DJMax Respect

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DJMax Respect
DJMax Respect cover.png
Developer(s)Rocky Studio
Neowiz MUCA
Publisher(s)Neowiz Games
Director(s)Kim Dae Ik (juking)
Producer(s)Baek Seung Chul (BEXTER)
Designer(s)Baek Seung Chul (BEXTER), Lee Jun Seob (DumpingLIFE)
Platform(s)PlayStation 4
Release
  • KOR: July 28, 2017
  • HK: July 28, 2017
  • TW: July 28, 2017
  • SEA: July 28, 2017
  • JPN: November 9, 2017
  • NA: March 6, 2018
  • EU: March 6, 2018
Genre(s)Music
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer
A sample screenshot released at announcement.

DJMax Respect is a rhythm game developed by Rocky Studio and Neowiz MUCA for the PlayStation 4 and published by Neowiz Games. In Japan, the game was published by Arc System Works. It is a reboot of and the latest installment in the DJMax rhythm game series.[1]

Features[edit]

  • The base game includes 107 songs from DJMax Portable and DJMax Portable 2, as well as 40 new songs produced for Respect.
  • All songs from DJMax Portable Clazziquai Edition, DJMax Portable Black Square, DJMax Technika, DJMax Trilogy, DJMax Technika 2, DJMax Technika 3, DJMax Portable 3, DJMax Technika Tune, DJMax Ray and DJMax Technika Q are planned to be released as downloadable content.[2] See DLC for more information.
  • All background animations from previous games have been updated and remastered to support a 1080p resolution at 60 frames per second.
  • The scoring system has been overhauled to reflect that of Technika 2 and Technika 3. Each song has a base score of 300,000 points, the maximum score that can be achieved without utilizing the score multiplier derived from the Fever system.
  • Online mode, in which two players can play against one another to aim for the highest scores. Two players can play different chart difficulties of the same song concurrently.
  • In-game achievements have been implemented. The achievement system is used to unlock in-game content such as new songs, interface skins, online profile accessories, and artwork. Most PlayStation Network trophies for the game are tied to this system as well.

Removed features[edit]

  • Certain types of Gear present in previous games, such as Max LP, Anti-Break, Shield and extended Fever multipliers have been removed due to score balancing for the online leaderboards.
  • The "REMIX SYSTEM" mode, introduced in Portable 3, has been removed.
  • Note speed increase and lockdown with the activation of Fever has been removed.
  • Auto Fever no longer has any negative effect on the score.

Modes[edit]

DJMax Respect features 6 primary game modes.

  • Arcade: The standard single-player mode in which the player selects three songs from a randomly generated list of purchased songs, including songs yet to be unlocked in Freestyle mode.
  • Freestyle: Free play mode in which the player can select any song from the list of all songs which have been unlocked for the mode. This mode features local competitive play for the first time in the series.
  • Mission: A mode that requires the player to clear a predetermined set of songs with certain conditions, such as unusual effectors or meeting score or combo requirements.
  • Online Battle: A multiplayer mode that allows the player to compete against another player from around the world via the internet. This mode requires a PlayStation Plus subscription.
  • Ranking: View the rankings of players from around the globe. Scores are automatically submitted to the online leaderboard during normal play while connected to the internet.
  • Collection: A mode that lists the player's profile, playing performance, achievements and unlocked artworks,, as well as the option to view unlocked music videos, similar to the "Lounge Room" in Portable 3.

Songs[edit]

New in DJMax Respect[edit]

DJMax Respect introduces 40 new songs in the base game, one of which made its debut in DJMax Technika Q (see below). Each DLC pack also includes one new original song.

