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Developer: Rocky Studio
Content Rating: Teen
DJMAX Respect is a rhythmic music game developed for PlayStation 4. The production is a special annual installment of the DJMAX series, which was launched in 2004 by a Korean company called Neowiz. The title is a return of the franchise to consoles after a several-year break filled with games released for Android- and iOS-powered mobile devices.
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Looking at the same notes fall down to the same virtual DJ equipment would get boring quickly. Thankfully, some of the unlocks available as the player progresses is new skins for both. So the notes can rain down onto the screen in a wide array of colors and patterns, including sets from older games in the series. The look of the equipment that represents the player’s gear can be changed as well.
Although I came in rusty, DJMax Respect beckoned me to keep my fingers dancing and to further one-up myself. The more I did that the more fun it became, and I'm looking forward to enjoying all of the DLC to come, and potentially, the full-on resurrection of DJMax in the west.
DJMax Respect is an excellent package for rhythm game fans to pick up, regardless of having played the series before or not. It’s absolutely loaded with tracks and a strong difficulty curve, meaning that players are regularly being challenged to do increasingly difficult tracks. 140 songs is more than enough, but there will soon be a cavalcade of DLC for those looking to stockpile even more music. With so much content right out of the gate, rhythm lovers will find themselves coming back to DJMax Respect again and again.