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Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: 7-tsu no Shima no Daibouken


Bandai Entertainment
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features

  • The tone changes with the instrument: When the tone changes, the patterns on the taiko logo changes as well!! There are fifteen types of instruments. Be sure to perform with all of them!
  • By using the DL wireless, two players can aide each other and a maximum of four players can join! Records of the duels are kept.
  • Clothes can be changed: This feature has been well received in the last installment, this time the players can transform into national heroes! Aside from all these features, you can receive mail from guest characters!
  • A total of 50 songs are renewed, this include some popular Japanese anime and movie theme songs.

description

This time, the keywords associated with taikos include “big adventures”, “the appearance of rivals” and “Away from Dojo mode”. While leading adventures amongst the seven islands, get in touch with all the taiko characters. Converse and duel with others, proceed through the adventures and progress with the plot! New fun is ahead!!

First time in this series: Opponents, Com, make an appearance. Their nastiness troubled the taikos and what are their up to? Duel with them through a concert and find out!

further info

Original Name  めっちゃ!太鼓の達人DS 7つの島の大冒険
Official Release Date Apr 24, 2008
Genre Music & Party
Version  Japan
  CERO A (Free)
PAX-Code PAX0002062372
Catalog No.  NTR-P-YWVJ
Item Code  4582224496785

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:10

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fuyuka (53) on 15, Aug. 2011 19:38 (HKT)
Fun game
I killed my DS buttons because I played this game so much!! Fun music, fun characters and multiple levels of difficulty so you can replay it.
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Yukikochan (10) on 07, Sep. 2010 01:47 (HKT)
Fun by drumming famous jap. songs
I know this game from the real arcade version from Japan, I loved to play it there.
The DS version is really nice, cute, demanding as it has to!
7-tsu no Shima no Daibouken brings a lot of lovely, modern, famous japanese songs, so that amusement is garanteed!
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onigame (3) on 23, Jul. 2010 03:46 (HKT)

Not as fun as the arcade version but unless you live in Asia you're unlikely to get to play the arcade version anyway. If you like rhythm games this is definitely worth adding to your repertoire.
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absolutvodkacitron (12) on 14, May. 2010 10:41 (HKT)
A Very Great Game
One of the best games out there for Nintendo DS. Great drum-hitting gameplay with a big variety of songs,missions, accesory's and other. Comes with two cute styluses one red and one blue represending Don and Katsu and you even get some stickers to put on your styluses.

This games will last for many months to come!

(This game is very easy to understand even if you dont know Japanese!)
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Espiox (7) on 01, Mar. 2010 21:58 (HKT)
A Concentrated Dose of Japan
This game is exactly the kind of cute, crazy, colorful fun you think of when it comes to Japanese arcades. Once I tried one of the arcade machines at a convention, I immediately ordered the DS game so I could play it at home, and it well worth getting.
There's a wealth of content, with some 50 tracks, a variety of costume pieces and alternate taiko drums, plus a new adventure mode. You get two drumstick stylii to play the game with, plus some stickers. Gameplay-wise, if you've ever played Donkey Konga, this is a very similar concept. Red means hit the drum, blue means hit the edge, and there are other special notes like drumrolls.
Don't worry about the language barrier, you shouldn't have any real problems with this game, and there are guides available online if you do. I'd highly recommend this game to anyone who likes rhythm games and/or FUN.
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