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Compared to the 30 something songs in Taiko Drum Master, the only Taiko no Tatsujin game Namco Bandai released in North America, 70 is a substantial increase. Other Taiko no Tatsujin games hovered in the fifties so this isn’t as major for Japan. The Super Mario Brothers theme which was playable in Taiko no Tatsujin DS and the Doraemon theme from Taiko no Tatsujin: 7-tsu no Shima no Daibouken are part of this mix. Both of them will be playable with a plastic drum for the first time in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii. What other songs are you going to see? A theme song from Kamen Rider, Jungle P from One Piece, and this mix of rock and violins.

 

Here are the songs confirmed by Namco Bandai so far.

 

J-POP
Kiseki from the Drama “Rookies”
Niji Gokusen theme
Shuchishin by Shuchishin
Kaisetsu
Sakuranbo by Otsuka Ai
Natsu Matsuri by Winds
Tsubomi by Maria

 

Anime
Break the Chain from Kamen Rider Kiva
Together from Pokemon Diamond and Pearl
Precure 5 Full Throttle Go Go!
Jungle P from One Piece
Anapanman’s March
Bluebird from Naruto Shippuden
Anata boshi from Kirarin Revolution
Doremon’s theme

 

Classical
Symphony Number 9
William Tell’s Prelude

 

Video Game Music
Super Mario Brothers Theme
Do-Dai from the [email protected]
Star Soldier Melody

 

Namco Originals
Angel Dream
Ego Ego Atakushi

 

Images courtesy of Namco Bandai.

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