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.
Korea's charmingly difficult rhythm game series makes the leap to the PlayStation Vita this Summer with DJMax Technika Tune. Mmmm, touch the music.
PM Studios and developer Pentavision mix things up in DJ Max Portable 3 with a three-track remixing system causing fingers to fly even faster over the PSP's buttons later this year.
Fans of Pentavision's DJ Max series are a fiercely loyal bunch, but are they fiercely loyal enough to shell out $130 for the ultra-limited the crew edition of DJ Max Fever for the PSP?
Korean developer Pentavision has announced that, yes, there isn't just one new DJ Max title coming out, but two. The PSP rhythm title will be released in two different forms: Clazziquai Edition and Black Square. Pentavision is trying to satisfy both casual and hardcore gamers, but Korean website Ruliweb doesn't…