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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Namco Taiko Blog (April 30 2014) - Taiko Momoiro V16.06: GMT Batch 2

Surprise update! Although it is only Wednesday, Etou has brought us news about another upcoming fireware update for the Momoiro ver. arcades!

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Another major version-up for AC0?

We once again turn to arcade distributor US Industrial's website on their website for the scope of this yet-to-be-confirmed rumor. As their New Products page reveals, the company is inviting ordering for a Taiko no Tatsujin July 2014 Conversion Kit item. That could imply we are going to see another large-scale firmware update! This is also mirrored by a corresponding entry at am-net, an arcade game information portal.

This is also the first large-scale firmware update since the advent of International HD Taiko cabinets. What would this mean for all the overseas Donders?

The content description goes on to revealing some possible candidates of new features, including character songs for the popular mascots Funassyi and Kumamon (i.e. Kumamoto Surprise! as from Wii U1 DLC). And of course the usual fare of new additions of J-POP, Anime, Vocaloid and even Touhou Project Arrange tunes will also be present.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Red Rose Evangel's artist name...finally revealed!

cry out isn't the only album that Namco Original song Red Rose Evangel is on. Another of Ayane's albums, Luminous Flux, also contains the full version of the song, though there is one thing: whoever published this album was not careful enough to hide the artist name!

Red Rose Evangel was, to our knowledge, made by an unknown artist with the alias Zeami. Guess who he really is!

Tatsuya Shimizu's name finally comes out into the light. A Konami composer made the no Mai and Rose series songs!

Though many people already knew it all along, it doesn't hurt to have more evidence!

Postcards from the Niconico Super Conference 3


After this weekend's Niconico Super Conference 3 event, a lot of information about the Taiko collaborations has surface, which includes pictures of both the 2nd leg of the Game Music Triangle and the Touhou collab.

Not much is currently known about the details of the GMT Mashup songs (aside for Densha de Densha de OPA! OPA! above: 451 on Muzukashii and 658 on Oni), but there is confirmation of how difficult they are on Oni. Both Hiro's Ridge de Ridge de GO!GO!GO! and Masubuchi Yuuji's Densha de Densha de OPA!OPA!OPA! GMT mashups have a 9* Oni, while COSIO's Opa! Opa! RACER has an 8* Oni. All three songs are scheduled for Groove Coaster, Maimai GreeN Plus and our very own Taiko Momoiro this 8th of May.

Surprisingly enough, the three new Touhou collaboration songs appeared at the event, allowing player to try out the songs and unlock the promotional outfit before this year's Hakurei Shrine Festival event. Here are the star ratings (and notecounts) being reported for the event:
  • Necro-Fantasy ~ Arr.Demetori - ?/7/?/10 (?/371/698/1160)
  • Kero⑨destiny - 4/6/6/9 (104/160/275/382)
  • Tsuki ni Murakumo - 4/5/6/8 (167/?/?/769)
While there were no Uras reported at the event, if this turns out to be true, the Variety genre just got its second 10* Oni in the span of 2 months, with this one being its first Oni chart to exceed 1000 notes! We'll see if these turn out to be legitimate down the road.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Sotsu Omeshiki lyrics

Composer: Yoshinori Kawamoto (川元義徳)
Vocals: unmo

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Song of the Week! 26 April 2014

It's been a really eventful week on every corner of Taiko no Tatsujin, with collaborations happening everywhere ans especially frenetic on the arcade! Our humble blog has had some additions recently too; two new writers!

As such, today's picks are selected by newcomers tetsutaro @ nigelliusnitrox and CoroQuetz. Enjoy!

Taiko iOS Update 2.3.0 - Now Supports Roland V-Drums!


Apart from the Wii/Wii U series and the Taiko Controller Pro, Taiko no Tatsujin Plus for iOS is also getting a brand new means of input!

