Submitted by TheLiztress 1059d ago | review

Vivid Gamer: DJMax Technika Tune Review

James Damian of Vivid Gamer writes: "South Korean developer Pentavision’s DJMax has quickly grown to be one of the most popular music game series in Asia. With multiple releases for the PC, portable copies for the PSP and entries for iOS, DJMax has become a staple for music and rhythm gaming fans tired of peripheral heavy fare. The DJMax Technika series has already seen three different arcade entries released and has ported an adaptation to the Vita. Utilizing the Vita’s touch screens, DJMax Technika Tune attempts to bring the fast paced arcade action to the palms of our hands while blending in new ways to play the game. How well did Pentavision recreate their arcade magic for Sony’s next gen handheld?" (DJ Max Technika Tune, PS Vita) 8/10

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