History VideoGame / TaikoDrumMaster

21st Jun '16 11:42:28 PM Yuuyatails
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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Some outfits are obtainable by purchase from Reward Shop and completing Don Challenge in arcade Taiko games. Some are obtainable by playing certain songs, such as [[http://taiko.namco-ch.net/taiko/images/costume/img_cos_10.png this]] [[Series/KamenRiderGhost one]] in ''White Version''.

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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Some outfits are obtainable by purchase from Reward Shop and completing Don Challenge in arcade Taiko games. Some are obtainable by playing certain songs, such as [[http://taiko.namco-ch.net/taiko/images/costume/img_cos_10.[[http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/taiko/images/a/a0/KRGhostDonChan.png this]] [[Series/KamenRiderGhost one]] in ''White Version''.
20th Jun '16 11:23:43 AM Yuuyatails
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* AndYourRewardIsClothes: Some outfits are obtainable by purchase from Reward Shop and completing Don Challenge in arcade Taiko games. Some are obtainable by playing certain songs, such as [[http://taiko.namco-ch.net/taiko/images/costume/img_cos_10.png this]] [[Series/KamenRiderGhost one]] in ''White Version''.
20th Jun '16 11:05:30 AM Yuuyatails
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** In addition to Jibanyan mentionend above, ''Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken'' also includes few guest characters as battle members, including Funassyi and [[VideoGame/MonsterHunter Mon and Hun]].
** ''Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' features a wide variety of guest characters in its RPG mode, including [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby and King DeDeDe]], [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]], [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]], and others, with Jibanyan making return as a battle member from previous installment.

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** In addition to Jibanyan mentionend mentioned above, ''Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken'' also includes few guest characters as battle members, including Funassyi and [[VideoGame/MonsterHunter Mon and Hun]].
** While ''V Version'' only has original characters as battle members, guest characters does appears as either support or deathblow in the game's story mode. This includes [[VideoGame/RidgeRacer Reiko Nagase, Kamata SYNCI, Saul, Gordon]], [[VideoGame/FreedomWars Propa, Propaganda Idols]], [[{{Vocaloid}} Gumi, IA]], [[VideoGame/AceCombat ASF-X Shinden II]], [[{{VideoGame/Ys}} Adol Christin]], [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel Rean Schwarzer]], [[{{VideoGame/Tekken}} Kazuya Mishima, Emilie De Rochefort]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]] and others
** ''Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' features a wide variety of guest characters in its RPG mode, including [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby and King DeDeDe]], [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]], [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]], Izayoi]] and others, with Jibanyan and Koro-Sensei making return as a battle member and support respectively from previous installment.installments.
20th Jun '16 10:44:49 AM Yuuyatails
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The gameplay revolves around the traditional Japanese drum, the ''Taiko''. Red notes, or ''don'' notes, are played by hitting the center of the drum; blue, or ''kat'' notes by hitting the rim. Long yellow notes are drumrolls, where each hit during the note grants points, Balloon notes work similarly, where you have to hit the drums x times, where x is the number on the balloon. (The DS version exclusive note, the ''denden'', is like the balloon note, except you have to alternate between ''don'' and ''kat''.) The Play Station 2 and Wii installments include a smaller drum-controller called the ''Tatacon'', but the handheld versions rely on analogue controls (although the player can use the touch screen as a 'drum' in the NDS and 3DS verisons)

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The gameplay revolves around the traditional Japanese drum, the ''Taiko''. Red notes, or ''don'' notes, are played by hitting the center of the drum; blue, or ''kat'' notes by hitting the rim. Long yellow notes are drumrolls, where each hit during the note grants points, Balloon notes work similarly, where you have to hit the drums x times, where x is the number on the balloon. (The DS version exclusive note, the ''denden'', is like the balloon note, except you have to alternate between ''don'' and ''kat''.) The Play Station 2 and Wii installments include a smaller drum-controller called the ''Tatacon'', but the handheld versions rely on analogue controls (although the player can use the touch screen as a 'drum' in the NDS and 3DS verisons)
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** ''Gera Gera Po no Uta'' from ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' was added to the a recent update to the game, which also includes an appearance by Nate and several other Yo-Kai. In exchange, Don-Chan was made a guest character in ''Yo-Kai Watch 2''.
** ''Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' features a wide variety of guest characters in its RPG mode, including [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby and King DeDeDe]], [[VideoGame/YokaiWatch Jibanyan]], [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]], [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]], and others.

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** ''Gera Gera Po no Uta'' from ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' was added to the a recent update to the game, which also includes an appearance by Nate and several other Yo-Kai.Yo-Kai, and Jibanyan himself appears as a recruitable battle member in ''Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken''. In exchange, Don-Chan was made a guest character in ''Yo-Kai Watch 2''.
** In addition to Jibanyan mentionend above, ''Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken'' also includes few guest characters as battle members, including Funassyi and [[VideoGame/MonsterHunter Mon and Hun]].
** ''Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' features a wide variety of guest characters in its RPG mode, including [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby and King DeDeDe]], [[VideoGame/YokaiWatch Jibanyan]], [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]], [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]], and others.others, with Jibanyan making return as a battle member from previous installment.
30th May '16 11:21:52 AM Superjustinbros
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* ToiletHumor: There are several unlockable drums you can obtain, such as a tambourine, a bell and so on. One of them is a butt which produces farting noises

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* ToiletHumor: There are several unlockable drums you can obtain, such as a tambourine, a bell and so on. One of them is a butt which produces farting noisesnoises.
* VirtualPaperDoll: The player's respective Don-Chans can be customized extensively with different colors, patterns, and outfits.
* VariableMix: "Songs" like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGTy0z7yLzY&feature=related this]] are playable in the series.