Earlier this week, Taiko Plus pushed forward a new version (2.3.0). In addition to fixing compatibility issues with iOS 6 and tweaking controls in the song selection menu, the iPad version also adds support to Roland's V-Drums series of electronic drum sets!

HORI's Taiko Controller Pro: More Info and Now Accepts Pre-order

A report from Famitsu gives us more info on the newest model of Taiko Controller, manufactured by HORI. The controller set, officially named Taiko no Tatsujin Exclusive Controller Pro., is expected to be put up for sale this summer at 29,800 yen (tax included), and is open for pre-order at HORI's web store now.

Interested? See below for more info before you decide!

Friday, April 25, 2014

Taiko no Tatsujin: Shinkyoku Tori Houdai x Puyo Puyo, take 2

Another returning collaboration started today within the Android-friendly Taiko game and Sega's Puyo Puyo Fever Touch.

From today until May 8th, both the games will feature the same skin changes and promotional content which was already featured into last year's first collaboration. One significant difference is that Taiko Shinkyoku Tori Houdai will feature a new Puyo Puyo tune titled Tanoshii Puyo Puyo Jigoku! (たのしいぷよぷよ地獄!), in addition to Minna de Taisen! Asamade Puyo Puyo we saw last time.

During this period, players who try out both the game at the same period have a chance to win one of the 5 Taiko 3DS 1 game cartridges!

For further details, you can also visit the campaign's website.

Twitter Snippets (25 April 2014) - NicoNico/Hakurei Shrine Teasers

Before this week-end's NicoNico Super Conference 3 event, Etou takes the mike on Twitter to post some pictures of the incoming event, in the guise of some fancy posters/banners and selected teasers...

By teasers, I mean some star ratings to look at before the next Taiko-influenced events's beginning! From a couple of tweeted images, we come to know the Kantan/Futsuu/Muzukashii ratings for GMT Phase 2 song Densha de Densha de OPA!OPA!OPA! -GMT mashup- (4/6/7) and Tsuki ni Murakumo (Arranged: Iceon) (4/5/6). I wonder why all these Variety placeholder folders in the second picture...



Related Tweets:

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Namco Taiko Blog (24 April 2014) - May's Donchare muscles

A new month is approaching fast, and so the newest Don Challenge goodies. What will Japanese arcade players be able to unlock this time around?

Taiko Momoiro (Intl.) Adds 5 More Songs!

Not too long after the Japanese version's last firmware update, the International version of Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Ver. is also due for an update just today! This time, cabinets outside of Japan will receive 5 more songs to catch up with their counterparts in Japan, namely:

地球を回せっ! / Chikyuu o Mawase!
マジLOVE 2000% / Maji LOVE 2000%

放課後ストライド / Houkago Stride
夜咄ディセイブ / Yobanashi Deceive

Link to Facebook post by Taiwanese agent

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Taiko no Tatsujin (International) unlock list

All unlockables are limited to Banapassport users only.

First video of Kumamoto Surprise!

Now that the Wii U has reached the 100-songs milestone thanks to the monthly DLC features, the Variety genre finally gets bigger with the song Kumamoto Surprise! (2/3/4/6)

While its Oni video doesn't bear any surprise for the 6-star tier, the song features a bunch of Taiko characters and the black bear Kumamon -Kumamoto prefecture's mascot- as custom dancers, while many iconic elements from the Japanese prefecture pop in the background, such as the Kumamoto Castle and lots of healthy fruits!

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Twitter Snippets (April 22 2014) - Touhou x Taiko Coaster

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A quick update from Etou for all the NicoNico Super Conference 3 goers (which is this weekend)! By playing the exhibiting Taiko cabinets at Hakurei Shrine Reitaisai Super Concentrated Version area, you can receive a free Reitaisai x Taiko no Tatsujin collaboration coaster, looking just like the above image! Be quick though, as stock is limited!

Read more about the mini-Reitaisai at Super Conference 3 here, or the real Reitaisai on May 11 here!

