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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Kita Saitama 2000 in the other Tenkaichi Otogesai games

While Taiko games got three boss songs from popular, external rhythm game franchises, Linda AI-Cue's Kita Saitama 2000 has been busy traveling into the other arcades for the huge AOU tournament event of this year. Watch as the second song from Taiko games crosses the rhythm game boundaries in three other franchises simultaneously!

On maimai GreeN, Kita Saitama 2000 gains a simple custom video, as well as a hell-ish chart for the maximum difficulty mode (Master). Even the slow part in the middle doesn't leave players some time to catch their breath, but there's a reason: if you watch closely the patterns, you will notice that the sliders and note swirls on the slow segment are constructed so that players can spell the name of the song. Quite astonishing, isn't it?

Groove Coaster EX's take on the iconic 2000 song s ridiculously hard as well, topped with several iconic elements from the Taiko no Tatsujin franchise in the background. How many of these are you able to spot?

Finally, here's the song on the 16-tile, touchscreen-based jubeat saucer fullfil. The interesting piece of trivia for this version lies on the song's Max Combo counter for its maximum difficulty (Extreme), being the same one of FLOWER's Ura Oni mode n Taiko. It's also fun to notice that Kita Saitama 2000's Advanced notechart on jubeat has 765 notes. Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

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