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DJ Max Portable 2

DJ Max Portable 2 (XSX) game cover art
Platform: PSP
Tags: Music
Developer: Pentavision


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DJ Max Portable 2 review

Reviewed July 05, 2007

woodhouse says: "DJ Max Portable 2 hails from Korea, but it might as well sit on every retail shelf in America. The first time itís loaded up, the game lets you select between options of English, Korean, and Japanese. From that point forward, all instructions appear in the chosen language. This title is an exciting test of your rhythmic ability, itís packed with an eclectic mix of music, and itís perfectly accessible to a large portion of the game-playing public. "
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