This guy is good at Taiko no Tatsujin. And as My Game News Flash points out, he’s playing on the hardest difficulty.
They don’t call sumo wrestler Tanikawayama “Drum Killa” for nothing.
If you really, really like Japanese drumming game Taiko no Tatsujin and are planning on getting the upcoming Wii/Wii U game Taiko no Tatsujin: Tokumori!, then perhaps this drummer controller might be of interest?
This October, McDonald's Japan has been running a special sale: all French fry sizes are ¥150 per order. So ordering large sized fries, which are usually much more expensive, is now a bargain.
The Yakuza series of games have always been serious, testosterone-filled stories about hard men kicking each other's asses, broken up sporadically by mini-games, activities, and general fooling around. The latest game, Yakuza 5, is no different. As previously reported, Namco Bandai's Taiko no Tatsujin appears as a…
It's not uncommon for video game companies to reference their own games in...their own games. But Yakuza 5, never one to turn down a tie-in, has something else: Yakuza 5 features another company's game.
Arcade superplay footage of Taiko no Tatsujin is dime a dozen—amazing players beating out perfect drum routines, even incorporating their own dance moves and flourishes. But Taiko no Tatsujin isn't only an arcade game.
Namco's drumming game Taiko no Tatsujin is an arcade classic. It's also a lunch time treat. De-licious.
That's a lot of drumming — and all on Japanese DSes. Namco Bandai has announced that the Taiko no Tatsujin DS series has hit the million mark.