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Submitted by Lucario 922d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: DJMax Technika Tune Review

DHGF: DJMax Technika Tune is a fine rhythm game in general on a console that could use more fine exclusives, and if you can get into the soundtrack, it’s definitely worth checking out. The game is very well presented, as the interface is very well designed and vibrant and the music videos played are varied and high quality, while the soundtrack is clear and full of lots of catchy tunes and the audio effects are all well selected and implemented. The game offers a wide difficulty variance, allowing players of all skill levels to tailor the game to their capabilities through difficulty level selection, mode selection and modification options that give the game strong appeal to the best or worst players out there. (DJ Max Technika Tune, PS Vita) -

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