Video games and music have gone hand in hand for decades. Long before there was Guitar Hero, there was Guitar Freaks. Prior to marketing Wii Fit as a fitness title, Nintendo had Dance Aerobics, which was classified as a rhythm game. Things have obviously changed a little bit and most would agree it is for the better. What happens when art and life collide? Do people really want to learn how play guitar because they enjoy jamming on Rock Band? Do real life spinners naturally do better when playing DJ Hero?
Unfortunately, some companies may have missed the mark on why people play music games leading to major shifts in the gaming industry. Our Nfamous rocker, Jeremy, decided to speak with a few gamers and a few of their real world counterparts to get some candid opinions.