DJMax Technika 2

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DJMAX Technika 2
DJ Max Technika 2 teaser.jpg
Promotional teaser for DJMax Technika 2
Developer(s) Pentavision
Publisher(s) Pentavision
Designer(s) ponGlow
Platform(s) Arcade
  • KOR: 16 June 2010
  • AU: 5 August 2010
  • PHL: 10 August 2010
  • HKG: 22 September 2010
  • TWN: 30 September 2010
  • SGP: Cancelled
  • IDN: 26 November 2010
  • THA: 31 December 2010
  • NA: 18 October 2010
  • JP: 27 September 2012
Genre(s) Music video game
Mode(s) Single-player Multiplayer (online)

DJMax Technika 2 (Korean: 디제이맥스 테크니카 2) is a music arcade game published and developed by Pentavision in South Korea, and is a sequel to the earlier DJMax Technika arcade game.[1][2][3]


The project was revealed to the public on 4 March 2010, when a notice was placed on the front page of the Korean Platinum Crew website regarding DJMax Technika 2.[1]

Game information[edit]

Gameplay screenshot showing the new long purple notes and Fever mode in Pop Mixing.

As with DJMax Technika, the game will feature online elements through the Platinum Crew service. DJMax Technika 2 is expected to hold more online functionality than DJMax Technika.[1]

The first location test for Technika 2 took place at Isu Theme Park from 23 April 2010.[4][5][6][7] The features revealed to the public include:

  • Duo Mixing: The screen is divided into four blocks with each player responsible for 2 blocks on each side and the two players can play co-operatively although only all the song M/Vs are replaced by one generic background.
  • Star Mixing: The equivalent of Lite Mixing from the original DJMax Technika, where three lanes are available for play. Fever (see below) cannot be used in this mode, however an optional guide which aids the player's timing can be turned on and off.
  • Pop Mixing: Similar to Popular Mixing of the original Technika, but with minor changes, such as slightly larger notes. The effects such as fade in, fade out, blink, and blind are free for use rather than charging max points in the first version of technika.
  • Club Mixing: The equivalent of Technical Mixing from the original DJMax Technika. Newly added are Non-stop Remixes. (see below)
  • Selection screen: The player selects a song by choosing one of 9 squares that appear per page, similar to Jubeat. A Random select feature is also available.
  • Crew Race: A list of player's names appears, which represents a specific course and the record achieved.
  • A new "long purple note", which has sections that are held and tapped.
  • Improved visual quality and touch panel.
  • Different MAX judgment system (Green and Rainbow).
  • Score limitation to every song and every mode. Each song have 300,000 scores (in Club Mixing have 1,200,000 scores) and will cutting-down to judgement that player got. (Example: Cozy Quilt HD pattern have 420 notes if player got all rainbow max final score is 300,000 but when player got 5 green max final score is 299,995 and when player got 400 rainbow max and 20 green max during Fever mode activated player will got 20 bonus score and final score is 300,000)
  • Song note patterns are referred to as they were in the DJMax's Windows releases and Portable games. (Normal, Hard, and MX styles)
  • Non-stop Remix: Allows the player to play a set of remixes from all previous DJMAX games. Only Available in Club Mixing. Examples are Son of Sun Full Version, Y Extended Mix, Thor Extended Mix and NB Ranger Non-Stop Remix (NB Rangers, NB Rangers Returns, NB Power, and Dark Envy all as one song).
  • Fever Mode: Fever is a new introduced system for Technika 2 and it's not equivalent to other DJMax games. Fever Mode is a helper tool, when it activated player will get all rainbow max (100%) during timing of Fever except Cool/Bad/Miss/Break note. Fever Bonus score will calculate after the game. It can help player to get rainbow perfect play and got 300,000 scores. The Fever gauge is located in between the two lines, and the activate button is located where "BGM Boost" was in the original Technika.
  • Max Points shop: Platinum Crew users are able to purchase various items using MAX Points earned in-game, such as avatars, DJ icons, notes, emblems and effectors.

