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Wednesday, September 10, 2014

[RUMOR] - Taiko Wii U 2's (partial) starting songlist

It doesn't happen so often to find out about a major console Taiko game's release with days in advance from the (still missing) official announce from the creators themselves, let alone any of the initial songs! However, the latest issue of Famitsu has properly acknowledged its incoming release, together with some of its tracklist!... or, at least this is what the supposed readers are stating without any proper magazine scan on the Internet.

Despite all the craze supplied by the recent arcade software updates (both for Japanese and not-JP players!), wikihouse users have already posted the names of 27 songs that sould be available on Taiko Wii U Tokimeki. We are including the leaked songs in there as well, but always take these additions with a salt of grain (at least, until we don't have any scans confirming these tunes)!

By this time, you already know the drill: a red New! is for the brand-new songs on Taiko overall, while a blue New! is for console debuts.

J-Pop
New! Honoo to Mori no Carnival (炎の森のカーニバル)
New! Labrador Retriever (ラブラドール・レトリバー)
New! Kenka Joutou (喧嘩上等)
New! Family Party (ファミリーパーティー)
New! Gomenasai no Kissing You (ごめんなさいのKissing You)
New! Koine to Amazora (恋音と雨空)
Love Song wa Tomaranai Yo (ラブソングはとまらないよ)
Ima, Sakihokoru Hanatachi Yo (今、咲き誇る花たちよ)
Tentai Kansoku (天体観測)

Anime
Let It Go ~Ari no Mama de~ (Let It Go~ありのままで~)
Guren no Yumiya (紅蓮の弓矢)
New! Imagination (イマジネーション)
Wake up!
V (Volt) (V (ボルト))
GO-GO Tamagotchi! (GO-GO たまごっち!)
Yume o Kanae te Doraemon (夢をかなえてドラえもん)
Tonari no Totoro (となりのトトロ)

Vocaloid
Senbonzakura (千本桜)
New! World's End Dance Hall (ワールズエンド・ダンスホール)
New! Amanojaku (天ノ弱)
Yi-er Fanclub (いーあるふぁんくらぶ)
New! Yobanashi Deceive (夜咄ディセイブ)

▼Variety▼
New! HERO
Kumamoto Surprise! (くまもとサプライズ!)
New! Boogie Boogie Funassyi (ぶぎ ぶぎ ふなっしー♪)

▼Game Music▼
New! Hikaru Yami (光る闇)
New! Dragon Ball Heroes -Evil Dragon Mission Series- (ドラゴンボールヒーローズ)

As expected, the first song batch we come to know mainly consists of licensed stuff, mostly consisting of already-known songs with some pleasant new additions, such as some new songs from Sekai no Owari and AKB48, lots of new Vocaloid song ports from the arcade scene and music from pretty recent Bandai Namco Games, namely Tales of the World and the second Dragon Ball Heroes videogame.

Until we lurk the web for photo proofs about these songs, take care!

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