Taiko No Tatsujin V Version (Chinese Sub)

Taiko No Tatsujin V Version (Chinese Sub)


Bandai Namco Games
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Bandai Namco Games
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Original Name  太鼓之達人 V version (繁體中文版)
Official Release Date Jul 09, 2015
Language Voice: Japanese
Subtitles Traditional Chinese, Japanese
Genre Music & Party
Version  Asia
PAX-Code PAX0006919170
Catalog No.  VALS-36081
Item Code  4710841419744
Players  1-4

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Average rating:  (5 out of 5)
Total votes:3

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justice_levi (35) on 06, May. 2016 00:58 (HKT)
Fun and enjoyable music rhythm game, easily played knowing zero of the language.
I bought the Chinese sub version as it was on sale. Didn't matter the version, I only speak English, so it was all about the cheaper price.

I'd played the demo on my Japanese account and liked it. And being a pretty big fan of music rhythm games of late, this was an easy one to decide to import.

The Donder Quest is an RPG mini-game/side element of the game, and you won't know anything that's going on. Thankfully the stats show blue for getting worse and red for getting better so you can at least get SOME gear setup with that and with trial and error. And there's help to be found online if you have a language barrier, such as is the case with me.

But even going in totally blind it'd still be very enjoyable. There's a LOT of songs on the cart, so I don't mind playing on my US account at all and not being able to get DLC song packs, though that would be cool.

Gameplay is simple to get down, and easy enough to do well enough on Easy, but if you want to ramp it up the game easily has you covered, I would say. There's some impressively simple things it does to keep ramping up the difficulty for how simple the overall concept and gameplay is.

Song variety is pretty good too, though I wish there was some more traditional taiko drum music without vocals. But even still, more variety than I expected.

If you like music rhythm games and even if you can't understand a lick of the language, this is an easy game to recommend. It is VERY 'import friendly' for sure.
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lhleo2002 (19) on 02, Sep. 2015 11:00 (HKT)
A must buy for music gamers
Finally Taiko series back on PS, and I'm very happy to see the new RPG models add to this game; however it is bit challenging for new gamers to Taiko; Im really wish they could release another update to make this model easier and more friendly to new rookies;
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tinlunlau (4) on 06, Aug. 2015 11:46 (HKT)
Great game but could be better
Barely touched the rpg mode so can't comment on that. Track list is alright with more to come via dlc. Controls can be a little better. No option to use touchscreen. Could used both front and back touchscreen. Using buttons can be hindrance to dealing with the harder difficulty. But otherwise a long overdue addition to the taiko no tatsujin games
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