The Sims: Hot Date[edit | edit source]
Despite being introduced in Hot Date, the presence of DJ Z-Buffer is tied to an object from House Party. As a result he cannot appear in-game unless the player has both expansion packs installed.
While DJ Z-Buffer is at a DJ Booth, the player can direct a playable sim to
Request a different radio station to be played, or
Request Next Song to play the next song on a radio station. The player is unable to interact with him in any other way.
Amusingly, if there is more than one booth on a lot there will be multiple clones of DJ Z-Buffer. If the booths are in close proximity, the DJs may try to operate each other's booths.
The Sims 2: Nightlife[edit | edit source]
If Downtown has not been associated with the main neighborhood, instead of the pre-made DJs, the game will generate DJs to work at the booth.
List of DJs[edit | edit source]
These DJs have their names randomized when the Downtown sub-neighborhood is associated with the main neighborhood. Their names are only referenced in the game files.
The Sims 3: Showtime[edit | edit source]
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The Sims 4: Get Together[edit | edit source]
Like most other NPCs in The Sims 4, there are no premade DJs. They are either randomly selected from available townies or generated if there aren't any available. There are two types of DJs: Professional and Headliner. Headliner DJs have maximum DJ mixing skill and wear robotic helmets.
DJs will be automatically assigned to operate booths in nightclubs. On other lots, they can be hired for a fee.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
DJ Z-Buffer in The Sims: House Party.