Link to the original tweet

GMT's Phase 1 on maimai and Groove Coaster

ゲーム ミュージック トライアングル

We already saw the first batch of songs for the Game Music Triangle on Taiko arcade, but how the songs will play in the other two arcades? That's what you are going to discover today!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Made By You: SHADE and more

We're back with another Made By You feature, with 3 songs from various rhythm games! As always, keep sending in those fanmade charts!

Above is our first feature of this weekend, and it's unique in that it's actually made from 3 different variations of a single song stringed together! SHADE is composed and arranged by DJ MURASAME vs dj Killer, both aliases of the many-monikered Tatsuya Shimizu/Tatsh. It serves as the Extra Stage song for beatmania IIDX 19 Lincle, and has a different variation on each of its 3 difficulties. When played back to back, the 3 difficulties actually make a complete mix, and it is this 6 minute mix that has been mapped above.

With a unique gimmick of being a 3-part song, it only follows to have this map be mapped by 3 different people; this map is a collaboration by AxelHino, crystalsuicune and Kaiya, each having taken a segment. The result is 6 minutes of clusters ranging from the simple to the complicated, making for a practice in perseverance. Can you finish without any mistakes?

Another long mix of a bemani song! Bahram Attack -Nekomata Master Remix- was originally from beatmania IIDX 16 Empress, itself a remix of "Bahram Battleship" from fellow Konami videogame, ZONE OF THE ENDERS THE 2nd RUNNER, a mech combat game. There are actually two variations of this long mix, each with slightly different intros: the one you see above, from Nekomata Master's album "Backdrops"; and the other from L.E.D.'s album "Denjin K" (which you can see here.

Mapped by dialgadu77, it has a respectable speed and a strong backbeat, making for a difficult 9* map, with plenty of tricky clusters.

Incidentally, it's Easter Sunday today, and what better way to wrap up this feature with a celebratory classic song? Get Up! by BanYa originates from the arcade dance game Pump It Up Exceed, well-known for being one of Dance Dance Revolution's main competitors alongside In the Groove. Being a band remix of Beethoven's Ode to Joy, it has frantic drumming and a wailing guitar to put a new spin on the classic song.

Mapped by CoroQuetz, the map has a frantic chart to match and its speed contributes greatly to its difficulty. A lack of complex clusters keeps it from becoming overly difficult, settling it at 8*.

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Song of the Week! 19 April 2014

It's sneak peek week! Here's one of the licensed songs to debut in the upcoming Taiko 3DS2 (unless Momoiro beats it to the punch).

Friday, April 18, 2014

Taiko no Tatsujin 3DS2: More Details and Screens

The hype train yesterday was for the new arcade update and its bunch of new songs (including the three Game Music Triangle songs!), new articles for Taiko 3DS2 have been made by Famitsu and 4Gamer at the same time the official website made its first update.

There are tons of new details about the Story Mode and in-game screens to look at, so let's get started!

Taiko Plus: the Return of the Ura modes!

From today, another trio of older songs for the Apple-friendly Taiko game will gain their arcade-introduced Ura modes for an extra layer of challenge. Just be sure that you game's version is 2.1.0 or later!

This time, the songs involved are Namco Originals Rumble Ranbu and Taiko Time (from the Namco Original Pack 1) and Anime song Switch On! (from the Popular Song Pack 7), for the first time with its Ura Oni in a console game. Remember to update your Taiko + version if you don't see the new Uras displayed!

Taiko Team Livestream Recap (April 11 2014) - GMT and Touhou Galore

Sorry that this recap post is coming very late. We were not present at times and were trying to recover as much details as we can. If you have any more details you would like to share, please feel free to do so in the comments or chatbox!

The livestream on April 11 2014 is hosted by Etou, Sasaoka, Masubuchi and Takemoto. The key points of discussion include various collaboration news, appearance in different events, and other house-cleaning matters across the Taiko scene. This time Takemoto also live-tweets the goings of show along the broadcast.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Namco Taiko Blog 2 - April 11th Stream recap and GMT's Phase 2

Today's second blog entry is about the continuation of the Game Music Triangle collaboration, as well as a recap of the last Taiko Team live streaming session. Until we finish our coverage of the stream, here's the abridged version that the Taiko Team has listed today on their blog.

