DS #0015: Daigasso! Band Brothers

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Jun 14, 2005
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    ROM NumberÂ

    0015




    Full NameÂ

    Daigasso! Band Brothers




    RegionÂ

    Japan




    LanguagesÂ

    Japanese




    Release GroupÂ

    GST




    ROM SizeÂ

    128Mbit




    Save TypeÂ

    EEPROM 2Mb




    GenreÂ

    Music Maker




    FilenameÂ

    gst-bbsj.zip




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    *FMA theme goes here*
     
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    Awesome, I've been lookings forward to this game so much [​IMG] Now I just need to wait patiently for the G6 and Passkey [​IMG] darn.
     
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    Finally my NeoFlash can get some hardcore action hehe [​IMG] Can't wait to get this!
     
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    I already have it, so i'm not that interested. But are there different boxarts ? Mine is more colorful.
     
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    Pass me the passme please.
    BTW, what's up with all the TBC crappo?
    Does anyone know what the cartsize is/should be?
    Kinda curious if it will fit on my 256 f2a >_
     
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    what is this game anyway if it's som kinda music thingy i don't see why you're all so hyped i mean there is too that planton game
     
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    It's probably the game i enjoyed the most on the DS so far. I've been playing for 2 months straight every day and i'm still not bored.

    Anyone know if the US version will have more occidental songs ? The only one in the jap version is ''Smoke On The Water''. Don't get me wrong, the japanese songs are great, but some stuff from over here would be cool [​IMG] . And i HOPE they won't screw it up like they did with Donkey Konga. I mean...''What I Like About You'' ? C'mon...
     
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    I cannot believe how little discussion there is on here for what is quite possibly one of the DS' most fun games! I absolutely love this to bits, do you think they'll ever release a US version though? It's a joke not knowing the song titles.

    /sobs
     
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    i don't even know how to play it. see a lot of things on the screen but i don't know what to do when i'm actually playing
     
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    I've only played a few levels, but blue with the arrow means hit the d-pad, and red with a cirlce means hit y, and just touch the screen when it says to [​IMG]
     
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    Ive just been playing it for a couple days and Im on Pro Mode 3 stars. Very easy if you've ever played any bemani games before. But yeah, even on Gfaqs board there is practically no discussion on this...whats with people huh? [​IMG]
     
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    I can only assume people are offput by the fact they've no idea what song they're chosing, heh.

    Is there an imminent US release?
     
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    Heres the Song Titles

    Game Tunes
    - Animal Crossing Plus - Title Theme
    - Catch! Touch! Yoshi! - Tokotoko Yoshi
    - Donkey Kong Jungle Beat - Theme
    - Famicom Tantei Club - Ayumi's Theme
    - Sawaru Made in Wario - Ashley's Theme
    - Shin Onigashima - Yama e no Michi
    - Star Fox 64 - Star Wolf Theme
    - Super Mario 64 DS - Slider
    - Yoshi's Island - Athletic

    J-Pop (Artist / Song)
    - Asian Kung-Fu Generation / Rewrite
    - Ai Ootsuka / Smily
    - Bump of Chicken / Tentai Kansoku
    - Day After Tomorrow / Starry Heavens
    - Flow / Days
    - Janne Da Arc / Gekkou Hana
    - Karyuudo / Azusa Ni-Gou
    - Ken Matsudaira / Matsuken Samba Part 2
    - Ketsume / Sakura
    - Kobukuro / Koko ni Shika Sakanai Hana
    - Maho Ryou Gakuen Chuutoubu 2-A / Happy Material
    - O-Zone / Dragostea Din Tei
    - Orange Range / Hana
    - Orange Range / Love Parade
    - Orange Range / Onegai! Senorita
    - Porno Graffitti / Neo Mello Dramatic
    - Sasuke / Aoi Bench
    - SMAP / Sekai ni Hitotsu Dake no Hana
    - Sukima Switch / Zenryoku Shounen
    - Undergraph / Tsubasa
    - Yorozu Z / Nihon Break Kougyousha Uta
    - Yuzu / Eikou no Kakyou
     
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    Nintendo says they have plans to release it as Jam With The Band in America, no date has been given though other than TBA.
     
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    This is the tracklist from the expansion cartridge. In the regular game there are different songs. As far as what they are, I think Gfaqs FAQS has the track list maybe...I'll check >=)

    Edit: taken from FAQS:::complete with instruments =D
    Seasons =

    Pan flute, pick bass, folk guitar 1, folk guitar 2, strings 1, strings 2,
    rock drum

    Point of no return =

    Synthetic Reed 1, synthetic Reed 2, pick bass, folk guitar,
    electric piano 1,electric piano 2, strings, synthetic drum

    The song with no name =
    {actually, I translated this as "nameless poetry" but I'm deferring
    to people with presumably more Kanji reading experiences from
    the messageboard}

    Harmonica, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2, folk guitar 1, folk guitar 2,
    Alto saxophone, rock drum

    {Fill in the name of the song when I get around to translating it} =

    Harmonica, pick bass, folk guitar 1, folk guitar 2, folk guitar 3,
    electric guitar,d guitar, rock drum

