DJMAX Respect Gets Two New Music Videos

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

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DJMAX Respect

 

Developer Neowiz Games has released two brand new DJMAX Respect music video trailers. The new music videos showcase a pair of brand new songs for their upcoming game, DJMAX Respect. This isn’t the first time Neowiz Games has done this, either. Some of the previous music video trailers they’ve released include: “Don’t Die” and “Only for You.”

The two brand new music video trailers feature two new songs “2Nite” and “Running Girl”. Here is the first of the two new music video trailers, featuring the brand new song “2Nite”.

 

Lastly, here is the second of the two new music video trailers. This one features the new song “Running Girl”.

 

DJMAX Respect is a rhythm game that is coming to the PlayStation 4 gaming console. The game is currently set to launch worldwide in July. That’s not very far off for excited fans!

If you want to check out some of the older music video trailers for DJMAX Respect, two of them are linked near the top of this article. You can also go to the official DJMAX Official YouTube channel to check out all of their videos. In addition to the music video trailers, the YouTube channel has other videos on the making of DJMAX Respect, too.

 

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