First videos of Momoiro Version 15.06's new songs

Since today's blog entry is about stuff we already know, it's time to focus our attention to something that's actually new: Momoiro Game Version 15.06's new songs! Here are the first videos for its new songs.

Namco Taiko Blog (April 17 2014, 1 of 2) - Taiko Wii U April DLC

Expect two blog post from the official Namco Taiko Blog today! The first one, published just earlier today, is about Wii U Version DLC for April. We have already did a coverage on that previously, so we are going to skip the details here.

Meanwhile, enjoy some HD screenshots and images of the Kumamon elements added with the Variety song Kumamoto Surprise!

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Taiko Wii U's April DLC

With all the craze over the arcade collaborations and a new 3DS Taiko game in the works, let's not forget the home console! On Taiko Wii U's website, the April DLC content has finally been announced, with five new free DLC songs.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Sorairo Version Premium Soundtrack CD's exclusive tracks

For such an elusive soundtrack like the Sorairo Version Premium one, it has been an hell to find even a trace of the last few tracks, aside from the ones we have already heard during previous Taiko Team streaming. Thanks to nigelliusnitrox, we managed to spot a Youtube user named TeamKamehead, who was so kind to share the missing tracks on its channel. Want to hear them for yourself?

Twitter Snippets (April 15 2014) - Taiko Stationery: Have Don-chan With You At School

Today on the @taiko_team Twitter, we again have news brought by Takemoto. The glamorous array of Taiko no Tatsujin stationery items, produced by Kamio Japan, are for sale right now!

Pencils, pencil cases, erasers, stickers, decals, notebooks and more! Check them out in your next visit to a stationery shop!

The Taiko Team is psyched about the merchandise too! Etou, for instance, has very quickly applied decals to dress up his smartphone. That is a lot of Omen-kosou decals on one phone.

A postscript about the pencil cases: The Don-chan one and the Katsu-chan one are actually one same item! Just flip the pencil case inside-out to reveal the other brother! This should be reassuring for all the Katsu-chan fans out there (including myself).

Related Tweets:
"Taiko stationery now for sale!"
"Oh they are so adorable!"
"Etou's phone, now with more Taiko!"
"PS: Reversible pencil case!"

Monday, April 14, 2014

Pro-wrestling Goes Taiko! Taiko Momoiro at Wrestling World 2014 in Taiwan

Aside from the imminent event juggernauts of NicoNico Super Conference 3 and Hakurei Shrine Reitaisei, Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro ver. made a two-day event appearance at the pro-wrestling tournament Wrestling World 2014 in Taiwan. Notably, this is the first ever event appearance of the new HD Taiko arcade that is outside of Japan!

The cabinet was set up in a tent right outside National Taiwan University Sports Centre, the venue of the tournament, among other souvenir tents. The cabinet was open for public play from 15:00 onwards on both days. According to Plurk users who were there, the cabinet is set on 1-song freeplay mode, with no server connection.

Even the wrestlers caught on the Taiko train! From 17:00 onwards on both days, competing wrestlers appeared and played with fans and other wrestlers. For a detailed rundown of the wrestlers' plays (even down to the individual scores), do check out the reports on the New Japan Pro-wrestling homepage, as linked below.

Scope for April 12
Scope for April 13

Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken song list

Taiko no Tatsujin 3DS 2 box art

This is the second Taiko no Tatsujin game released on the Nintendo 3DS, on June 2014. Visually it looks identical to its predecessor, Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb. The story mode uses the same 'save the world' template as most other stories used in the franchise, however one major difference in the gameplay in this rhythm-RPG story mode is the ability to customize a full party of monster helpers to fight for Don-chan, creating a lot of options for players.

