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DJ Max Portable 3 - Sony PSP

Platform : Sony PSP
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  • Experience the all new 3 track remix system designed exclusively for DJ Max Portable 3
  • Watch the vibrant music videos come to life while playing the classic single track mode
  • Collect hundreds of unlockable items gear and modes for an endless amount of gameplay fit for all types of players
  • Challenge the world and show off your skills through the all new global ranking system
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Come test your coordination and skill in the the sequel to the game that started the ultimate music game craze! As the master DJ, mox your way through over 50 unique tracks and take on the all new Mission mode filled with tons of new challenges and styles. With tons of unloackable and hidden features, DJ Max Portable 3 will keep you playing endlessly!

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  • ASIN: B0040GBBK8
  • Item Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 14, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,998 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Solid on October 25, 2010
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This review is short and simple for those who like to go straight to the point.

(Disclaimer: Review made in Oct 25, 2010, and having unlocked quite a deal of stuff in the game. Which means, some features may not have been reviewed due to still being locked in the game. The review will be updated if necessary):

+ New songs. Amazing tunes, as expected from Pentavision. With genres that range from Reggaeton to k-pop to techno to ambient to rock to all sorts of tunes, this game has a song for everyone to enjoy.
+ Old tunes, remixed. For those who are familiar with classic DJMAX tunes, you'll be pleased to know some of them are back with a new kick to them.
+ New Remix mode*. Aside from 4 button and 6 button, the game now has a 3.2, 4.2, and 6.2 (B) button mode (now named T, for Trax).
+ Stunning Visuals. Pentavision has never failed in delivering a good deal of eye candy. It was also kind of strange to have a video that used a real life model. In Portable 1 and 2 they were always animated or pre-rendered videos in both 2D and 3D.

- Classic Intro no more. In Portable 1 we had an awesome 2D animated intro. In Portable 2 we had another awesome animated intro but in 3D. In Portable 3... we got no quality animation intro whatsoever. We get the name of the producers and a picture of 3 girls... Kinda lame and lazy from their part.
- 5 button mode is completely gone. I still don't understand why they took this one away. It was so much fun and a great learning step for those who wanted to move from 4 to 6 buttons.
- Multiplayer was removed. Portable 2 brought multiplayer to the table so, why take it away? Take it for granted it wasn't really well done, it was still fun to play with a friend.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By IntelijentGamer on October 22, 2010
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The DJ Max Portable games are rhythm games similar to other games in the genre, like Pop'n Music, Beatmania, and Guitar Hero/Rock Band. Rhythm games usually have some sort of "gimmick" to differentiate themselves from the other titles, and the first DJ Max Portable's gimmick was simply being one of the first rhythm games for the PSP. The soundtrack ranged from rap to pop, probably to appeal to a larger audience. I loved the first game because its game mechanic was simple but the songs were still difficult to beat.

DJ Max Portable 3 feels like both an upgrade and a step backwards. The songs are easier to beat than in previous DJ Max titles, the song variety seems to be missing, and features like multiplayer and O.S.T mode are missing. The new "remix" system seems to be the only challenge the game imposes on the player, and only when playing the hardest of the "remix" varieties (the "6.2 Track"). This new system is a combination of three classic modes during one song. Players must navigate the three zones using the analog nub to hit the correct notes. The analog nub does not feel responsive enough to shift through each zone when more notes start to appear on screen. This makes the game feel clunky during this mode. If your PSP analog nub is not very responsive this new remix system will be nearly unplayable at harder difficulties.

What DJ Max Portable 3 has going for it seems to be higher production value. All of the songs sound decent at the very least, especially if you are a fan of pop or electronic. The background videos are a huge improvement when compared to the first two DJ Max games. Even the menu screens look better than previous versions (imo). Pentavision wanted DJ Max 3 to ooze style, so they rebooted the series to start from scratch.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. H. Mauricio on July 27, 2011
The DJ Max series has had success internationally. Originally a Korea-only affair, Portable, Portable 2, Clazziquai, and Black Square were all easily imported thanks to the PSP's region-free stance on games and the game's easy to access nature with options that can be set to English. 2009 saw the first international version of DJ Max with DJ Max Fever, a best-hits compilation of DJ Max 1 & 2 for the North American and Asian markets. Now, Portable 3 becomes the first main DJ Max game to be released world-wide. This time, the game is virtually identical to all markets.

Portable 3 takes on a more glamorous route with its selection of songs to the flashy game menus. Your first impression of the game will be a positive one, but that quickly fades away as you see the many flaws and reductions made from previous editions.

First and foremost the game ONLY HAS 37 SONGS! A count that is even less than the small Clazziquai and Black Square editions (but the two can be purchased as a set for a surprisingly small price). The first two games had song counts in the 60s and had a much more enjoyable soundtrack. Clazziquai and Black Square, had their own unique flavor to make a nice soundtrack. Portable 3, unfortunately fails to find its own with its bland collection of modern style Korean pop tunes, modern electro, and its focus on remixes. What adds insult to injury is Pentavision's bizarre practices on how they develop their games. First off all, they must insist on imposing saved game locks that are unique to the PSP console that you decide to play the game on. If anything were to happen to your PSP and it breaks, you lose your save file FOREVER.
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