Taiko Drum Master: V Version details Donda Quest Missions

Plus, five more songs, Critical Velocity guests, and a trailer.

Taiko Drum Master: V Version

Bandai Namco has announced five new songs, a new guest characters, and detailed the “Missions” available in the main story mode of its upcoming PS Vita rhythm game Taiko Drum Master: V Version.

Get the details below.

■ New Songs

Game

  • “Angel Halo” (Ridge Racer 3D)

Namco Originals

  • “G Ishikikajou” (Chiharu Kaneko)
  • “~Karyu~” (Azu)
  • “~Toryu~” (Azu)
  • “Purple Rose Fusion” (Kan’nami and Zeami)

■ Donda Quest Missions

In Donda Quest Mode, in addition to story “Quests,” there will also be “Missions” where you can play out difficult musical battles with both Don-chan and Maple. There are also “Kizuna Missions,” which up to four players can tackle via ad-hock, assigning attack roles, healing roles, and such. Since the cards you obtain are often more powerful than those you obtain during quests, players are encouraged to take on missions.

■ Donda Quest Guest Character News

Joining Donda Quest Mode are the following guest characters:

  • Saul and Gordon (Critical Velocity)

Previously confirmed guest characters include:

  • New Generations (The Idolmaster: Cinderella Girls)
  • Blood Members (God Eater 2: Rage Burst)
  • 765 Production All Stars (The Idolmaster)
  • Koro-sensei (Assassination Classroom)
  • IA (Vocaloid)
  • Normin (Tales of Zestiria)
  • Adol Christin (Ys I & II Chronicles)
  • Rean Schwarzer (The Legend of Heroes: Sen no Kiseki)
  • Kazuya Mishima (Tekken)
  • Emilie De Rochefort (Tekken)
  • Sachiko Kobayashi (Japanese singer)
  • Propa-kun (Freedom Wars)
  • Contribution Girls (Freedom Wars)
  • GUMI (Vocaloid)
  • ASF-X Shinden II (Ace Combat)
  • Kazuchika Okada (New Japan Pro Wrestling)
  • Kuma Tomo (Kuma Tomo)

Taiko Drum Master: V Version is due out for PS Vita on July 9 in Japan.

Watch a new trailer below. View the screenshots at the gallery.

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