Most other things are carried over from the first 3DS Taiko, such as the Stamp Album and single-cart 4-player games. The costumes are no longer single-part like in the first game, and go back to being 2-part like in the old DS games. However, colors are not fully customizable here, and Don-chan can only use preset color templates (which can be unlockable).

Another first for the 3DS line of Taiko games is implementation of the StreetPass mechanic, where communication occurs between two 3DSes when they pass by each other. You can trade high scores, story mode monsters, and show other players your costume and favorite song. Don to Katsu ni Jikuu Daibouken is also the first DS/3DS series Taiko game to feature paid downloadable songs, costumes and story mode scenarios, something that could not be done on the old system due to hardware limitations. The game also launched in both physical and a digital version to download on the eShop, -a portable first scenario on Nintendo grounds- which got removed (for purchase purposes only) on May 30th, 2017.

Songlist-wise, Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken has a slightly more expansive default list than the first 3DS game, and is overall currently the largest among the DS/3DS line, but trails slightly behind Taiko Portable DX, which has the current largest song count in handheld Taiko.

A first for Taiko games on Nintedo systems, Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken received a Korean localization on August 2015, featuring complete text translations to Korean with some songs re-spelling/direct English translation while still retaining the Japanese dubbing of the original title. The game's Korean version, however, lacks of the original version's DLC support, together with the disappearance of a trio of songs from the base songlist.


Additional content list
      QR code page
Great Space-time Adventure Mode Data
      Songs Used
      Battle Members
      Costumes and Items
      Boss Battles

~ Theme song ~

No. of songs     63 (total 132)
 No. of secret songs10
 No. of songs with Ura11+15
No. of downloadable songs  
(includes temporary free songs)

*Note: Katsu to Mariko no Ekaki Uta (かつとマリ子の絵かきうた) is in the game, but only playable within Popular Song Pack 7's Extra Story chapter.

J-Pop (7 + 13 songs)
Mottai Night Land (もったいないとらんど)
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
x3x5x6x7 (video)
Koisuru Fortune Cookie (恋するフォーチュンクッキー)
x3x4x6x7 (video)
Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimi Tachi Yo (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ)
Momoiro Clover Z
x4x4x4x7 (video)
Ima, Sakihokoru Hanatachi Yo (今、咲き誇る花たちよ)
x3x5x5x6 (video)
x3x3x4x6 (video)
Linda Linda (リンダリンダ)
The Blue Hearts
x4x6x5x5 (video)
Ikenai Taiyou (イケナイ太陽)
Orange Range
x4x4x5x7 (video)
Kurenai (紅)
x8 (video)
Ninjyary Bang Bang (にんじゃりばんばん)
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
x3x5x6x8 (video)
 Ponytail to Shushu (ポニーテールとシュシュ)
x3x5x6x7 (video)
x3x4x6x7 (video)
LOVE Machine (LOVEマシーン)
Morning Musume
x4x5x5x5 (video)
Konayuki (粉雪)
x3x4x6x6 (video)
Monkey Magic (モンキー・マジック)
x3x3x5x7 (video)
Natsu Matsuri (夏祭り)
x3x2x6x6 (video)
One Night Carnival
x3x5x6x8 (video)
 Chocolate Disco (チョコレイト・ディスコ)
x3x2x5x5 (video)
x3x4x5x6 (video)
Bakuchi Dancer (バクチ・ダンサー)
x4x4x6x8 (video)
Dragon Night
x3x4x6x8 (video)

