Summary: This is an absolutely must-have for bemani-style lovers! A great music collection, (I personally like Black Square better, but it doesn't fall behind), nice graphics, and responsive controls. Great game.
Summary: I am a fan of rhythm games. The DJ max series are my favorites. U get to choose the level of difficulty based on the number of buttons to work with. Anyone who has never played any DJ max games can step right into gear and enjoy it. I hope more games of this kind will appear in the gaming market.
Summary: Ok so DJMAX is one of the greatest PSP games of all time. Its not really a well known game to my knowledge so I tell everyone I know about this game and recommend it to them. Anyways, this game is basiclly very simple, just hit the notes to make the music!
Summary: I purchased this game because it seemed very similar to IIDX. The first thing I noticed was the insane learning curve. On beginner mode, up to about level 5 songs are pretty easy. Then level 6 they just go insane.
Summary: The Good: Awesomely huge soundtrack, super addictive game play, lots of extras The Bad: Same as the Korean versions, nothing new has been added, missing key songs from previous titles DJ Max is a huge rhythm game hit in Korea that use a DDR type game play style.
Summary: I actually used to not care for "rhythm games". I've tried a few (some obscure, some major titles...I'll keep those unnamed), but ultimately they fell flap and failed to show me why rhythm games are even games.
Summary: Since the game's release, I've probably spent close to 80 hours on it so far. And you know what? I've only unlocked 19% of content so far! There are a ton of things to do and unlock. There are characters(that players can use as avatars) to unlock, interfaces to unlock and music videos to unlock.
Summary: This is the best portable rhythm game i have ever played. Now that there is a North American release for the DJ Max series, i see no reason why anyone should not buy it. It is a must have for your PSP game collection. You will have hours of fun Mastering the 4, 6 and the 8 button modes.