    {Fill in the name of the song when I get around to translating it} =

    Synthetic Reed 1, synthetic Reed 2, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2,
    rock guitar, rock drum

    {Fill in the name of the song when I get around to translating it} =

    Clarinet 1, clarinet 2,pick bass, folk guitar 1, folk guitar 2,d guitar,
    rock organ, rock drum

    Choo-choo train =

    Alto saxophone, harmonica, synthetic bass, brass, strings 1,
    strings 2, rock drum

    Cherry =

    Synthetic bass, vibraphone, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2, brass 1,
    brass 2,rock drum

    {Fill in the name of the song when I get around to translating it} =

    Synthetic Reed, pick bass, chorus, strings 1,strings 2,folk guitar 1,
    folk guitar 2, rock drum

    Yeah!{Fill in the rest of the name of the song when I get around to
    translating it} =

    Brass, synthetic bass, strings 1, strings 2,xylophone,d guitar 1
    ,d guitar 2,rock drum

    Foster Medley =

    Vibraphone, acoustic bass, strings 1,strings 2,electric guitar 1,
    electric guitar 2,electric guitar 3, rock drum

    Christmas Medley =

    synthetic bass 1, synthetic bass 2, acoustic bass, strings 1,
    strings 2,electric guitar 1, electric guitar 2,rock drum

    Russian Medley =

    Brass, pick bass, strings 1, strings 2,vibraphone 1, vibraphone 2,
    electric drum

    Entertainer =

    Synthetic bell, pick bass, brass, trumpet, trombone, rock drum

    Children's Medley =

    brass, acoustic brass, d guitar 1,d guitar 2, vibraphone, strings,
    rock drum

    {Fill in the name of the song when I get around to translating it} =

    Trumpet, acoustic bass, rock organ 1, rock organ 2, rock organ 3,
    rock drum

    World song Medley =

    Trumpet, acoustic bass, trombone 1, trombone 2, clarinet 1,clarinet 2,
    Bongo set, rock drum

    Smoke on the water =

    Alto saxophone, pick bass, rock guitar, synthetic Reed 1,
    synthetic Reed 2,electric drum

    Fragile =

    Pan flute, pick bass, synthetic bell, piano 1,piano 2,d guitar, strings,
    rock drum

    Touch =

    Alto saxophone, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2, rock organ 1,
    rock organ 2,rock drum

    Ready steady go! =

    Synthetic bell, chorus, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2, rock guitar,
    rock drum

    Melissa =

    Alto saxophone, pick bass,d guitar 1,d guitar 2, strings 1,strings 2,
    rock drum

    Way of difference =

    Synthetic Reed , pick bass,d guitar, folk guitar, strings,
    electric piano 1,electric piano 2

    kirari sailor dream! =

    Soprano saxophone, synthetic bass, brass 1,brass 2,vibraphone,
    piano 1,piano 2,synthetic drum

    Special combat corps Power Ranger =

    Synthetic bell 1, synthetic bell 2, pick bass, strings 1,strings 2,
    d guitar 1,d guitar 2, rock drum

    Slow classic Medley =

    Violin, strings 1, strings 2, strings 3,contra bass

    Four seasons {of late spring} =

    Strings 1, strings 2,strings 3,contra bass

    Athletic Medley =

    Pipe organ, pick bass, strings, brass 1, brass 2,rock drum

    Fire emblem =

    Strings 1, strings 2, tuba, trumpet, flute, timpani, orchestra set

    Legend of Zelda Medley =

    brass 1, brass 2,tuba, ocarina, strings 1, strings 2,orchestra set

    Kirby's star Medley =

    Ocarina, pick bass, strings, trumpet, electric piano, steel drum 1,
    steel drum 2,rock drum

    Mario Medley =

    steel drum 1, marimba, pick bass, folk guitar 1,folk guitar 2
    ,Bongo set

    famcon mini Medley =

    famcon 1,famcon 2,famcon 3,famcon 4,famcon 5,synthetic drum

    Pocket monster Medley {pokemon} =

    Strings, tuba, brass, horn, flute, timpani, orchestra set

    f-zero Medley =

    Trumpet, pick bass, trombone, electric piano 1, electric piano 2
    ,rock drum
     
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    Oh my bad, i just coppied that list from elsewhere, aint played it in such a long time...i thought i don't remeber half those songs being on it [​IMG]

    Ive got the original Daigasso Band Bros but never tried to load it with the expansion, i didn't think it'd work on a sc sd.
    Dunno if anyones tried it ?
     
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    There was discussion about things like this finally working on G6, but none for the SD/CF based carts.
     
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    It does work on SC (I've even been able to keep my save [​IMG] ) , and it should work on M3 too, according to all those "100%" compatible lists... [​IMG]

    But really, only considering the fact that it works on SC since a good while, it should be working on M3 too...

    - Vince989
     
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    I think he ment that it wont work to use the expansion carts as u already use the GBA slot .. ;P anyway this games i kewl.. need to find me a good translation guide tho .. ;P
     

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