Anime (10 + 14 songs)
Kamen Rider Gaim
x2x3x5x7 (video)
Ressha Sentai ToQger (烈車戦隊トッキュウジャー)x2x2x4x5 (video)
Happiness Charge Precure! WOW! (ハピネスチャージプリキュア!WOW!)x2x3x4x5 (video)
x2x2x4x6 (video)
Geragerapo no Uta (ゲラゲラポーのうた) (1*)
Yokai Watch
x3x4x5x7 (video)
V (Volt) (V (ボルト))
Pokemon X/Y
x2x3x6x8 (video)
Kimi o Nosete (君をのせて)
Laputa: Castle in the Sky
x2x3x4x6 (video)
Guren no Yumiya (紅蓮の弓矢)
Shingeki no Kyojin
x5x6x6x8 (video)
Kimi ni 100 Percent (キミに100パーセント)
Crayon Shin-Chan
x2x3x5x5 (video)
Wake up!
One Piece
x3x5x5x6 (video)
 Let It Go ~Ari no Mama de~ (Let It Go~ありのままで~)
x2x2x2x4 (video)
GO-GO Tamagotchi! (GO-GO たまごっち!)x1x2x4x7 (video)
Detective Conan Main Theme (名探偵コナン メイン・テーマ)x3x1x5x6 (video)
Lupin III Theme'78 (ルパン三世のテーマ'78)x4x5x6x7 (video)
Lupin III Theme'78 (ルパン三世のテーマ'78)---x8 (video)
Jojo ~Sono Chi no Sadame~ (ジョジョ~その血の運命~)
Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
x3x5x5x7 (video)
Sousei no Aquarion (創聖のアクエリオン)x3x4x5x7 (video)
Yukidaruma Tsukurou (雪だるまつくろう) (Do You Want to Build A Snowman)
x1x1x3x7 (video)
 Switch On!
Kamen Rider Fourze
x1x1x3x3 (video)
  Switch On!
Kamen Rider Fourze
---x9 (video)
Cowboy Bebop
x5x5x7x9 (video)
Cowboy Bebop
---x9 (video)
Hare Hare Yukai (ハレ晴レユカイ)
The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya
x4x5x7x8 (video)
(2P video)
Kamen Rider Drive
x3x4x6x7 (video)
Anataboshi (アナタボシ)
Kirarin Revolution
x3x4x4x5 (video)
Anataboshi (アナタボシ)
Kirarin Revolution
---x8 (video)
 Happy Material (ハッピー★マテリアル)
Mahou Sensei Negima
x4x6x6x8 (video)
 Kill Me no Baby! (キルミーのベイベー!)x4x5x8x9 (video)

Variety (5 + 5 songs)
Amachan (あまちゃん)
Opening Theme (オープニングテーマ)
x3x5x6x7 (video)
Kumamoto Surprise! (くまもとサプライズ!)
Kumamon Gymnastics (くまモン体操)
x2x3x4x6 (video)
Funa Funa Funassyi! (ふな ふな ふなっしー♪)
~Funassyi Official Theme Song~ (~ふなっしー公式テーマソング~)
x3x4x5x8 (video)
Karl no Uta: Autumn Pondside Version (カールのうた秋 池のほとり篇)x2x4x4x5 (video)
Katte Rock (買ってロック)
Gurt! CM
x3x3x5x7 (video)
Yoshimune Hyobanki Abarenbo Shogun BGM (吉宗評判記 暴れん坊将軍BGM)x3x3x6x7 (video)
 Tenohira o Taiyou ni (手のひらを太陽に)x2x2x3x7 (video)
Yawaraka Sensha (やわらか戦車)x3x5x6x6 (video)
 Yawaraka Sensha (やわらか戦車)---x9 (video)
Matsuken Samba II (マツケンサンバII)x5x5x6x8 (video)
 TRUTHx4x6x7x7 (video)

