posted by Supermane1985 (PORTLAND, OR) Mar 20, 2013
Member since Oct 2011
gamers (17%) found this review helpful
After reading previews I was really excited for an arcade based music game on the Vita. However DJ Technika Tune was a huge disappointment. After a short tutorial you are thrown into select screens with little explanation and no objectives. What may work on a large arcade cabinet does not translate to a handheld here and apparently my skills on similar cabinets don't either. But the limited game modes, lack of objectives, and barely passable controls aren't what really ruin this game, it's the music. Music games live and die on their song selection and there isn't one song in this game I would listen to twice by choice. It sways wildly from butchered classical tunes, to silly k-Pop, to just cacophonous sounds. Maybe if you love the original cabinet you can find some enjoyment here but if you aren't in love with this game before you even try it, rent something else.
posted by gameongreggy (KINGSTON, NY) May 16, 2013
Member since May 2013
Played for about 20 mins, but noted do not register on screen, barely a tutorial, doesnt explain anything, even on easy notes fly on screen, matching almost hardest difficulty of Elite Beat.
If I could use buttons I might spend more time with it, but when my touch on the screen isn't registering, it's basically broke