With the recent revelation that Paris Hilton occasionally "earns" north of $1 million for a DJ set, it's more evident than ever that you don't necessarily need talent to succeed in dance music. You simply need to be a celebrity and have some big names support you. Most of the dance music community hates that people like Hilton can earn so much money as a DJ, while others believe it's the consumers' fault for being willing to pay big money to see Hilton and similar celebrities stand behind a laptop for a few hours. In any case, the vocal opposition to the Hilton-type DJs has hit back with one of its biggest statements yet, a video game titled "Ghosts'N DJs.

The game, currently being developed by Dr. Kucho!, features various parodies of big names. Hilton is Paris Sheraton, David Guetta is Devil Guetta, Pitbull is PitBullshit, Pauly D is Pauly Douchebag, and in a disappointingly stereotypical twist, Steve Aoki is Steve Sushi. Aside from the tinge of racism with Aoki's character, this game is pretty interesting. Dr. Kucho has embedded himself as the main character as he fights against the different celebrities in the style of a Ghosts'n Goblins sidescroller.

Watch a preview of the game below!

Dr. Kucho! currently has a Kickstarter campaign to help him develop the game. Deadmau5 tweeted out his Kickstarter support of the video game, which should surprise no one.

As of this writing, $1,879 has been pledged to the Kickstarter campaign for Ghosts'n DJs. The goal for the campaign is $45,000.

Kickstarter campaign for Ghosts'n DJs: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/drkucho/ghostsn-djs-edm-retro-arcade-lampoon

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