Sega's latest Maimai cabinet is 15% larger than previous versions, and features a headphone jack, new functions and a camera for creating player icons. Maimai DX features all the songs from Maimai to Maimai Finale, as well as new colours and songs for players to enjoy. Players use the 8 buttons around the circled screen, or the touch screen directly, to hit the notes in time with the music.
Maimai DX Features
A new feature, "Freedom Mode", allows the player to play any track for 10 minutes. This mode costs 2 credits and is available after playing one game.This mode allows players to practice, as well as having unlimited play.
Maimai DX has added touch notes to the existing buttons and slides.
Players can select the tour program member by playing the song and improving the overall progress. Certain characters can be tapped in this mode, including Shama, Milk, Otto Hime, Razu and Salt.
The Deluxe Pass is a card printed out by the machines card maker, that gives players extra benefits while playing. Players can choose the master difficulty level by extending the card to the cardmaker slot, or by extending the time of Freedom Mode. There is no limited amount of use of the card itself, but they do have an expiration date. The benefits and prices of the cards are different depending on the grade.
Players can now compete against people around the world. If the player beats their opponents score, their skill points and "dan" will increase.
- Linkable for up to 4 Players.
- Many genres of songs including Pop, Animation Songs, Niconico Songs, Project Songs and more!
- New "Matching" feature, allowing you to compete with other player's data. Choosing original level or higher difficulties will reflect in your grade, and if you win the match your Grade will increase!
- DX Rating is now available