Header Menu

Introduction to Taiko no Tatsujin Unlock Oni Difficulty Taiko no Tatsujin arcade latest news Taiko no Tatsujin Session de Dodon ga Don latest news Taiko no Tatsujin Atsumare Tomodachi Daisakusen latest news

Changelog Bar

Changelog (last update 23/08/2017)

Monday, August 9, 2010

Taiko no Tatsujin 3 song list

Taiko no Tatstujin 3 arcade

Third Taiko no Tatsujin arcade machine, released on March 2002. First Taiko no Tatsujin game to have the balloon note, and also introduces a new 'Battle Mode'. It's hard to find footage of the Battle Mode since it was scrapped soon after it was made, but it's basically a Taiko brawl between the two players of the arcade machine.
Battle Mode

Instead of two Tamashii bars, both players share one bar, which will lengthen or shorten depending on how well each player does, like tug-of-war. To add to the mix that giant bomb at the end will smash the losing player, lowering his Tamashii gauge. The player with the longer Tamashii gauge at the end of the song wins. Because of the Battle Mode, the method of unlocking Donderful difficulty was changed, to ten hits on the left rim when Kantan is highlighted. To access Battle Mode, two players had to hit the right rim once while on Muzukashii.

Taiko 3 introduces some classics to the Namco genre, such as Taiko Samurai and Fuun! Bachi o Sensei, as extremely hard songs, but the increasing difficulty standard has long since downgraded these once-legendary songs.



Total number of songs is 44. Songs are arranged based on their old genres, so their new genres will be in brackets after the song name, if it's different)

Title Genre
Aiai (アイアイ)Children (Children/Folk)x1--x1 (video)
Tankou Bushi (炭坑節)Ondo (Children/Folk)x3--x1 (video)
Anpanman no March (アンパンマンのマーチ)
Soreike! Anpanman
Animex1x4-x2 (video)
Radio Taizou Dai Ichi (ラジオ体操第一)Exercise (Variety)x4--x2 (video)
Classic Medley (クラシックメドレー )
Sports Day ver. (運動会編)
Classicx5--x2 (video)
Susume! Driller (すすめ!ドリラー)Namco Original (Game Music)-x3-x2 (video)
Ai no Uta~Pikmin Theme (愛のうた~ピクミンのテーマ)J-Pop (Game Music)x2x1-x3 (video)
PIECES OF A DREAM
Chemistry
J-Popx3x3x2x3 (video)
Minimoni. Telephone! Ring Ring Ring (ミニモニ。テレフォン!リンリンリン)
Minimoni
J-Popx3x2-x3 (video)
Don-chan Ondo (どんちゃん音頭)Ondo (Namco Original)---x3 (video)
Hello! Don-chan (ハロー!どんちゃん)Pop (Namco Original)---x3 (video)
Guts Taze!! (ガッツだぜ!! )
Ulfuls
J-Popx3x4x1x4 (video)
Mappy Ondo (マッピー音頭)Ondo (Game Music)---x4 (video)
Doraemon Ondo (ドラえもん音頭) Ondo (Anime)x1x1x1x5 (video)
Moonlight Densetsu (ムーンライト伝説)Animex3x2x2x5 (video)
traveling
Utada Hikaru
J-Popx4x3x5x5 (video)
Mr. Moonlight ~Ai no Big Band~ (Mr. Moonlight~愛のビッグバンド~)
Morning Musume
J-Popx4x3x2x5 (video)
WE ARE THE CHAMP
~The Name of the Game~
Soccer Cheering (Variety)x4x3x2x5 (video)
Dai-chan Kazoe Uta (大ちゃん数え唄)Ekaki Uta (Anime)-x3x2x5 (video)
Don-chan Ekaki Uta (どんちゃんえかき歌)Ekaki Uta (Namco Original)---x5 (video)
Taiko no Tatsujin - Ai no Theme (太鼓の達人・愛のテーマ)Namco Original---x5 (video)
Hamtaro Tottokou Uta (ハム太郎とっとこうた) Animex2x2x3x6 (video)
LOVE Namida Iro (LOVE涙色)
Matsuura Aya
J-Popx3x3x3x6 (video)
A Cruel Angel's Thesis (残酷な天使のテーゼ) Anime-x3x3x6 (video)
Gakuen Tengoku (学園天国)
Finger 5
J-Pop-x5x3x6 (video)
Souda! We're ALIVE (そうだ!We're ALIVE)
Morning Musume
J-Popx4x4x3x6 (video)
Ii Yudana (いい湯だな)Comedy (Variety)x3x3x3
x6 (video)
Ashita ga Aru Sa (明日があるさ)
Ulfuls
J-Pop-x3x4x6 (video)
Naminori Johnny (波乗りジョニー)
Kuwata Keisuke
J-Popx4x4x4x7 (video)
Tanoshii Taiko Dojo (たのしい太鼓道場)Namco Original--x2x7 (video)
LOVE Machine (LOVEマシーン)
Morning Musume
J-Popx3x3x4x7 (video)
Sazae-san Ikka (サザエさん一家)Animex2x2x5x7 (video)
Nijiiro Yumeiro Taikoiro (虹色・夢色・太鼓色)Pop (Namco Original)--x4x7 (video) (2p video)
Marionette (Marionette -マリオネット-)
BOØWY
J-Pop-x4x5x8 (video)
Lupin III Theme '78 (ルパン三世のテーマ'78)Animex4x5x5x8 (video)
Tobe! Gundam (翔べ!ガンダム)Anime-x5x6x8 (video)
Natsu Matsuri (夏祭り)
Whiteberry 
J-Popx4x6x5x8 (video)
Gachaman no Uta (ガッチャマンの歌)Anime-x6x5
x9 (video)
 
UNITE!
Ayumi Hamasaki
J-Popx3x5x6x9 (video)
Lovely-X (ラブリーX)Namco Original (Game Music)---x10 (video)
Go Go Kitchen (ゴーゴー・キッチン)Ska (Namco Original)---x10 (video)
Classic Medley (クラシックメドレー)
Rock ver. (ロック編)
Classic--x7x10 (video)
Taiko Samurai (太鼓侍)Japanese (Namco Original)--x7x10 (video)
Fuun! Bachi o Sensei (風雲!バチお先生)Pop (Namco Original)--x7x10 (video)

Back to arcade list

3 comments:

  1. im not sure of the song name , but there is a song i played from the arcade , i saw the word "ALCHEMIST" at the song selection , does anyone knw what song im talking about ?

    ReplyDelete
  2. I hate to say this, but I have to point out that one of the song's artist list here are misleading. The song Marionette listed here is not by Ayumi Hamasaki (that would be released in 2008) but rather by a rock band named Boøwy.

    Hope this information can help.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Don't hate saying that; we thank you big time for righting our faults! Checking with wikihouse, we have made the changes here and at CS1, as well as the Lalala Happiness vocals.

      Delete