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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Taiko Tourney 2014 - Area Preliminary Postcards

  
 

And the Area Preliminary events has concluded for the Taiwan Tournament 2014! The above 5 photos shows all 16 finalists emerged from the contest, each taking home one special Momoiro Banapassport card and a certificate to prove it. Great job and congratulations! We will be seeing them again in the finals on August 30.

Check out Sume's official albums on Facebook to see more of the matches!

Official Taiwan Tourney 2014 Albums by Sume
Taoyuan/Hsinchu Area (桃竹區, July 12)
Jiayi/Tainan Area (嘉南區, July 13)
Northern Area (北區, July 19)
Southern Area (南區, July 20)
Central Area (中區, July 27)

Tournament Rules and Regulations

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Site Announcement - Taiko Time Twitter!

Per this message we received from the chatbox:
Name: You should create a twitter account that (auto) posts a twitter every time a new article is created
Name: This would be incredibly helpful and your blog may become more famous
Well Name, we have not disappointed you, so here you go: the blog's very own Twitter feed @taikotimeblog! We had a soft release a few weeks back, and now we are confidently announcing a full opening!
Although not automatically, we will be tweeting out our latest articles. This would be a good way to keep track of our many features and reports!
The feed will also feature tweets on real-time Taiko scope, and retweets to noteworthy tweets from other Donders, before we come up with a complete article here.

And like the chatbox and Facebook page, we also welcome Song of the Week and Made By You submissions, as well as any general creative works. We are happy to help share them out!

So follow us today! We are at https://twitter.com/taikotimeblog. And as always thanks for sticking with us for your Taiko no Tatsujin news!

Sunday, July 27, 2014

List of titles in Taiko no Tatsujin (Kimidori Version)

The title system was introduced by a firmware update in Taiko 0, and gives players with access to Banapassports nicknames to put beside their usernames while they play, as a mark of their in-game achievements, much like in other rhythm games with user profiles. The titles can be interchanged in Donder Hiroba when you have obtained them, and the one currently selected will display on the arcade screen wherever the player name is. Some titles unlock hidden content like songs and costumes.

It is possible to get more than one title in a go by overlapping the conditions for unlocking them. In addition, for newer players, Don Points (DP) will also be given out for titles they get.


Almost all the titles from the Momoiro Version are available on Kimidori as well, with the addition of new title unlocks. Once again, titles are not ordered under a numerical order.

Titles are listed below, translated into English wherever possible.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Song of the Week! 26 July 2014


This year, songs from the Variety genre often tend to appear in couples for this feature! Today, it's another one of these kinds of double-feature.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version: Rewards Shop

 

Continuing from Taiko Momoiro, the Rewards Shop is a service on the Donder Hiroba website, where players can access their play data and customize their costumes, Don-chan colors and titles. The shop makes use of the accumulated Don Points (which were useless in previous HD arcade firmwares after the counter was maxed out) by allowing players to use them as currency to buy things like costumes and costume parts.

All the not-limited items which were purchasable with Taiko Momoiro arcades can also be purchased by Banapassport newcomers on Taiko Kimidori, as well as new items since the latest arcade firmware's launch.

Twitter Snippets (July 25 2014) - The Day I Met G

Context from today's surprise blog update, did you wonder what G 意識過剰 actually means? Let's put it literally as "an excess of consciousness of G" with the context the composer Kaneko Chiharu provided through this tweet.

As far as the tweet's capacity can convey, the song will be sung in the shoes of a female who had an encounter with this fellow, mysteriously named simply G. When you choose the song, it is recommended to play with "the image of hitting him trying to escape as quickly as possible". That... is kinda wrong. Very wrong, in fact, if I may add.

Anyway, the song and its charts will hit Kimidori in two weeks. Let's see if you share this sentiment!

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Namco Taiko Blog (25/07/14) - Kimidori Version's first update


Yesterday's promised other entry for the Taiko Team's blog ultimately turned out to be the announcement of Game Version 1.05 for the Kimidori arcade firmware, the first one for the latest firmware brand. Wanna know what's inside?