Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party * 3-Yome!
Compatible with Nintendo™ Wii (Wii™)
For JPN/Asian systems only.
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The Taikos are here to spend the winter with you. They heat the season up with a festive air. Come grab your drumsticks and pound to the beat. For the first time in the series history, a total of four gamers can play together, letting you perform more intricate patterns of beats.This time, the package comes with more than 70 songs, some of them are from famous J-pop artists such as EXILE and Kimura Kaela. People who enjoy anime music can play to the Studio Ghibli and Naruto theme songs. Even Monster Hunter and Hatsune Miku contribute their music to this game, so be sure to listen to the taiko versions.Although you can play with your Wii Remote control and Nunchakus, its more fun, and realistic to play with the TataCon. For people who don't already own the accessory, be sure to grab the Bundle version.
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nmsgwewse (132) on 07, Mar. 2012 12:04 (HKT)
Nice taiko game, extra more music to smash and hit on
rayquaza200 (17) on 03, Mar. 2011 06:26 (HKT)
i love it
oki just gonna say it i got this and loved it from mini games to arcade mode i just reach the full % on the game and yet it got more new songs poping in to be play my friends and family also enjoy the game 4player mode
this is a must to get :D
this is a must to get :D
anongos (3) on 04, Jan. 2011 07:25 (HKT)
Lots of things to look forward to
I'm just going to list what this game has to offer. First of all, and probably the most important, is the new songs in it. It has new Ura Oni songs that have not even been seen in any arcade yet, as opposed to Wii2 where they just put in Ura Oni songs from past arcade titles. There is also a new 2000 song that has not been seen anywhere. The story mode has been removed in favor of "Dream Taiko Land", which is 7 party style minigames. The inclusion of 4 player mode is also something completely new. Whether your a veteran of the series or someone completely new(in which case you probably won't understand much of what I just said), there is a lot for you in this game. I would say it is definitely worth it.
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