R-E-S-P-E-C-T, DJ Max Comes to PC

It’s been an incredible Fall for music games and the streak doesn’t look to be ending any time soon.  DJ Max Respect came out last year on PS4 and did exceptionally well for itself, with a core game containing almost 150 songs, plus a huge amount of DLC to add even more music if that somehow wasn’t enough.  The base gameplay is the standard “notes fall down the track, hit the right buttons to the beat to clear them”, making for a simple but effective challenge of rhythm gaming.  One of the standout features is the ability to tweak the difficulty, with most songs having options to tackle the music with between four to eight buttons’ worth of input.  It also helps that the soundtrack is excellent, and even if every song isn’t a winner there’s still plenty for just about everyone with a track-list of this size.  DJ Max Respect is one of the bigger music games available, and now it’s coming to PC as DJ Max Respect V.  The V stands for “random letter attached for no apparent reason”.

Or maybe there is a good reason to differentiate the two versions.  At the moment all the information available is contained in the teaser below, and it’s not much.  DJ Max Respect is coming to Steam and…?  Date, price, DLC options, support for custom controllers, and any other info is still pending.  For now, though, it’s enough to know the game is on the way, and the teaser below is a good way to get ready for the pending musical deluge.