If DJs mixed video clips instead of music, it would probably turn out just as obnoxious as this game. SCEI's just-released TVDJ, one of the few DVD-ROM PS2 games, is a combination puzzle/music game featuring celshaded graphics. The object is to place video sequences inside set blocks of eight by pressing buttons (one button for each length of video clip, one through four). It gets more difficult when the game lays out suggested clips in the sequence. Then you have to set up the right number of clips to fit around the suggested one. Once each stage is finished, you're treated to a replay of the show and given a ratings score. In between levels you get a peek at behind-the-scenes footage of the actors talking amongst themselves and the TV station's owner praising the work you're doing. When you beat the game, a more difficult Director's Cut mode opens. After completing that, you are given the freedom to play any of the stages over as many times as you like. Too short and annoying to be entertaining.