011, Bedlam Games laid off 90% of its staff and later shut its doors. Since the closure of Bedlam, none of the parties have given any sort of statement regarding the future of the game. As of June 11, 2014 the website for Scratch no longer exists. (en)
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  • Scratch: The Ultimate DJ was a music video game announced by Genius Products in 2008. Similarly to Konami's Beatmania series, it would have employed a specialized turntable controller (called the "Scratch Deck"), which would have allowed the player to follow along to the rhythm game while simulating common DJ techniques, such as scratching. The game had been held up in legal action between publisher Genius Products and former developer 7 Studios. A replacement developer, Bedlam Games had been announced following the lawsuit and the source code was returned to Genius as per a legal order. (en)
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  • Scratch: The Ultimate DJ (en)
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