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Timbaland Explains Beaterator Video Game

Posted By on September 2, 2009

    Timbaland will soon compete with Jay-Z and Eminem, in the video game market. Timbo will be releasing his "Beaterator" video game while Jigga and Eminem plan to release their "DJ Hero" game. The Grammy-Award winning producer recently explained what made his video game different from the others out there. "Guitar Hero teaches the history of certain old groups, but mine is more like what people hear on the radio — I probably missed a few corners, but that's what going back in and fixing things will do once I hear what fans want and say I didn't do. That's why it takes almost four years to make the game. I wanted people to feel like they can also make a beat too." [Timbaland's Beaterator Video Game Preview – Watch Here]

    Timbaland goes on to say that his game isn't simple and easy, it's really like producing a beat. "It's more than just pressing a button. It's like a stress reliever too. It's just one of those things where I just can't describe it. I was so excited by the finished product that I just don't know what it is. It's a drum machine, it's a ProTools set, it's some of everything you can possibly name." [Timbaland's Beaterator Video Game Preview – Watch Here]

Beaterator Preview