Base tracklist
  • "Soar ~Stay With Me~" - Mycin.T
  • "U.A.D." - HAYAKO
  • "Ruti'n (GOTH Wild Electro Remix)" - Bexter
  • "Remains of Doom" - NieN
  • "Only for You" - NieN (vocal by Lee Jiae, former T-ara member)
  • "Don't Die" - Paul Bazooka
  • "Running girl" - Mycin.T
  • "2Nite" - ND Lee
  • "NB Ranger - Virgin Force" - NieN
  • "Far East Princess" - Nauts
  • "quixotic" - bermei.inazawa
  • "glory day" - BEXTER & Mycin.T
  • "Binary World" - Tsukasa
  • "The Obliterator" - GOTH
  • "Mulch" - Sampling Masters MEGA
  • "Beautiful Day" - ND Lee
  • "Runaway" - LeeZu
  • "WHY" - Nauts
  • "Heavenly" - Makou
  • "Waiting for you" - Mycin.T
  • "The Feelings" - Supbaby
  • "We're All Gonna Die" - Paul Bazooka
  • "Waiting for me" - Croove
  • "Secret Dejavu" - DINY
  • "Open Fire" - JC
  • "KILLER BEE" - GOTH
  • "Shadow Flower" - ned
  • "The Lost Story" - NEOWIZ Bless Soundteam
  • "Groovin Up" - Mycin.T
  • "Royal Clown" - bermei.inazawa
  • "Lift You Up" - Makou
  • "v o l d e n u i t" - Cuve
  • "Liar" - zts (from DJMax Technika Q)
  • "Kung Brother" - Paul Bazooka
  • "BlackCat" - BEXTER
  • "Child of Night" - GOTH
  • "Beyond Yourself" - Mycin.T
  • "Bullet Wanted!" - Mycin.T
  • "Enter the Universe" - GOTH
  • "Armored Phantom" - ned
  • "Always" - YUGI/Mool (from Yogurting)
with Trilogy DLC Pack
  • "Nevermind" - Paul Bazooka
with Clazziquai DLC Pack
  • "Rising the Sonic" - Dayz
with Technika DLC Pack
  • "Do You Want It" - House Rulez
with Black Square DLC Pack
  • "ANALYS" - HAYAKO
with Technika 2 DLC Pack
  • "End of Mythology" - Alice Schach and the Magic Orchestra
Guilty Gear Collaboration Pack
Girls' Frontline Collaboration Pack
  • "Frontline" - B@kamin/M2U
  • "What am I fighting for?" - Haloweak
  • "Barbarous Funera" - Rikako Watanabe (Basiscape)

DLC[edit]

Trilogy DLC Pack[edit]

  • This DLC features a collection of 20 songs introduced in DJMax Trilogy, with BGA remastering.
  • Includes Trilogy-themed gears, note skins, and UI.
  • Introduces 1 new Respect-exclusive song.
  • Released on September 28, 2017.

Collaboration DLC Pack 1: RespectGuilty Gear[edit]

  • This DLC features a selection of 3 songs from the Guilty Gear fighting game series, as part of partnership with Arc System Works, the developer of the game series and its publisher in Japan.
  • Includes Guilty Gear-themed gears, note skins, and profile accessories.
  • Available for free (as timed exclusive) to players who bought Day One edition of DJMax Respect in Japan.
  • Released on November 30, 2017.

Metro Project DLC Pack 1: Clazziquai[edit]

  • This DLC features a collection of 23 songs introduced in DJMax Portable Clazziquai Edition, with BGA remastering and upscaling.
  • Includes Clazziquai Edition "First Kiss"-themed gears and UI.
  • Introduces 1 new Respect-exclusive song.
  • Released on December 21, 2017.

Metro Project DLC Pack 2: Technika 1[edit]

  • This DLC features a collection of 20 songs introduced in DJMax Technika, with BGA remastering and upscaling.
  • Includes Technika "SON OF SUN"-themed gears and UI.
  • Introduces 1 new Respect-exclusive song.
  • Released on March 28, 2018.

Metro Project DLC Pack 3: Black Square[edit]

  • This DLC features a collection of 20 songs introduced in DJMax Portable Black Square, with BGA remastering and upscaling.
  • Includes Black Square "Fermion"-themed gears and UI.
  • Introduces 1 new Respect-exclusive song.
  • Introduces DLC link disc mode.
  • Released on June 28, 2018.

Collaboration DLC Pack 2: RespectGirls' Frontline[edit]

  • This DLC features a selection of 3 songs from the Chinese mobile game Girls' Frontline, as part of partnership with Shanghai Sunborn Network Technology, the development team of the game, and X.D. Global Limited, the publisher of the game in South Korea.
  • Includes Girls' Frontline-themed gears, note skins, profiles accessories, and UI.
  • Release on September 4, 2018.

Technika 2 DLC Pack[edit]

  • This DLC features a collection of songs introduced in DJMax Technika 2, with BGA remastering.
  • Includes Technika 2 "D2"-themed gears, note skins, and UI.
  • Introduces 1 new Respect-exclusive song.
  • Release on October 11, 2018.

Collaboration DLC Pack 3: RespectBrown Dust[edit]

  • This DLC will feature collaboration song(s) from the Korean mobile game Brown Dust.

Collaboration DLC Pack 4: RespectESTiMATE[edit]

  • This DLC will feature collaboration song(s) from the Korean songs composer ESTi.

Collaboration DLC Pack 5: RespectDeemo[edit]

  • This DLC will feature collaboration song(s) from the Taiwanese action rhythm game Deemo.

Collaboration DLC Pack 6: RespectGroove Coaster[edit]

  • This DLC will feature collaboration song(s) from the Japanese arcade game Groove Coaster.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'디제이맥스: 리스펙트'가 VITA가 아닌 PS4로 나오는 이유는? | 인벤". 인벤. Retrieved 2017-12-09.
  2. ^ "DJMax Respect Asia Release Announcement". DJMax Global Fanpage. Retrieved 2017-07-31.

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