The PlayStation 4 gets its next rhythm game on March 6

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News by Matt S.

But the real question is will it pull us away from Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Future Tone?

Probably not, but DJMax Respect is looking really fine, and will be released in just a few weeks. This is the latest in a rhythm game series that has been around for a long time indeed, and is well known for catering to the more hardcore rhythm game community with challenging scoring and often quite experimental music, predominantly from Korea and Japan.

There’s an awful lot of content in this game, too. DJMax Respect features songs from previous DJMax games, including 107 songs from DJMax Portable and DJMax Portable 2, and introducing 40 new songs for Respect. DLC will pad that track list out even further, but close to 150 music tracks just to start with is indeed a great start.

There’s a new trailer below, showing you how much fun people are finding the game. Rhythm game fans are truly spoiled for choice these days.

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