Summary: Similar in nature to DJ Max Portable Fever, the game has a somewhat erratic difficulty curve between songs, but the remix system is a blast to play once you get the hang of it, and really adds to a lot of the songs it's implemented in.
Summary: After a luke warm reception of DJ Max Fever, many wondered if the franchise will ever get another shot. Thankfully it did! While Fever was a mash-up of DJ Max Portable 1 & 2 (with annoying bugs to boot), Portable 3 was a pure, untampered release that the series really deserved.
Summary: i've played almost every version available on PSP, aside Black Box, and this is one of my favourite. Great Songs, still boasts the insane DJ Max Difficulty (though may be a little easier than past games - still harder than DJM Fever I.M.O). Fun nonetheless, definitely recommended!
Summary: In DJMAX Portable 3 is included Remix mode i just like this mode so must also their have a brand new song too eg. cosmic fantastic love song,raise me up and they just remix an old song like supersonic and enemy storm too. Just buy it or you miss a great music game ever.
Great song selections keep the long running series alive
Richard Baker "BinaryMessiah", Amazon
28 March 2012
Summary: The Good: Great new song selection, the new tracks mode adds depth, unlocking comes at faster rates, tighter menus The Bad: Still not enough to change the series DJ Max is probably the best rhythm game on the PSP, but that isn't saying much since there aren't too many on the system.
Summary: Ok. First off, I'm a big fan of the DJMAX series. I recently purchased Fever and LOVED it. I have also played other DJMAX titles but I have to say, this is the WORST!! The graphics and interface are somewhat decent, but once you get into the game play it's horrible.
Cuts up the wazoo ruin DJ Max Portable's first full international coming out party.
C. H. Mauricio, Amazon
27 July 2011
Summary: The DJ Max series has had success internationally. Originally a Korea-only affair, Portable, Portable 2, Clazziquai, and Black Square were all easily imported thanks to the PSP's region-free stance on games and the game's easy to access nature with options that can be set to English.