Crew Race[edit]

DJMax Technika 2 has a Crew Race system. A player can create a Crew by spending 10000 MAX Points. This player will also become the Crew's leader, the Crew Master. The Crew Master can invite other players to join the Crew. A Crew can have up to 10 players.

The Crew Master can buy emblems or plates to customize the crew's icon in the MAX Point Shop. If the Crew Master hands the leadership position to another member, the emblems and plates will transfer over to the new leader.

The Crew Master can select a course from the Crew's members to represent the Crew on the Platinum Crew website. This course will appear in the Crew Race mode, which resets every Tuesday. Players can play against other Crew's courses in Crew Race mode. Extra MAX Points will be given if the player beats the course creator's score.

Song list[edit]

The list of playable songs[4] are:

New songs[edit]

Song Title Genre Composer Visualizer Vocal
Dual Strikers Techno Trance 7 Sequence Giggsan, Z_B, D -
XLASHER Slash Core Hosoe Shinji Z_B, Dumping LIFE Mr.Yoshida
La Campanella : Nu Rave Symphonic Rave Cranky Z_B -
Cosmic Fantastic Lovesong Ani Pop DINY Panneh, Latte chohee
Sweet Dream House Dance Lin-G BF Jay
Trip Dance Pop NieN NG An Shin Ae
OUT LAW - Reborn Nu Skool Breakz Croove, Remixed by Mr.Funky D JC
Put Em Up Reggaeton-Like makou Dumping LIFE Vocal Forge
Puzzler Toy Pop Electronic Boutique SARA, Entia J -
D2 Progressive FIRST AID Amitasia -
Cozy Quilt Jazz House bermei.inazawa Yein -
Love is Beautiful Flipper's Rock Electronic Boutique SARA, Dumping LIFE Kastle
Say It from Your Heart Classic Handbag makou GrooveBEAR, Z_B -
Rage of Demon Nu Metal NieN Dumping LIFE NieN
The Guilty Speed Funk P'sycho-Remi Sinbaru, woodstock -
Dream of Winds Melodic Trance XeoN KIMYS -
MonoXide Planet Core Planetboom Pancock, 79c -
Supersonic(Mr.Funky Dirty Remix) Nu Disco Planetboom, Remixed by Mr.Funky Dumping LIFE Mike Blunck
Burn it Down Industrial P'sycho-Remi S.R. P'sycho-Remi
Nova(Mr.Funky Remix) Nu Skool Breakz Bexter, Remixed by Mr.Funky Saree, D Mike Blunck
Airwave Melodic Trance Rex Z_B -
Eternal Fantasy Fantasy Pop XeoN NG, HooN -
NB Ranger : Non Stop Remix NB Mixtune Remixed by Paul Bazooka Visual Remixed by Z_B M2U, NieN, Shinar, Sugar Donut
Luv Flow (Funky House Mix) Funky House 3rd Coast, Remixed by Paul Bazooka MOSES So Fly
Enemy Storm (Dark Jungle Mix) Dark Jungle Croove, Remixed by Paul Bazooka Nova, Super52 -
MASAI (Electro House Mix) Electro House Croove, Remixed by Paul Bazooka Eco So Fly, JC
Desperado (Nu Skool Mix) Nu Skool Croove, Remixed by Paul Bazooka Cold Play JC
Zet (Mr.Funky Remix) Indie Dance Bexter, Remixed by Mr.Funky KIMYS Bloom

Songs from earlier DJMAX games[edit]

Songs from the original Technika[edit]

Complete songlist[edit]

Club mixing disc sets[edit]


Technika 1 Disc Set[edit]

Technika 2 Disc Set[edit]

Technika 2 Signature Collection[edit]

The DJMax Technika 2 Signature Collection is a collectible pack available for purchase from 30 April 2010 for 28,600 Won, and includes a 2CD Original Soundtrack, a Signature ID Card, card case, key holder and sticker.[9] The Signature IC cards can be used on any Technika 2 machine worldwide, however data cannot be transferred from region to region.

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