I hope you love that song that plays as soon as you start up the game... this is a puzzle game I think, a bit more unique than what one might expect coming into this. The visuals have a certain style to them, which isn't very appealing at least to me. Sound consists of record scratching, fog machines, and that one song played for basically everything you do in the game in some way or form. Also voice acting, surprisingly enough. For a game about Sengoku-era DJ's, you would expect a variety of songs. Maybe more song variety comes in later, but the gameplay wasn't interesting enough to keep me playing to find out. you simply drag lines through stars to pop more stars, and the more you pop, the more damage you do. It comes off as very rhythm game-esque, but there doesn't appear to be any actual rhythm mechanics in place. The game does appear to have an interesting plot going on, but the rest of the game just isn't very appealing. It's okay, but also pretty boring.