Vocaloid (7 + 4 songs)
Senbonzakura (千本桜) (1*)
x3x5x6x7 (video)
  Senbonzakura (千本桜) (1*)
---x8 (video)
Roku-Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari (六兆年と一夜物語)
x3x5x7x8 (video)
  Roku-Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari (六兆年と一夜物語)
---x9 (video)
Kagerou Daze (カゲロウデイズ )
x3x5x7x7 (video)
  Kagerou Daze (カゲロウデイズ )
---x8 (video)
Yi-er Fanclub (いーあるふぁんくらぶ)
x3x5x6x8 (video)
Noushou Sakuretsu Girl (脳漿炸裂ガール)
x4x5x6x8 (video)
  Noushou Sakuretsu Girl (脳漿炸裂ガール)
---x9 (video)
Matryoshka (マトリョシカ) (1*)
x7 (video)
  Matryoshka (マトリョシカ) (1*)
---x9 (video)
Eccentric w (エキセントリックw)
x3x4x6x8 (video)
  Karamari no Hana (カラ鞠の花)
x4x7x7x10 (video)
Hanaoto Ura Hyoushi (花オト裏拍子)
x3x5x6x9 (video)
Juukinzoku Fugitive (重金属フューギティブ)
Ryuitti feat. GUMI
x4x6x7x10 (video)
Love x Love Whistle (Karemeshi Official Song) (愛×愛ホイッスル(カレーメシ公式曲))
x4x6x8x9 (video)

Classic (8 + 2 songs)
Carmen Prelude (カルメン 組曲一番終曲)
x3x5x5 x7 (video)
Ninth Symphony (第九交響曲)
x3x3x3x6 (video)
Orpheus in the Underworld Overture (「天国と地獄」序曲)
Jacques Offenbach
x4x4x5x6 (video)
Republic Praise (リパブリック産科)x3x4x6x7 (video)
Pavane for a Dead Princess Kimi no Kodou (亡き王女のためのパヴァーヌ ~きみのこどう~)
x3x5x5x6 (video)
  Pavane for a Dead Princess Kimi no Kodou (亡き王女のためのパヴァーヌ ~きみのこどう~)
---x8 (video)
Flight of the Bumblebee (熊蜂の飛行)
Nikolai-Rimsky Korsakov
x3x4x7x9 (video)
Dokadoka (弩蚊怒夏)x5x7x8x10 (video)
 Funiculi Funicula (フニクリ・フニクラ)
Luigi Denza
x4x6x7x7 (video)
 Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (アイネクライネナハトムジーク) 
Luigi Denza
x4x4x6x7 (video)
Etude Op.10-4 (練習曲Op.10-4)
x3x4x8x9 (video)
 Etude Op.10-4 (練習曲Op.10-4)
---x10 (video)

Game Music (8 + 8 songs)
x3x4x6x6 (video)
Monster Hunter 4 Medley (モンスターハンター4 メドレー)x3x5x7x8 (video)
Night And Day
Ace Combat 2
x4x6x8x9 (video)
Oshiete Kumatomo (おしえてくまとも)
Kuma-Tomo Theme Song
x2x3x5x8 (video)
Koi wa Mizuiro (恋はみずいろ)
Mizuiro Blood
x4x5x5x7 (video)
L・O・V・Ex5x7x7x8 (video)
Ridge Racer V
x5x6x7x8 (video)
Ridge Racer V
---x9 (video)
Soul Calibur II (ソウルキャリバーⅡ)
~Brave Sword, Braver Soul~
x3x5x5x7 (video)
Rave Racer
x4x5x7x8 (video)
 Kessen!! (決戦!!)
Puzzle & Dragons Z
x3x5x6x8 (video)
x4x5x6x8 (video)
x3x3x4x8 (video)
 Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~
x3x4x7x9 (video)
  Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~
---x10 (video)
 Mahou o Kakete! (魔法をかけて!)
x3x3x4x7 (video)
 Kirame Kirari (キラメキラリ)
x3x4x6x9 (video)
  Kirame Kirari (キラメキラリ) 
---x9 (video)
 Jibun REST@RT (自分REST@RT)
x3x4x4x7 (video)
  Jibun REST@RT (自分REST@RT)
---x9 (video)