* VariableMix: "Songs" like [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGTy0z7yLzY&feature=related this]] are playable in this game.
21st May '16 7:48:51 PM LinTaylor
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** ''Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' features a wide variety of guest characters in its RPG mode, including [[Franchise/{{Kirby}} Kirby and King DeDeDe]], [[VideoGame/YokaiWatch Jibanyan]], [[Franchise/AceAttorney Phoenix Wright]], [[VideoGame/{{Touhou}} Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame, Sakuya Izayoi]], [[Manga/AssassinationClassroom Koro-Sensei]], and others.
1st May '16 9:08:02 PM Yuuyatails
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''Taiko Drum Master'' (''Taiko no Tatsujin'' in Japan, lit. "Expert of Taiko") is a series of rhythm games created by Creator/NamcoBandai. The series started in 2001 as an UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame; eventually console versions were released for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable, UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita as well as for mobile, Apple iOS and Android.

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''Taiko Drum Master'' (''Taiko no Tatsujin'' in Japan, lit. "Expert of Taiko") is a series of rhythm games created by Creator/NamcoBandai. The series started in 2001 as an UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame; eventually console versions were released for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable, UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita as well as for mobile, Apple iOS and Android.
1st May '16 9:07:34 PM Yuuyatails
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''Taiko Drum Master'' (''Taiko no Tatsujin'' in Japan, lit. "Expert of Taiko") is a series of rhythm games created by Creator/NamcoBandai. The series started in 2001 as an UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame; eventually console versions were released for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable, UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, as well as for mobile, Apple iOS and Android.

The gameplay revolves around the traditional Japanese drum, the ''Taiko''. Red notes, or ''don'' notes, are played by hitting the center of the drum; blue, or ''kat'' notes by hitting the rim. Long yellow notes are drumrolls, where each hit during the note grants points, Balloon notes work similarly, where you have to hit the drums x times, where x is the number on the balloon. (The DS version exclusive note, the ''denden'', is like the balloon note, except you have to alternate between ''don'' and ''kat''.) The Play Station 2 and Wii installments include a smaller drum-controller called the ''Tatacon'', but the PSP/NDS versions rely on analogue controls (although the player can use the touch screen as a 'drum' in the NDS verison)

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''Taiko Drum Master'' (''Taiko no Tatsujin'' in Japan, lit. "Expert of Taiko") is a series of rhythm games created by Creator/NamcoBandai. The series started in 2001 as an UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame; eventually console versions were released for the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2, UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable, UsefulNotes/NintendoDS, UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}, UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS, UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. UsefulNotes/WiiU, UsefulNotes/PlaystationVita as well as for mobile, Apple iOS and Android.

The gameplay revolves around the traditional Japanese drum, the ''Taiko''. Red notes, or ''don'' notes, are played by hitting the center of the drum; blue, or ''kat'' notes by hitting the rim. Long yellow notes are drumrolls, where each hit during the note grants points, Balloon notes work similarly, where you have to hit the drums x times, where x is the number on the balloon. (The DS version exclusive note, the ''denden'', is like the balloon note, except you have to alternate between ''don'' and ''kat''.) The Play Station 2 and Wii installments include a smaller drum-controller called the ''Tatacon'', but the PSP/NDS handheld versions rely on analogue controls (although the player can use the touch screen as a 'drum' in the NDS verison)
and 3DS verisons)



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Dokodon! Mystery Adventure'' (2016)



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus: Shinkyoku Tori Houdai!'' - A port of ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus'' for Android, but lacks the one-time paid song packs the iOS verson has and relies on subscription-based service.

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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus: Shinkyoku Tori Houdai!'' - A port of ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus'' for Android, but lacks the one-time paid song packs the iOS verson version has and relies on subscription-based service.



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version!'' (2013) The first console game to uses 3rd generation graphics, and also the first console game to features DLC songs.

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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version!'' (2013) (2013). The first console game to uses 3rd generation graphics, and also the first console game to features DLC songs.



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen!'' (2015) The first Taiko no Tatsujin game to not have Don as the main character in the Story mode as it had Katsu as the main character instead.

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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen!'' (2015) (2015). The first Taiko no Tatsujin game to not have Don as the main character in the Story mode as it had Katsu as the main character instead.



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version'' (2015) The first Taiko game on Sony platform to have 3rd generation graphics, scoring and navigation. I

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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version'' (2015) (2015). The first Taiko game on Sony platform to have 3rd generation graphics, scoring and navigation. Inavigation.
1st May '16 8:54:28 PM Yuuyatails
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* ADayintheLimelight: Katsu in ''Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen!''.

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* ADayintheLimelight: ADayInTheLimelight: Katsu in ''Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen!''.
1st May '16 8:53:56 PM Yuuyatails
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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus: Shinkyoku Tori Houdai!'' - A port of ''Taiko no Tatsujin Plus'' for Android, but lacks the one-time paid song packs the iOS verson has and relies on subscription-based service.



** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version'' (2015) The first Taiko game on Sony platform to have 3rd generation graphics, scoring and navigation.

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** ''Taiko no Tatsujin: V Version'' (2015) The first Taiko game on Sony platform to have 3rd generation graphics, scoring and navigation. I


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* ADayintheLimelight: Katsu in ''Atsumete Tomodachi Daisakusen!''.
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