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Submitted by Lavalamp 846d ago | review

DJMAX Technika Tune Review | Japanator

Japanator: "DJMAX Technika Tune offers a smooth, enjoyably frustrating experience rooted in precisely-tuned gameplay fundamentals, and presented attractively, with a level of engagement that relies on mechanics rather than sentiment, effectively transcends one's taste in music, which in the case of the game's arguably exotic track listing would present the highest initial barrier to entry. It may not be especially generous with the extras and fluff, but gets it all right where it counts the most, with the added bonus of making the PS Vita's touch gimmicks useful and relevant to play." (DJ Max Technika Tune, PS Vita) 8/10

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