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Taiko no Tatsujin Wii

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii ( Wii lit. Taiko Drum Master Wii) is a rhythm video game developed and published by Namco Bandai for the Wii console in 2008, and it was released only in Japan. Like other Taiko games, the player plays the notes of a chosen song's drum part as they are displayed on the screen. The taiko drums can be played using the TaTaCon, the Wii Remote and/or the Classic Controller. This was also known to be the first Taiko game to ever have lyrics that are seen in songs with vocals.

The Wii version includes extra game settings that uses the PlayStation 2 predecessor, including test configuration, note timing, controller button setups, sound settings, and data settings.

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Gameplay

Symbols moving horizontally along a timeline show the player what to hit and when. Blue symbols indicate that the drum should be hit on the rim. Red symbols indicate that the face of the drum should be hit. The drum can be hit on the left and/or right side. The symbols can be either large or small. Large symbols indicate that the drum should be struck on both sides simultaneously, and small symbols indicate that the drum should be hit on either side. A large blue symbol thus means that the left and right rim should be hit at the same time. A yellow note thus means that a drum roll must be hit on either part of the drum. The balloon note and yam note indicates that the drum can only be hit on the face rapidly until the hit count reaches 0.

The Wii version also introduces the giant note which indicates that the player must also hit on both sides of the face of the drum simultaneously, and will make the song more harder.

Subtitles under the symbols give the pronunciation of the sounds (for example, "do don do don") using a traditional system called kuchi shoga ( ).

While its appearance may seem cute, it is actually quite difficult: the player needs to accomplish at least 65% of the drum chart to pass, and the harder levels (hard and Oni mode) and modifiers (e.g. hidden mode) will require much skill and chart recognization.

Successful play builds up a life meter, and if the meter is past a certain point by the end of the song, the song is passed.

Other modes

  • Taiko no Tatsujin Wii introduces a new training dojo mode that unlocks more challenges as players progress throughout this mode.
  • Oni is unlocked after clearing 30 songs on Hard (Musukashii).

Songs

Songs with a (U) next to them indicate that the songs will need to be unlocked (As seen below).

Category Song Artist TV Show/Game/Album
J-POP
Shuchishin We Love Hexagon
Greeeen ROOKIES
Aqua Timez Niji
Aaoyama feat. SoulJa
Jero
Ai Otsuka Love Punch
Godiego The Galaxy Express 999
Whiteberry Hatsu
Perfume Game
Kobukuro 5296
TRAIN-TRAIN The Blue Hearts Train-Train
Anime
Break the Chain Tourbillion Kamen Rider Kiva
Together Fumie Akiyoshi Pok mon Diamond & Pearl
Yes! PreCure 5
Jungle P 5050 One Piece
Takashi Miki Anpanman / Taiko no Tatsujin
Ikimono Gakari Naruto Shippuden
Milky Way Kirarin Revolution
B.B. Queen Chibi Maruko-chan
Lucky Star
Various Artists Yatterman
Mao Doraemon
Children's/Folk song
Variety
Mickey Mouse Club
Classic
Supp
(U) American Patriotic Song
Brahms
Beethoven
(U)
(U)
Rossini
(U) Mamechiyo Nakamura Kare Kano
Game music
Koji Kondo Super Mario Bros.
Do-Dai The Idolmaster The Idolmaster: Live For You!
The Idolmaster The Idolm@ster
Kamikaze Remix SAMPLING MASTERS AYA Ridge Racers 2
Star Soldier
(U) Namco Sky Kid / Tower of Druaga / Valkyrie no Densetsu
Soulcalibur IV
Namco Original
(U) Narahashi Miki Main theme of this game
(U) Kakumi Nishigomi Taiko no Tatsujin 12
Rotter Tarmination (U) SAMPLING MASTERS MEGA Taiko no Tatsujin 12
Menkui Miracle ( ) (U)
Yoko Takamitsu Taiko no Tatsujin 10
Ego Ego Atakushi ( ) Eriko Nakamura Taiko no Tatsujin 11
(U)
Hole in the wall (U) Kani Prince Muscle March
(U) Linda AI-CUE / Fushigi Yamanda Taiko no Tatsujin 6
(U) Linda AI-CUE / Takahashi Taiko no Tatsujin 7
(U) Linda AI-CUE Taiko no Tatsujin 7
Linda AI-CUE / Yuri Misumi Taiko no Tatsujin 7
Linda AI-CUE Taiko no Tatsujin 8
Linda AI-CUE Taiko no Tatsujin 8
Soroban2000 ( 2000) Linda AI-CUE Taiko no Tatsujin 9
Tenjiku 2000 ( 2000) Linda AI-CUE / Gengishine Taiko no Tatsujin 10
EkiBEN2000 (U) Linda AI-CUE / MC Linn Taiko no Tatsujin 11
X-DAY 2000 (U) Linda AI-CUE Taiko no Tatsujin 12
The Carnivorous Carnival (U) Akitaka Tohyama Taiko no Tatsujin 10
(U) Akitaka Tohyama Taiko no Tatsujin 11
Cai Fong Le Fang Taiko no Tatsujin 11
Stage 0 ac.11 (U) Masabuchi Yuuji Taiko no Tatsujin 12
(U) Taiko no Tatsujin 9
Ra Morena Kumonai ( ) Taiko no Tatsujin 7
(U) Linda AI-CUE / Yano Yoshihito Mekadon's Theme Song
(U) Yasugawa Shogo Donko's Theme Song
(U) Chiaki Takahashi Dokon-dan's theme song / Taiko no Tatsujin 11

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