Namco Original (18 + 23 songs)
Choujikuu Adventure (超時空アドベンチャー)x4x5x6x6 (video)
Sacred Ruin (セイクリッド ルイン)x5x6x7x9 (video)
Sacred Ruin (セイクリッド ルイン)---x10 (video)
super star shooter
blue marble
x4x6x7x8 (video)
Purupuru Simple (ぷるぷるしんぷる) 
Her Ghost Friend
x4x5x7x8 (video)
Mahou no Kissaten (魔法の喫茶店)x3x4x5x8 (video)
Haryu (春竜 ~Haryu~)x4x5x7x8 (video)
  Haryu (春竜 ~Haryu~)---x9 (video)
Sotsu Omeshiki (そつおめしき)
feat. unmo
x4x6x7x10 (video)
Hyakka Ryouran (百花繚乱)x3x4x5x8 (video)
Saitama 2000 (さいたま2000)x5x7x7x7 (video)
 Lightning Passion (らいとにんぐ ぱっしょん)x4x5x6x7 (video)
  Lightning Passion (らいとにんぐ ぱっしょん)---x9 (video)
 Reviver (リバイバー)x3x4x5x8 (video)
 Metal Police (めたるぽりす)x4x6x7x9 (video)
  Metal Police (めたるぽりす)---x9 (video)
 Zastohl no Madousho (ザストゥールの魔導書)x3x5x6x8 (video)
 Oresama Pirates (オレサマパイレーツ)x3x5x6x8 (video)
 Nightmare Survivor (ナイトメア・サバイバー)x3x5x6x8 (video)
  Nightmare Survivor (ナイトメア・サバイバー)---x10 (video)
 The Carnivorous Carnivalx4x6x7x9 (video)
 Time to dinex5x6x7x9 (video)
 Donkama 2000 (ドンカマ2000)x5x7x8x10 (video)
x4x7x8x10 (video)
Hurtling Boys
Sadakichi Ihcikadas
x5x7x8x10 (video)
Tenyou no Mai (天妖ノ舞)x3x6x8x9 (video)
Black Rose Apostlex5x6x8x10 (video)
 Black Rose Apostle---x10 (video
 dance stormx4x5x6x7 (video)
 dance storm---x9 (video
Taiko Ranbu Kaiden (太鼓乱舞 皆伝)x4
x8 (video)
Jikuu Chou Jikuu 1-Ka (時空庁時空1課)
feat. unmo
x4x6x8x9 (video)
X-DAY2000x5x7x8x10 (video)
Waruru-sama no Uta o Ki ke! (ワルルーさまの歌を聴けぇ!)x3x5x8x9 (video)
Hikari no Kanata e (ヒカリノカナタヘ)x4x5x8x9 (video)
Hikari no Kanata e (ヒカリノカナタヘ)---x10 (video)
Desert de Yakiniku (Sahara-hen) (デザートde焼肉(サハラ編))x4x6x7x9 (video)
Warera Muteki no Dokon Dan (われら無敵のドコン団)x3x4x5x8 (video)
Jingle Bells ~ 765 Edition (ジングルベル第765番)x2x3x4x8 (video)
Don-chan Ondo (どんちゃん音頭)x2x3x5x7 (video)
Yozakura Shanikusai (夜桜謝肉祭)x4x6x8
x9 (video)
 Yozakura Shanikusai (夜桜謝肉祭)---x10 (video)
Densetsu no Matsuri (伝説の祭り)x3x4x6x7 (video)
Dokidoki Munekyun Omatsuri Time (ドキドキ胸きゅん おまつりタイム)x4x6x6x9 (video)
Takkyu de Dakkyu (卓球de脱臼)x4x7x7x8 (video)
Ignis Dansex4x7x8x10 (video)
Evidence of evil
x5x7x8x10 (video)
Boku wa Synth (ボクハシンセ)x3x3x4x8 (video)
 Jinpuumaru (迅風丸)x3x4x6x8 (video)
  Jinpuumaru (迅風丸)---x9 (video)
 Jikuu Chou Sousa 2-Ka (時空庁捜査2課)
feat. SaChi (Harineko)
x4x6x7x8 (video)

(1*- The song is not available in the Korean version of the game.

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