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Thursday, March 26, 2020

First Video: Zoku Shimedore 2000 and Taiko Session (Ura)

Both arcade and PS4 players can now test their own skills on the second medley of the Taiko no Tatsujin series' infamous '2000' songs, picking up from Joubutsu 2000 to PS4's Waraeru 2000 while also splicing in the two more recent April Fools' tracks for the series!

Only on PS4, however, is located a returning Namco Original from the PS2-era games, now geared up with a low-notecount 9* Ura Oni that enrolls a bit of every tempo signature for its clusters to better suit the jazz piece. Also noted in the grid before is the newly-added Kantan mode, as Taiko Session's first (and only) venue up until today -the 2nd PS2 game- lacked it.

Zoku Shimedore 2000 (続・〆ドレー2000)★5★7★8★10

Taiko Session
  ~Live Version~


We also report other star rating changes for the returning songs that are included in the latest Donder Pack:
  • Taiko no Tatsujin Ai no Theme - Kantan 3->4; Muzukashii 6->8 Oni 8-> 7;
  • Taiko Session - Futsuu 5->4 (new unique chart); Oni 8->7.

1 comment:

  1. Lil' mistake for Taiko Session' Ura, it's only 408 notes long :p