By Spencer . May 16, 2007 . 9:38am
Last month Nexon published Audition in North America for PCs with a revised soundtrack to fit the Total Request Live demographic. Audition is a music/rhythm game where players follow a series of commands to make their customizable avatars dance. While Audition is new to North America, it was designed and released in Korea in 2005. Next month Audition Portable for the PSP hits South Korea and it comes with 100 songs and a network function that lets six players dance in sync. While the PSP release doesn’t have the online social elements that Audition Online has, there is a content download service in development where players will be able to get additional songs and dance motions. Along with DJ Max Portable, South Korea is rapidly developing music/rhythm games for the PSP that have been neglected by international publishers.