Groove Coaster is a lot of fun, but the Steam version's song list lacks the massive variety and replay value seen in the arcade or even the mobile versions. The core game is still an enjoyable experience, but until all the DLC is out, enjoying Groove Coaster to the fullest could be a very costly endeavor.
RUNNER3 is a remarkable aspiration. The game wants to be fluid, colorful, charming, and accessible, but fails to achieve these goals. RUNNER3’s gameplay is a true test of patience and persistence. For those who can bear it, the game is rewarding, but for those looking for a fun romp, they might want to look elsewhere.
Eat Beat Dead Spike San is an average mobile game of average value that lacks the genre variety and polish of similar games on the eShop. BlazBlue fans may appreciate the game more than average and hardcore players. A few hours of Eat Beat Dead Spike-san is more than enough to fill the stomach full of rock candy.
DJ MAX Respect is nothing short of bliss for series fans old and new. A gorgeous interface, a massive selection of classic tracks with inspired new music, and enough content to keep players busy for untold hours. Apart from minor graphical nitpicks, DJ MAX's Respect biggest flaw is that it could make the PSP versions feel obsolete by comparison.
Invector tries to copy the best, and only manages to be a pale imitator. The only real highlight is the Avicii soundtrack, and even that gets old very, very fast. The end result is more confusing than fun, and neither the gameplay nor the music are strong enough to make it worth enduring at length.