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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumare! Matsuri da! Yondaime song list

Taiko no Tatsujin Atsumare Matsuri da Yondaime boxart

The 4th PS2 Taiko no Tatsujin game, released on July 2004, and is the first Taiko game to upgrade to the PS2-grade graphics engine (Namco System 256), even before the arcade did. As a result, the subsequent arcade releases of Taiko 7 and 8 use Yondaime's in-screen menus as their song list/menus layout format.

Yondaime set the trend for unlocking hidden material for the rest of the PS2 and the first two PSP games; the Don Point system. You're awarded a certain number of these points every time you clear a song or complete a minigame. The amount you get depends on the difficulty of the song and your performance. Go past a certain point total and something gets unlocked, whether it's a song, Taiko sound, or the Oni difficulty.

The modes have also been overhauled. Instead of a two-song Arcade Mode, Survival Mode and Battle Mode, everything has been discarded and replaced with a Play Mode (Ensou Game, the main mode where you play everything), where you're allowed to play through the songs as much as you want without restriction (similar to the Free Mode from older PS2 Taiko games). Minigames still prevail through the makeover. Auto-Play also becomes an official modifier option, with Mekadon from Sandaime appearing on the top-left corner instead of Don-chan.

Just for this game and the next, difficulty stars in Kantan aren't regulated. There are actually 6* songs in Kantan in this version and in Taiko PS2 5. Of course, all 6* have been cut to 5* soon after.



~ Ending variants ~
Don-chan Sekai Ryoko (Muzukashii)
Don-chan Sekai Ryoko (Futsuu)
Don-chan Sekai Ryoko (Kantan)


No. of songs      40
No. of secret songs5

J-Pop (9 songs)
Title
Sakuranbo (さくらんぼ)
Ai Ootsuka
x4x4x4x9 (video)
Shanghai Honey (上海ハニー)
Orange Range
x4x5x4x6 (video)
Tentai Kansoku (天体観測)
Bump of Chicken
x4x5x5x8 (video)
SHAKE
Hayami Kishimoto
x3x4x5x8 (video)
Morainaki (もらい泣き)
Hitoto Yo
x3x2x3x7 (video)
Natsu Iro (夏色)
Yuzu
x3x3x5x7 (video)
Makenaide (負けないで)
ZARD
x4x3x2x2 (video)
Aoi Sangosho (青い珊瑚礁)
Matsuda Seiko
x3x3x3x7 (video)
Kimi Wa Ten-Nen-Shoku (君は天然色)
Krud
x4x3x4x4 (video)

Anime (6 songs)
Title
GO ! ! !
Naruto
x4x4x4x8 (video)
Katsushika Rhapsody ~Yamu Yamu Version~ (葛飾ラプソディー ~ヤムヤムVersion~)
Kochikame
x2x2x4x6 (video)
BON VOYAGE!
One Piece
x2x4x6x8 (video)
Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger (特捜戦隊デカレンジャー) x2x3x3x7 (video)
DANZEN! Futari wa Precure (DANZEN!ふたりはプリキュア) x3x3x3x6 (video)
Lum no Love Song (ラムのラブソング)
Urusei Yatsura
x4x5x5x9 (video)

Variety (5 songs)
Title
Omocha no Cha-cha-cha (おもちゃのチャチャチャ)x2x3x3x6 (video)
Clarinet o Kowashichata (クラリネットをこわしちゃった)x1x1x1x2 (video) (2P video)
Freedom (自由)
12 Girls Band (女子十二楽坊)
x5x5x5x9 (video)
Iimondana Furusato wa Meiji Karl no Uta (いいもんだなぁふるさとは 明治カールの歌)x1x2x2x2 (video)
Yappari Saru Getchu (やっぱりサルゲッチュ)x3x3x3x6 (video)

Classic (4 songs)
Title
First Movement from Symphony No.25 (交響曲第25番ト短調より 第一楽章)
Mozart
x5x5x6x7 (video)
Hungarian Dance No.5 (ハンガリー舞曲 第5番)
Brahms
x5x5x4x8 (video)
Air de Toreador (Carmen) (「カルメン」より闘牛士の歌)
Bizet
x4x4x5x7 (video)
Funiculi Funicula (フニクリ・フニクラ)
Luigi Denza
x3x4x4x6 (video)

Namco Original (16 songs)
Title
Ohayou! Taiko Summer (おはよう!太鼓サマー)x4x5x4x6 (video)
Don-chan Sekai Ryokou (どんちゃん 世界旅行)x4x4x6x7 (video)
Donko's First Date (どん子のファーストデート)x4x4x3x5 (video(2P video)
Unagi no Tamashii Rock (うなぎのたましいロック)x3x4x4x6 (video)
Onpu no Uta (音符のうた)x2x2x2x4 (video)
Dajare de Oshare (ダジャレdeオシャレ)x5x4x2x3 (video) (2P video)
Buru-chan No Oyatsu (ブルちゃんのおやつ)x2x4x5x6 (video) (2P video)
Scroll Mika (スクロール・ミカ)x4x6x6x10 (video)
Tower of Babel (バベルの塔) x4x5x5x8 (video)
Yokai Dochuuki Ondo (妖怪道中記音頭)x3x3x3x6 (video)
Dragon Spirit Medley (ドラゴンスピリットメドレー)x4x6x7x8 (video)
Ridge Racer x5x6x8x10 (video)
Rare Herox5x7x6x9 (video)
Thunder Ceptor Medley (サンダーセプターメドレー)x4x6x6x9 (video(2P video)
Katamari On The Rocks Main Theme (塊オンザロック  ~メインテーマ)x4x5x5x8 (video)
Kechadon 2000 (ケチャドン2000)x6x6x7x10 (video)

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3 comments:

  1. Here's the video link for Omocha no Chachacha (PS2 version): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=006P1fzUnEI

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  2. And the video link for Iimondana Furusato wa Meiji Karl no Uta is broken: Here's a new one: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qemUDCkYmSs

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  3. Whoops, didn't realize I omitted Omocha here. The PS2 version is identical to the Wii one, so I'll just use the capture we have now. Thanks for both vids.

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