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Submitted by Lavalamp 756d ago | review

DJMAX Technika Tune Review | Defunct Games

Defunct Games: "It may be expensive, but with 67 songs and impeccable gameplay, DJ Max Technika Tune is the PS Vita's best rhythm game. The solid gameplay is made better with the solid presentation and videos for every song. Gamers who can't stand the Korean music scene may want to sit this one out, but adventurous Vita owners will find a lot to love in this DJ Max spin-off." (DJ Max Technika Tune, PS Vita) B/A+

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