History VideoGame / TaikoDrumMaster

28th May '17 2:46:47 PM nombretomado
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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fpNPlI2q0k Some]] songs from ''[[{{Vocaloid}} Project Diva]]'' appears in the Taiko games. On the other hand, ''Project Diva Extend'' has loading-screen ads for ''Taiko no Tatsujin DX'', featuring the Vocaloids drawn as drums.

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** [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-fpNPlI2q0k Some]] songs from ''[[{{Vocaloid}} ''[[Music/{{Vocaloid}} Project Diva]]'' appears in the Taiko games. On the other hand, ''Project Diva Extend'' has loading-screen ads for ''Taiko no Tatsujin DX'', featuring the Vocaloids drawn as drums.



** While ''V Version'' only has original characters as battle members, guest characters appear as either support, costumes, 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

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** While ''V Version'' only has original characters as battle members, guest characters appear as either support, costumes, or deathblow in the game's story mode. This includes [[VideoGame/RidgeRacer Reiko Nagase, Kamata SYNCI, Saul, Gordon]], [[VideoGame/FreedomWars Propa, Propaganda Idols]], [[{{Vocaloid}} [[Music/{{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
13th May '17 11:49:22 AM nombretomado
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* AscendedExtra: From the American version, "Don Rangers," originally heard ''very'' briefly during one of the intermission scenes in ''KatamariDamacy''.

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* AscendedExtra: From the American version, "Don Rangers," originally heard ''very'' briefly during one of the intermission scenes in ''KatamariDamacy''.''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy''.
16th Feb '17 10:16:54 PM Ominae
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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.Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment. 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.



** Don-Chan is playable in ''VideoGame/MarioKart Arcade GP DX'' the third in a series of [[ShapedLikeItself Mario Kart Arcade games]] developed by {{Namco}}. He also [[TheCameo cameos]] as one of VideoGame/PacMan's many {{Namco}} {{Shout Out}}s in his playable appearance in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros for WiiU / 3DS''.

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** Don-Chan is playable in ''VideoGame/MarioKart Arcade GP DX'' the third in a series of [[ShapedLikeItself Mario Kart Arcade games]] developed by {{Namco}}. [[Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment Namco]]. He also [[TheCameo cameos]] as one of VideoGame/PacMan's many {{Namco}} Namco {{Shout Out}}s in his playable appearance in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros for WiiU / 3DS''.
11th Nov '16 6:54:29 AM Yuuyatails
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** The third and current generation series, running on the Namco System 357 board. Another graphical overhaul, and connectivity with Namco's Banapassport card system. The series was also rebooted, to an extent: the first game in this generation is simply called ''Taiko no Tatsujin''. Games include ''Taiko no Tatsujin'' (commonly referred to as Taiko 0 to differentiate it from the first game), ''Taiko no Tatsujin: KATSU-DON version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Murasaki Version'' and ''Taiko no Tatsujin: White Version''.

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** The third and current generation series, running on the Namco System 357 board. Another graphical overhaul, and connectivity with Namco's Banapassport card system. The series was also rebooted, to an extent: the first game in this generation is simply called ''Taiko no Tatsujin''. Games include ''Taiko no Tatsujin'' (commonly referred to as Taiko 0 to differentiate it from the first game), ''Taiko no Tatsujin: KATSU-DON version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: Murasaki Version'', ''Taiko no Tatsujin: White Version'' and ''Taiko no Tatsujin: White Red Version''.
5th Nov '16 8:10:24 AM Sammettik
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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 versions)

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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 DS and 3DS versions)
8th Sep '16 10:09:54 PM Sammettik
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* RecurringRiff: Notechart-wise...Saitama2000. Just...Saitama2000. Even the song itself spawned sequels such as Kitasaitama 2000, Hayasaitama2000, and now, [[OverlyLongGag Mata]]saitama2000.

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* RecurringRiff: Notechart-wise...Saitama2000. Just...Saitama2000. Even the song itself spawned sequels such as Kitasaitama 2000, Hayasaitama2000, and now, [[OverlyLongGag Mata]]saitama2000.
8th Sep '16 10:08:48 PM Sammettik
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** 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

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** While ''V Version'' only has original characters as battle members, guest characters does appears appear as either support support, costumes, 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
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.
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