Leave It To Taiko No Tatsujin To Bring Monster Hunter And God Eater Together

By Spencer . October 21, 2010 . 1:29am

imageBitter rivals Monster Hunter and God Eater make their first appearance together in a Taiko no Tatsujin game.


Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Everyone’s Party Sandaime lets players drum their heart out to a Monster Hunter melody and "No Way Back" the theme song from God Eater. Other video game songs include [email protected] tracks "Overmaster" and "L.O.B.M."


Have four Wii Taiko drum controllers for some reason? Then you can utilize Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Everyone’s Party Sandaime’s new four player mode. Namco Bandai threw in a few party games too where players:


imagehit notes to whack crocodiles


imagemake music in a haunted house where a candle lights up notes (it burns out when you miss them),


image and work together to claim treasure from the bottom of the ocean.

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Everyone’s Party Sandaime also has daily challenges and a selection of anime themes from Naruto, One Piece, and Pok√©mon. The third Wii Taiko no Tatsujin game is slated for a December 2 release in Japan.

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  • SCREW IT. I don’t care if I can’t read Japanese. I am importing this.

    • xNekux

      You don’t even need Japanese knowledge to play this game.

  • I’ll rise up,
    Won’t stand down
    To anyone’s commands, live or die.
    I won’t break
    I’m always ready for another round yeah
    I’m alive!

  • Great, now I have to figure out if I “need” to get 2 more tatacons for Wii… 4-player is exciting, though! (as long as they let everyone do hard & oni mode together and not make it super easy like Donkey Konga 4-player was).

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