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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by shaunj66, Jul 24, 2007.
This is like the game on PSP yeah? Looks like fun.
Yes! Taiko on DS! I had this on my PSP, until it bricked
But yeah, Kibun Jojo (Werewolf scenario in Ouendan2) is in it! And Super Mario Bros theme. Plus it has 2 control methods: Stylus, and Button configs (which is much like the PSP/PS2 controller).
-- works on M3SD (slot2) with E34 using GM34D with settings of 4xDMA, Force R/W and No Trim.
*Don't use Software Reset if you intend to use buttons, or it will simultaneously reset it.
This game reminds me of Donkey Kong Jungle Beat for Gamecube.
Bloody brilliant game, I especially love the video game themes and classical one. A very fun game, just gonna order this now as I like it so damn much!
My right arm is knackered now though from the drum. I also find that the shoulder buttons were better for the faster songs.
Nice, I'm going to try this. Hope it's not too text dependent.
Not really, just bang the drum in time to the beat. Would be nice to know what the messages are after you complete a song.
Playing this with two styluses (styli, whatever...) is really messed up!
Love to see a Wii version sometime soon, I've seen the PS2 game around but never with a drum.
There are a LOT of songs on this game for a size of 32MB.
Bah, didn't work for me on g6 4.8d =\
Tickled pink over this game.
well, this game's gonna destroy my touch screen
^ Not really. The game lets you use the face buttons for the drums, and the shoulder buttons for the edge hits. I use the touch screen in conjuction with the shoulder button.
Well, the sound quality is worse than Ouendan. :/
However does anyone know how to remove a save file from the menu after the title screen? I created two for mistake.
I've been waiting for this game for such a long time. Finally !!! Gonna have to invest in some more screen protectors though...
touch the tab at the bottom right from the main menu (game settings)
then choose the bottom tab on the next screen, then the top tab on the screen after that.
then finally touch the top tab again to confirm erase data.
Ooo this game looks impressive so far. I definitely love the large playlist.
Also Doremon theme FTW!
Well, Bongos were designed by Namco, as well as taiko's original drums...