Originally released in 2015 for the PlayStation Vita, Superbeat: Xonic is a hardcore rhythm game that’s only real failing was being released during one of the Vita’s rocky patches (i.e., post launch). Now it’s out on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, ready to show a much bigger audience around some great music.
One of the first games I download whenever I get a new phone or tablet is Deemo, a touching tale of love, loss and sacrifice told through a piano-esque rhythm game. PM Studios and acttil are bringing the game to PlayStation Vita this spring.
Fans of Korea’s DJMax series have certain expectations of their rhythm games. They want complexity. They crave challenge. Their music genre preference is all over the place. Superbeat: Xonic gives us exactly what we want.
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.
About 1,000 of the 6,000 physical copies of DJ Max Portable 3 for the PSP hitting North America will be the Special Bundle Edition, and this is what it looks like.
You'd be wise to act now if you want a physical copy of PM Studios' DJ Max Portable 3 next month, as the publisher reveals only 5,000 UMD copies and 1,000 Special Bundle Editions making it stateside.
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?
As I've stated in the past, I am completely in love with the artwork included in DJ Max Fever, the combination of DJ Max Portable 1 & 2 that brings the popular Korean rhythm game to North America for the first time, courtesy of PM Studios. I have to say the cover art certainly does not disappoint, and neither does…
Have you ever looked at the artwork and graphics for a game and known right then and there that you had to have it, no matter what the game was about? I didn't know anything about the DJ Max series before publisher PM Studios passed on this collection of artwork for the game. Hell, I had even missed Luke's post…
Hey, what's hot with the kids right now? Music games, that's what. Particularly the ones where you hit buttons in time with scrolling cues. It's into this receptive market, then, that PM Studios will be publishing DJ Max Fever, with the Korean fave (Fever is a mix of DJ Max Portable and DJ Max 2) due to receive its…