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Sunday, November 1, 2015

Closing Up the Past: Changes of Downloadable Content for Wii U1 and Wii U2

We're coming ever closer to the release of Wii U3, and it is high time Taiko Team end the matters with the previously two installments, all of the changes to be carried out on November 19 2015.

The biggest news to drop is that the downloadable version of Wii U1 will be retreated from the Nintendo eShop. From the change onwards, if you want to catch any of the Wii U1 exclusive songs you will have to hunt down a packaged version, which will reasonably be getting rarer and rarer.

And as with the change happened to Wii U1 when Wii U2 came out, some of the Wii U2 DLC (and one from Wii U1) will either be converted to paid DLC or completely removed from further purchasing. The full translated list is given after the jump.

Wii U2: DLC Ending Download
  • Monster Hunter 4G Medley (with outfit/frame)
  • Shimedore 2000+
  • Sachisachi ni Shite Ageru (with outfit)
  • Du-Du-Wa DO IT!! (with outfit)
  • Pokemon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire Champion Medley
  • Love x Love Whistle

Wii U2: Converting to Paid DLC (150 yen/song)
  • Himawari no Yakusoki
  • SURPRISE-DRIVE
  • Cerulean
  • Shiny Kung-fu Revival
  • Theme of Doctor X
  • Kerakera Jyanken
  • Butterfly
  • LET'S GO OUT
  • Bambini
  • Zenryaku, Michi no Ue Yori
  • Saa Yuke! Ninninger!
  • Desert de Yakiniku (Sahara ver.)
  • Kibun Joujou
  • JoJo ~Sono Chi no Sadame~

Wii U1: DLC Ending Download
  • The Other self

2 comments:

  1. man, this sucks. I won't be getting a WiiU until december, and really wanted the Du Du Wa Do It DLC.

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