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!
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. The game has been well-known for its great song selection, and addictive rhythm game play, but after so many iterations of the same thing people were longing for some changes, and thankfully...
Summary: I've yet to play the Korean offerings for this series but from what I've experienced from North America's first fun, but slightly glitchy and unpolished release I can safely say that DJ Portable Max 3 has made some noticeable improvements. Such as the new sleekly designed menus, the awesome new and revised soundtrack, which is a little on the lighter side compared to some of fever's dedicated hardcore techno tracks, and the new 3.2 and 4.2 button modes, which replaced...
Summary: This review is short and simple for those who like to go straight to the point. (Disclaimer: Review made in Oct 25, 2010, and having unlocked quite a deal of stuff in the game. Which means, some features may not have been reviewed due to still being locked in the game. The review will be updated if necessary): + New songs. Amazing tunes, as expected from Pentavision.
Not quite Clazziquai-level quality, but still superb
18 October 2010
Summary: My introduction to the series was the excellent, overseas-only (but VERY import-friendly) DJ Max Clazziquai Edition, so that may skew my viewpoint a bit. Having played through Clazzi, Black Square and Fever, and now having picked up DJ Max Portable 3, I can safely say that DJ Max 3 is a great game, but I'm not quite feeling it the same way I did Clazziquai. First the pros: there are a couple things that strike me right off the bat. The classy packaging.
DJ Max Portable 3: Welcome to America...Limited Edition (Review)
MC White "MC White", Amazon
16 October 2010
Summary: Holla DJ Max, and welcome to America. Thanks to PM Studios (and Pentavision!), this game franchise has finally seen it's way West, with a totally new, and fresh game for our Stateside audience. While DJ Max Fever came out here, in North America, it was a rehash, and not quite what DJ Max #3 brings to the plate, this outing. This review is more of a review of the Limited Edition package, and less of the game itself.
Summary: DJ Max 3 is similar to ‘DJ Max 1 & 2’, but the only differnce is the
new remix system. If you liked the old DJ Max but want a change in the gameplay,
then DJ Max is the game for you. One let down in the game… Unlike most DJ Max
games this one didnt have as many songs which hooked you on to the game.