Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival will be released on Nintendo Switch in Europe on October 14, 2022, physical standard and collector’s editions with Taiko Drum Set revealed – Nintendo-Difference

Announced during Nintendo Direct of this February 9, Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival will be available precisely on October 14 next in physical and download on nintendo Switch in Europe. It will be released a few days before in the rest of the world, on September 22 in Japan and then on September 23 in the United States. Bandai Namco also revealed some additional information. There will be in Europe physical standard and collector’s editions. The collector’s edition is a Taiko Drum Set which will include the boxed game as well as the Taiko Drum Set for the Switch which contains the drum and the two drumsticks. He is identical to the one that was marketed on the occasion of the release of Drum ‘n’ Fun!. If you already have it, then you will only need the standard edition. Pre-orders for Rhythm Festival’s Taiko Drum Set edition have already started at the price of €119.99 on the official French store of Bandai Namco. It is also possible to pre-order the Taiko Drum Set separately. for €79.99. Finally, Bandai Namco also announced a Deluxe edition for download with the base game and a 90-day access to the Taiko Music Pass. Furthermore, we learn thatif you have save data from Drum ‘n’ Fun!, you will receive 3 bonus songs and personalization items. As a reminder, there will be translations into several languages ​​including the French. Here are the latest videos:













In this new game, we will embody DON-chan who will have to follow his new guide, Kumo-kyuwithinOmiko Citythe sacred city of taikos, in order to become Master from Taiko. The story, however, should take up less space than in games of Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack. Rhythm Festival will contain basic 76 tracks whose MEGALOVANIA of Toby Fox (Undertale), Feel Special of TWICE, gurenge of LiSA and Kayoko Kusano (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba), KAIKAIKITAN of Eve (jujutsu kaisen), Racing into the Night of YOASOBI, Marigold of AIMYON, Moonlight of Yorushikaan orchestral version of the main theme of The Legend of Zelda and many other music.

Rhythm Festival will include a training mode allowing you to replay the passages of the songs as many times as you wish, but also new multiplayer modes such as the Great Drum War and the DON-chan’s group playable up to four players simultaneously. The Great Drum War mode will be like a versus mode where everyone will have to compete to determine who is the Taiko Master, while the DON-chan Group mode will be cooperative and allow you to participate in a live concert. at four.

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It will be possible to unlock new outfits for DON-chan using DON coins obtained by playing the different modes, and Bandai Namco will also offer new songs regularly through a paid subscription service called Taiko Music Pass. From launch, more than 500 additional songs will be accessible through this service. The price is not yet announced, but we are promised that the list will be updated every month. Finally, you should know that Rhythm Festival will be playable with the touch screen in portable mode and that the taiko drum (Taiko Drum Set or Tatakon) which had been marketed on the occasion of the release of Drum ‘n’ Fun! will of course be compatible, as for the games of Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Adventure Pack. The Japanese official website is accessible at this address.

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Feel Special
DDU-DU DDU-DU
I LOVE… (Official HIGE DANdism)
Yoru ni Kakeru
Dakara Boku wa Ongaku o Yameta
Marigold
Ao to Natsu
Zenzenzense (Your Name.)
Kurenai

Anime

Gurenge (Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba)
Kaikai Kitan (Jujutsu Kaisen)
Into the Unknown (Frozen 2)
Guren no Yumiya (Attack on Titan)
Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon (Doraemon)
Mezase Pokémon Master -20th Anniversary- (Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!)
A Cruel Angel’s Thesis (Neon Genesis Evangelion)
Butter Fly (Digimon Adventure)
Moonlight Densetsu (Sailor Moon)
Maka Fushigi Adventure! (Dragon Ball)
Tonari no Totori (My Neighbor Totoro)

Vocaloid

Roki (Mikito-P feat. Kagamine Rin)
KING (Kanaria)
Villain (flower, Teniwoha)
Dareka no Shinzou ni Nareta Nara (YurryCanon)
Charles (balloon feat. flower)
Tell me beat! (Kinoshita feat. Kagamine Rin)
Colorful Voice (cosMo@Housou-P)

Variety

He’s A Pirate
Pixel Galaxy (Snail’s House)
FREEDOM DiVE ↓ (xi)
Mopemope (LeaF)
Night of Nights (Touhou Project Arrange Beat Mario)
SAISHU-KICHIKU IMOTO Flandre-S (Touhou Project Arrange Beat Mario)

Classics

William Tell Overture (Rossini)
Symphony No. 5 (Beethoven)
Three Military Marches (Schubert)
Etude Op.10 No. 4
Funiculi, funicula
The campanella (Liszt)

video game music

Super Mario Bros.
The Legend of Zelda Main Theme
Kirby: Star Allies Medley
Life Will Change (Persona 5)
MEGALOVANIA (UNDERTALE)
JOIN THE PAC –Taiko no Tatsujin Ver.-
Katamari on the Rocks ~Main Theme (Katamari Damacy)
The Windmill Song (Klonoa: Door to Phantomile)
ESCAPE FROM CRISIS (Critical Velocity)

Namco Originals

Mainichi ga Don-derful
Bouken Hiyori (Taiko no Tatsujin Doka!! to Oomori Nanadaime theme song)
Kappa no Sara wa Konna ni Mo (Mei Oosawa (BNSI) feat. Takashi Ikezawa)
Yume Utsutsu Catharsis (Kanaya Ooki feat. Kaori Aihara)
Fuuma Module 6768 (Hisui)
1/2 ~inside me (Mizuki Shinohara feat. Kaori Aihara)
Solitude Star (Harusaki x beet)
Konya wa Homy
Niji Iro Baton (Ponchi feat. Haachi x DOnders)
Peta PETA!? Pumpkin (yuclaire)
PONPOKO RHYTHM (Mamyukka)
Hakanaki wa Gensho ni Mau (Se-U-Ra)
Zero no Shinfuonii (kyo (BNSI) feat. Sariyajin)
Fly again! (Yoshihito Yano (BNSI) feat. Takayoshi Tanimoto)
Genkai Creator Ouenka (Yukiko Miyagi (BNSI) feat. Suzune and Kiyohito Kawase)
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Ai Nan Daze (Taku Inoue (BNSI))
via lactea (feat. Setsunan)
Dragoon (Massive New Krew)
Useful Coaster (U-ske feat. Natsu Kazura)
GO GET’EM! (Satoshi Terashima)
Kokushin Chronicle
Pure Puppet
Hayabusa
Tokyo Tokkyo Kyo Kyoka Kyoku Kyokuchou!!
Gekiun! Shichifuku Happy Crew (Yuuya Kobayashi (IOSYS) feat. Momiji Yamamoto (Monotone))
Daisuki na Taiko no Ne (Taiko no Tatsujin 20th Anniversary Song / Soshina feat. Don-chan)