A new DJ Max game has been announced for South Korea. It’s for the PS4 and titled DJ Max Respect. No word yet on a Western release.
Fans of Korea’s DJMax series have certain expectations of their rhythm games. They want complexity. They crave challenge. Their music ge preference is all over the place. Superbeat: Xonic gives us exactly what we want.
Last generation's PSP was a bastion of great music games with titles like Lumines and Project Diva—in addition to re-releases of classics like PaRappa the Rapper and Gitaroo Man. However, one music series has been often overlooked, despite having some of the best music games around: DJMax. Why has it been snubbed?…
With DJMax Technika Tune bringing a different take on Korea's premiere rhythm game to the PlayStation Vita later this month, fans of the original can score a heavy dose of track-based tapping with DJMax Ray on the iPhone, if they don't mind dealing with a bit of bugginess.
The Korean-made DJMax games are some of the most popular in the PSP's library—in addition to being some of the best music games ever made. Now, with DJMax Technika Tune, it's coming to the Vita as well.
Korea's finest export comes to the PlayStation Vita on October 26, but waiting until then to buy would be ill-advised. The spectacular $100 limited edition goes up for preorder on Monday, September 24, and if you want DJMAX Technika Tune, you want this.
Korea's charmingly difficult rhythm game series makes the leap to the PlayStation Vita this Summer with DJMax Technika Tune. Mmmm, touch the music.
Pentavision! Who's that? Why, the Korean developer of the DJ Max and DJ Max Portable series of rhythm games, of course! At issue was that Pentavision made a music game without Konami's permission.