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Sunday, April 24, 2016

Sonority Scouts - Synchronica's Latest Taiko Cross-Overs

It's the rise of another side feature! While with Sympho-Neighbours blog entries we are more inclined to give out more of a general "historical back-log" sort-of function, the Sonority Scouts series is here to supply a move timely coverage of what's happening in rhythm gaming right now! Just like the SN features, however, we'll only star events that have the Taiko no Tatsujin franchise involved in some kind of way, either being directly-involved in the event or participating in some other way.

For our first pure contemporary-related look at external rhythm games, we don't have to wander that far off: hi-quality videos on Youtube are finally out for the latest couple of Taiko no Tatsujin songs in Synchronica! Above is the Advanced mode of MOES's Dokidoki Mune Kyun Omatsuri Time, one of the original recurrent artists from CreoFuga music contests. The bouncy song is paired up with a custom video starring the Omen Gousou dolls and other elements more akin to Japanese traditional festivals!

If you want to know what the Technical chart for the song looks like, click here for a LQ video recording.

The other new Taiko transplant is unmo's Sotsu Omeshiki, with the video above showcasing its Technical mode. While being the easiest challenge of the two, the chart doesn't shy away from tricky tap portions, including note formations that may or may not be familiar to Oni players of the song on Taiko...

1 comment:

  1. Its just clever that the notes of Synchronica match perfectly with the notecharts of each song
    Great another japanese rhythm game I can't play :D