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. The song selection is fantastic, and arguably wider in scope than any of the preceding games, as it covers a variety of genres.
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. With great songs, many of which are catchy, innovating controls, and graphics that are impressive on the PSP, this will fit the need of any music-game fan on the go.
Summary: R&B songs: Check. Techno songs: Check. Rock songs: Check. Pop songs: Check. Really pop songs: Check again. Really, really pop-py songs that make you wanna scream "This is better than Justin Bieber" songs: Check and check. If you don't know what DJ Max Portable is, it's a video game exclusive created by Koreans and was made for PSP, PC, and Arcade.