DJMax Respect V is making its debut today with Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass. It will include over 180 tracks, online multiplayer, and an exciting mix of genres, with keyboard and controller support.
If you’re not familiar with the rhythm genre, there are a host of different mechanics explored within. Do you have games like Just dance, where you must physically dance along with the characters on screen. Then there are games like Rock band either beatmania, which features notes flying down a set path that you must press the corresponding on-screen button to match. This is how the DJMax series works.
You choose a song and then you are presented with a utilitarian interface that requires you to follow the notes that appear on the screen. The images that accompany your chosen song will play in the background, and it’s your job to fill in as many notes on the beat as possible. It’s all a very rudimentary setup, but it’s done pretty well. Pressing buttons to the beat feels natural and precise, and you feel like you’ve really accomplished something when all is said and done.
DJMax Respect V It’s already a hit on Steam and it’s not hard to see why. DJMax Respect V made a big win if you’re just looking at static screens with moving bars. The main menu makes me smile every time I see its little icon adornments and hear the title theme. Some of his songs, several of which span his entire story, are good. Respect it’s a whirlwind of art, so much so that it really can’t be contained in any one song.
At any time of the day, you can spend 5-10 minutes playing specific missions, play whatever you want in freestyle mode, or play with other friends in online mode. The best part is that you can level up as you play and get rewards like unlocking new songs, equipment and notes.
DJMax Respect V has a huge catalog of songs, although many may not be familiar to Western audiences. At the end of a song, if he completed it, he is presented with a score, indicating how well he did, if he hit all his marks, how many he missed, and if he had the correct timing. The high combo, on tempo scores, is the most valuable, which can give you more experience and help you level up faster.
DJMax Respect V It has a cult following and for good reason. While it may not be the ideal rhythm game for all gamers, due to its catalog of songs that aren’t very popular, and the learning curve might put off people new to the genre, there’s still a lot of fun here. . congratulations to DJMax Respect V for release today with Xbox Game Pass and PC Game Pass.
DJMAX RESPECT V
DJMAX RESPECT V delivers an unparalleled rhythm gaming experience, featuring new modes, new artists, over 150 unique tracks, exclusive music videos, and for the first time in franchise history, competitive online multiplayer! Experience new tracks and music videos from world-renowned artists like Marshmello, Porter Robinson, and Yukika, as well as the return of friendly names like BEXTER, ND LEE, Paul Bazooka, and Makou, among others. Whether you crave a casual freeplay session or want to smash your friend’s recent high score in real time, DJMAX RESPECT V has you covered. ‘AIR Mode’ will allow you to enjoy a continuous random playlist, during which you can choose to play or just listen, as well as leave comments for other players! But if bragging and glory is what you crave, the new ‘Online Modes’ will put your skills to the test, pitting you against friends and rivals from around the world. With keyboard and controller support, and an extensive song list spanning numerous genres including Pop, Rock, Electronic, Ambient, Jazz, and even Easy Listening, DJMAX RESPECT V won’t leave any rhythm player wanting!