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Monday, November 29, 2010

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna no Party Sandaime song list

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii Minna no Party Sandaime

The third Wii Taiko no Tatsujin, released on December 2010. As the title 'Minna de Party' would suggest, Taiko Wii 3 places emphasis back on the Wii casual audience, allowing up to 4 players on one screen at the same time, which hasn't ever been done before. It's cramped, but it works fine. To add to it, the main gimmick this time are the seven minigames of the Dream Taiko Land, 4 of which involve drumming skills, and the remaining three harks back to the PS2-era minigames, which is a welcome addition.

That isn't to say Taiko Wii 3 has ignored the fans of the Oni metagame though. Continuing on from Taiko Wii 2, Minna de Party finishes off the remaining Taiko 13/14 generation songs not already seen in Wii2/DS3. And in a very unexpected twist, after several unremarkable unlocks involving old songs (though they've been updated well enough to justify their presence), the Ura Oni unlock presented many surprises, giving many popular and new songs Ura Oni difficulties never before seen on any arcade (previously, Taiko Wii 2 simply ported Ura Onis from arcades, but didn't introduce any new ones). Many unexpected new songs came through Wii 3, including the Xbox 360 music Doom Noiz from Galaga Legions, and a new, unconventional 2000 song.

In other minor news, the loading screen has been tweaked to feature less blinding colors and now shows the song title while waiting for the song to start playing. Returning Wii features like Everyday Taiko Dojo, Miis, song lyrics and the mailbox are here, though there are no costumes or alternate Don-chan voice samples like in the previous games. Also the first Taiko game to not stick strictly to the number of songs as advertised, featuring 71 songs instead of 70 in all other promotional material.

Taiko Dream Land minigames

No. of songs      71 
No. of secret songs23
No. of songs with Ura (1P)10

J-Pop (9 songs)
Ring a Ding Dong
Kaela Kimura
x3x4x5x7 (video)
2009 "Zexy" CM song
x2x3x4x6 (video)
x2x4x5x7 (video)
Ponytail to Shushu (ポニーテールとシュシュ)
x3x5x6x7 (video)
Kimi ga Iru (キミがいる)
Ikimono Gakari
x3x4x6x8 (video)
Mata Kimi ni Koishi Teru (また君に恋してる)
Fuyumi Sakamoto
x2x3x4x6 (video)
Tamashii Revolution (タマシイレボリューション)
x3x4x6x8 (video)
Sobakasu (そばかす)
Judy and Mary
x4x4x5x5 (video)
Hero (ヒーロー)
x3x4x4x7 (video)

Anime (11 songs)
Gake no Ue no Ponyo (崖の上のポニョ)x1x2x2x3 (video)
Sanpo (さんぽ)
My Neighbor Totoro
x1x2x5x5 (video)
Sanpo (さんぽ)
My Neighbor Totoro
x4x6x7x9 (video)
Mainichi Ka-san (毎日かあさん) x2x3x5x7 (video)
Tensou Sentai Goseiger (天装戦隊ゴセイジャー)x3x4x6x6 (video)
Alright! Heart Catch Precure (Alright! ハートキャッチプリキュア!)x4x4x4x7 (video)
Saikou Everyday! (サイコー・エブリデイ!)
Pokémon Diamond & Pearl
x2x4x5x5 (video)
GO-GO Tamagotchi! (GO-GO たまごっち!)x1x3x5x7 (video)
Tomeidatta Sekai (透明だった世界)
Naruto Shippuden
x3x4x5x6 (video)
Kimi ga Shuyaku Sa~! (君が主役さっ!)
Gokujou! Mecha Mote Iinchou
x3x4x5x6 (video)
One day
One Piece
x2x3x5x6 (video)
Yuukai Tsuukai Kaibutsu-kun (ユカイツーカイ怪物くん) x3x3x5x5 (video)

Variety (2 songs)
Pirameki Taisou Taiko de Metabo Yattsukero! no Maki (ピラメキたいそう 太鼓でメタボやっつけろ!の巻)x3x4x5
x8 (video)
Black Rock Shooter (ブラック★ロックシューター)
feat. Hatsune Miku
x4x5x6x8 (video)

Classic (10 songs)
Alborada del Gracioso (道化師の朝の歌)
x5x7x8x8 (video)
Excerpt from Symphony No. 7 (交響曲第7番から)
x3x4x6x8 (video)
Fantasie Impromptu (幻想即興曲)
x5x7x8x10 (video)
Flight of the Bumblebee (熊蜂の飛行)
Nikolai-Rimsky Korsakov
x3x3x7x10 (video)
From the New World (新世界より)
x6 (video)
March from The Nutcracker (行進曲「くるみ割り人形」から)
x7 (video)
Montagues and Capulets (モンタギュー家とキャピュレット家)
Sergei Prokofiev
x4x4x4x4 (video)
Classic Medley (クラシックメドレー)
Rock ver.(ロック編)
x4x5x8x10 (video)
The Entertainer (エンターテイナー)
Scott Joplin
x4x5x7x8 (video)
Toy Symphony (おもちゃのシンフォニー)
x3x4x5x6 (video)

