Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack (English) Similar Items
- Enjoy a relaxing adventure through the world where you control Don freely in Story Mode! - Take care of foes you encounter in Taiko Battles! Drum on the Taiko well to attack! Mess it up and you'll be attacked! Compose a team of your favorite characters to take on even stronger enemies!
- In "Rhythmic Adventure 1" you'll serendipitously meet Tocky who has the important job of protecting all of history - He tells you his friend Ticky has been abducted by someone named Professor Timedyne. This wily professor is trying to use Ticky to dismantle history! Travel to all sorts of ages throughout history and do away with the bad guys!
- In "Rhythmic Adventure 2" the treasures that protect the very being of the world, the Ooparts, have been stolen by the shady organization The Hexagria Magical Society! - In order to retrieve them, Don and Katsu embark on a grand adventure! Will Don and his friends be able to retrieve the Ooparts successfully and save the world?!
- And of course, you can play the Taiko Game Mode! - The library consists of over 130 songs, including 6 newly added titles such as “Pretender” by Official Hige Dandism and “Gurenge” from Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba!
Taiko no Tatsujin RPG?! Join Don-chan in two exciting RPG adventures!
From the past to the future, Don-chan sets out on a great adventure that will transcend time and space and save the world from mysterious occurrences around the world in Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack.
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|Official Release Date||Nov 26, 2020|
|Genre||Music & Party|
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|Average rating:||(5 out of 5)|
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Collecting friends along the way as you travel through time is fun and relaxing, and while the difficulty does tend to randomly ramp up at times, you can always go to the menu and adjust the difficulty levels as needed. The game automatically swaps to English so you have no worries if you can’t read Japanese, which is an added bonus.
Overall, a great and somewhat mindless yet relaxing game. My only complaint would be that in story mode you can’t seem to use the motion controls for the songs, and must use buttons instead. However, I’m assuming that if you own a Taiko drum, that it should work just fine, though I haven’t checked this.
If you like Taiko and want a bit more than just the standard song modes, this is the game for you!
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