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March 05, 2014, 11:10:33 AM - ORIGINAL POST -

I stumbled upon this article and found it to be interesting and mostly reliable with its information. I don't know if I'd run around panicking yet, but I do agree that the future of the DJMax franchise is looking bleak. It's such a bummer. I played the crap out of DJMP 1 & 2 on my PSP. Technika was good, but I still preferred the Beatmania-like experience that DJMP offered me on my handhelds.
Read March 05, 2014, 01:16:04 PM #1

cyberfront rip, but that post is misleading since this was coming and is
"corporate restructure" aka a thinly veiled ip acquisition. kaga holdings is more than capable of publishing games if they wanted. iirc kaga eyed KID before they went under as well so this is a no brainer, especially with the more recent publishing rights (broader audience stuff i should say?) that CF obtained. cf's profitability as an entity never really mattered as much as the opportunities gained from the the shares. but yeah, i would worry more about the internal politics of the other companies rather than kaga.

i can't comment on anything else accurately since it's all stuff i don't pay attention to or care about.

it may be worth mentioning that ez2dj also died(ish), konami now has the market cornered.
Read March 05, 2014, 01:33:52 PM #2

On a brighter note,

Neowiz is releasing the global/English version of Technika Q this month to the Apple app store ~
Read March 05, 2014, 04:45:43 PM #3

yeah, neowiz is potentially a way to keep the dj max alive: it's all former nexon employees.. o2jamized dj max anyone? i can only hope.
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