Taiko Drum Master: V Version adds Digimon and Tales of Zestiria songs

Koro-sensei, IA, and Normin join as guest characters.

Taiko Drum Master: V Version

Bandai Namco has confirmed five new songs featured in Taiko Drum Master: V Version for PS Vita, due out on July 9 in Japan, as well as three new guest character cut-ins.

Get the information below.

■ New Songs

The following five new songs have been confirmed:


  • “Butter-Fly” (Digimon Adventure)


  • “Seisou Bakuretsu Boy” (Rerulili/Moja feat. Len Kagamine)


  • Tales of Zestiria Medley (Motoi Sakuraba)


  • “Yawaraka Sensha” (Rarecho)

Namco Original

  • “Jikuu Chou Sousa 2-Ka” (feat. Harineko and BNSI (Kawagen Kollagen))

■ Donda Quest Guest Character News

In addition to previously confirmed guest character cut-ins (The Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls‘ New Generations, God Eater 2: Rage Burst‘s Blood members, and The Idolmaster‘s 13 765 Production All Stars), Assassination Classroom‘s Koro-sensei, the Vocaloid IA, and Tales of Zestiria‘s Normin will also appear in Donda Quest Mode.

If you missed yesterday’s update detailing the other confirmed songs and Donda Quest Mode, catch it here. View some new footage here.

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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