CGRundertow DJ MAX PORTABLE 3 for PSP Video Game Review





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Published on Jul 10, 2012

DJ Max Portable 3 review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of DJ Max Portable 3 for Sony PSP.

From JRPGs to portable music games, huh? I'm fine with that. Especially since these offerings - including DJ Max Portable 3 - have been quality games in their own rights. Leave it to a Korean studio to once again take up the slack where Konami all-but abandoned the genre. So now you've got 41 different flavors of K-Pop, five button sets (with and without the analog stick for remixing), missions, a unique combo-boosting system, and a wall of groove.

This video review features video gameplay footage of DJ Max Portable 3 for Sony PSP and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's TJ.

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Comments • 34

"You need more Practice! Never give IT up!"
God this review is terrible. FOCUS ON THE GAME
Sammer Ezaimat
Jay González
Well I don't have a mission for any type of fag stopping anymore. :/
Absolute Randomness
Same with their barring against Pentavision. Konami already succeeded shutting EZ2DJ down. Forte Escape and other notable composers went on working with Pentavision and DJMAX was born. Komani tried to shut DJMAX down, but failed to do so.
Absolute Randomness
I think Konami made a huge mistake on barring other games that they think might harm their already established games. They tried to shut down Roxor (In The Groove) & Andamiro (Pump It Up). They succeeded the former, but not the latter. What's worse is the core staff of ITG went on making PIU Pro, which makes PIU (starting with NX) having more great songs. Which if Konami let Roxor go (or even supported them), they would have another great game handled by Konami or merge/crossover with DDR.
It's on PSN now. It came out a while back.
Chris Sialer
do i have to import this game or is it sold in the us? 
Miguel Angel Medina Rise
*you're :p Ha but good one, I got a great laugh out of that. Thing is, many people I know who play rock band or guitar hero see DJMAX as a rip off. Not knowing that DJMAX came first. 
You didn't read the part where the offenders name was dontakemeseriously...
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