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Monday, August 15, 2011

Taiko goofs returns

Another bug parade awaits our readers after months of inactivity! This time is focused on the latest PSP game; even if has brought new songs and innovations, it also contains some embarassing programming errors...



The first one of the bunch (foundable by activing the RemoteJoyLite recorder software) lies on PSP DX's Auto mode. No matter how many times and which song will be played with this modifier, Auto mode will always achieve some unaccurate silver hits (可), which are supposed to be absent in a Perfect Great play. Curiously enough, Auto mode achieves true perfect plays only on Medley mode, or standed by another game modifier.



By following some easy steps, it's possible to drastically change the game's sound effects in a VERY odd way! Luckilly, this bug ends when the game is closed.



Taiko PSP DX features some songs which have their Go-Go Time zones start right after a hit-balloon (like Love Ikusa!! and Rinda wa Kyou mo Zekkouchou Ura). But if this particular note isn't properly popped, Don-chan can jump on the scrolling bar, also covering part of the drum/combo counter. The drum will return behind the bar after a 10-hit combo or multiples.

7 comments:

  1. Err... for the first "bug", it's not really the fault of the game itself. It's a side effect of using RemoteJoyLite (the plugin and program used to make HQ captures of PSP games). I can confirm since without that plugin, Auto never makes any white notes. When turned on, however, that's when Auto starts getting inaccurate.

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  2. Oh, really? I knew there was going to be lag using RJL but I didn't think it'd be that bad as to make Autoplay screw up. That settles things then.

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  3. "But if this particular note isn't properly popped, Don-chan can jump on the scrolling bar, also covering part of the drum/combo counter. The drum will return behind the bar after a 10-hit combo or multiples. "

    Wow, this is similar to the bug in DS3!

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  4. Also yes, depending on how fast your PSP, USB Cable, USB Port, and computer is, you're most likely going to lag Taiko when you try to RJL it.

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  5. My copy lags without anything connected to it D8< Playing go-go time/ when i've reached tamashii gauge when lagging is just horrible. Because of it I can never reach a million in Mulberry & Taiyou mo yapapa ura...

    So when I put a song on auto mode, the number of white notes can actually vary! Like RT ura, 1 time it had 1 white note, another auto play had 2.

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  6. Really? Maybe your PSP speed is turned down?

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  7. What Ian said; check the Clock Speed (press Select while at the XMB) and put it at either Default or 333.

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