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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Namco Taiko Blog (18 October 2012) - Taiko PSP DX October 2012 download pack


This month is another awesome set of songs! Come see what they are.

Five songs this month.

J-Pop
Misenai Namida wa, Kitto Itsu Ka (ミセナイナミダハ、きっといつか)

Anime
Kill me Baby! (キルミーのベイベー!)

Game Music
Metal Hawk BGM1 (メタルホーク BGM1)

Namco Original
Hana Oto Urahyoushi (花オト裏拍子)
Kaze no Kuni no Ryu to Kishi (風の国の龍と騎士)

Yes, second month in a row with CreoFUGA songs! The 5th and 6th winners. Only two winning songs left then. Hana Oto Urahyoushi is an energetic Japanese-styled song with a female vocalist. Not a human though; this song was done by a Vocaloid. Which one? You'll have to find out later! The song was arranged by Harunaba (はるなば). The other song, Kaze no Kuni no Ryu to Kishi is a medieval-style music with no vocals, and sounds really cool. Its old title when it won the contest was Mukashi Mukashi, Tooki Kuni no Ousama wa (昔むかし、遠き国の王様は). It was made by Ryuitti (リューイッティ).

As for the rest of the songs, the licensed songs are new ones from Taiko 0.5, while the game music song is one of the most infamous in the entire genre for being devilishly hard to full combo, and it's now on PSP!

All songs are priced at 150 yen, with the two CreoFUGA songs being purchasable as a package for 200 Yen. Metal Hawk is free. The download pack will be available on October 25th 2012.

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1 comment:

  1. Holy cow! Kill Me Baby's OP theme?! HAHAHAHAHA.

    (But seriously, that's awesome! Gonna have to buy it later.)

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