Game Music (11 songs)
New Super Mario Bros. Wii (New スーパーマリオブラザーズ Wii)x3x4x6x9 (video)
Monster Hunter Medley (モンスターハンターメドレー)x4x5x6x7 (video)
No Way Back
God Eater
x4x7x7x9 (video)
No Way Back
God Eater
x5x7x8x10 (video)
Overmaster (オーバーマスター)
x5x5x7x8 (video)
x4x5x6x8 (video)
Namcot Medley (ナムコットメドレー)x4x5x5x7 (video)
Make Inu Henjou feat. Kani Prince (負け犬返上 feat.蟹プリンス)x3x5x7x9 (video)
R4: Ridge Racer Type 4
x4x5x6x9 (video)
x5x6x7x8 (video)
Ace Combat X2 Joint Assault
x5x6x8x10 (video)
Doom Noiz
Galaga Legions
x5x7x8x10 (video)

Namco Original (28 songs)
Popcorn Parade (ポップコーン★パレード) x4x4x6x8 (video)
Ikasama Pirates (イカサマパイレーツ)x3x4x6x7 (video)
Theremin Rhapsody (テルミン狂想曲)
No. 42 'Pathetique'
x4x6x6x8 (video)
Arumujika ac14.0V (アルムジカac14.0V)x5x7x7x9 (video)
SORA-III Heliopause (SORA-III ヘリオポース)x4x6x7x9 (video)
NECOLOGY x3x5x7x9 (video)
Taiko Time (タイコタイム)x5x7x8
x10 (video)
Dream Tide -Yume no Chouryuu- (Dream Tide -夢の潮流-) x3x5x7x8 (video)
Uchuu Samurai (宇宙SAMURAI) x4x6x7x8 (video)
mint tearsx5x6x8
x10 (video)
Yumeiro Coaster (夢色コースター)x4x4x7x9 (video)
Black Rose Apostlex5x7x8x10 (video)
Black Rose Apostlex5x7x8x10 (video)
Zeihen ~transformation~ (蛻変~transformation~)x3x4x6x7 (video)
Zeihen ~transformation~ (蛻変~transformation~)x5x6x7x8 (video)
Shunyuu ~happy excursion~ (春遊 ~happy excursion~)x4x5x7x8 (video)
Shunyuu ~happy excursion~ (春遊 ~happy excursion~)x5x6x8x9 (video) (2P video)
Metal Police (めたるぽりす)x5x6x7x9 (video)
Metal Police (めたるぽりす)x5x7x8x9 (video)
Kimi no Akari (きみのあかり)x4x4x5x5 (video)
Kimi no Akari (きみのあかり)x5x6x7x8 (video)
Gekkabijin (月下美人)x4x6x7x9 (video)
Taiko Ranbu - Kaiden (太鼓乱舞 皆伝)x5
x9 (video)
Off Rock (オフ♨ロック) x4x6x6
x8 (video)
Jigoku no Taiko Jiten (地獄の太鼓事典)x5x6x7x9 (video)
Neko Kujira (ねこくじら)x4x6x7x8 (video)
BE THE ACEx3x4x6x6 (video)
Takkyu de Dakkyu (卓球de脱臼)x5x7x7x8 (video)
Dajare de Oshare (ダジャレdeオシャレ)x5x5x3x2 (video)
Dajare de Oshare (ダジャレdeオシャレ)x4x6x5x8 (video)
Saturday Taiko Fever (サタデー太鼓フィーバー)x4x5x7x8 (video)
Saturday Taiko Fever (サタデー太鼓フィーバー)x4x6x8x9 (video)
Haikei, Gakkou ni te... (拝啓、学校にて・・・)x2x3x4x7 (video)
Haikei, Gakkou ni te... (拝啓、学校にて・・・)x3x5x6x8 (video)
Hataraku 2000 (はたラク2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
Joubutsu 2000 (万戈イム一一ノ十)x5x7x8x10 (video)

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  1. Should we be expecting another garyoutensei song or 2000 series song?

  2. is this all the songs? or are some still a secret?

  3. No, this is a half-complete list. There are three or four more songs to unlock, though I wouldn't expect new Garyoutensei this time.

  4. is joubutsu2000 an acutal 2000 series song? it seems a bit uhh out of place.

  5. I don't know but it sure seems that way. Same brand of insane difficulty too.

  6. Joubutsu2000 is the last 2000 song. Everything leads to think it's the last 2000 song ever: its ID is "last2k" (last 2000) and the lyrics talk about putting everything to an end (there's more to come about it), plus, the "3. 7. 5. 6. 4." loop can be read "minagoroshi", which means annihilation, massacre. (literally "killing everybody")
    Even the title says it clearly: "Rest in peace 2000".
    It can easily be considered the hardest song in the whole series, at 220 BPM with 1/16 notes and a harshly weird go go time and terribly disturbing scrolls. Talking about difficulty, HataRaku and KitaSaitama fail in comparison.
    The song is imo quite sad in instrumentation and structure and gets all the more tragic with the French lyrics: it talks about making choices by ourselves, being dictated by others, and putting an end to everything.

    I'll make an article for each song while staying tuned to Taiko Time for teh newz.

    tl;dr Joubutsu2000 is the last and harshest 2000 song.

  7. Meant 1/6 notes o/

  8. Durrrrrr it's already in the 2000 series article, just forget my comments and go read it.