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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Song of the Week! 17 February 2018


...yeah, you've heard the news. You might have even predicted this kind of feature coming back, didn't you?

Whatever, let's just get this over with...

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Namco Taiko Blog (15 February 2018) - The Blue Oblivion (Blue Version Launch Song/Features Removal)


Today's official blog entry is here not only to announce the March 15th release date of Blue Version in an official way, but also to state what the firmware change will mean for the arcade branch's pre-existing song list.

Monday, February 12, 2018

≠MM Lyrics?



Composition, Arrangement, Lyrics: LindaAI-CUE

Japanese lyrics sourced from official YouTube preview dated March 14 2017.

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Song of the Week! 10 February 2018


Today's featured track is one of many examples in the world that may inspire us not to give up on our personal dreams! In order to find out why, just keep reading...

Across Japan (10 February 2018) - The 4th Tenkaichi Otogesai Song Embargo Lift


As the usual custom dictates, today's conclusion of the Tenkaichi Otogesai leads to the participating songs in all series to be publicly available in all the non-AOU game centers from the day after. This is true to the Taiko branch, both for Japanese and General Asia cabinets altogether!

Today's post from the official Facebook page signals a same-day-as-Japan public release of the three transplanted tracks (Kyokuken, Ikazuchi and Scarlet Lance) and the Namco Original Taiko Drum Monster, all being released in General Asia tomorrow with the JP arcades.

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Twitter Snippets (10 February 2018) - Taiko Blue Ver. @ JAEPO '18


While the Otogesai's fires are winding down once more, JAEPO's Blue Version showcase has been documented by many social network-active users, such as the one providing these early snaps. With these we can take a look at three major factors in play:
  • The upper-cardboard art (starring Taiko 3DS1 drum outfits, from the likes of it)
  • The inclusion of a currently-not-discussed Battle Mode;
  • The firmware's release date, which is set on March 15th.
We also know the KFM ratings of POP TEAM EPIC, thanks to another tweet. The three modes respectively rated 2/3/4.

First Video: The Three Noble Children Otogesai Surprise


 Susanoo (須佐之男) Tatsh a.k.a. Zeami (5/7/8/10; 686 notes on Oni)

Much like last year's Tenkaichi Otogesai conclusion ceremony, the Taiko branch's winner has had the opportunity to play in advance a never-heard-before Original track in front of the competition's audience.

This time around, Zeami/Tatsh checks in again with a brand new addition to the God Collection series, closing a trilogy of songs titled after the Shinto mythology's Three Noble Children. Susanoo's Taiko song bears the least amount of notes of the trio, meaning that the Clear quota is way stricter to reach as a result. Rather than minding stamina-draining portions, watch out for the frequent timing shifts!