Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don! announced for PS4

Due out in Japan in 2017.


The latest issue of Weekly Famitsu reveals Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don! for PlayStation 4. It will launch in Japan in 2017.

For the first time in the series, you can have a jam session against your friends’ musical performance data. This allows users to play against friends through PlayStation Network even if they’re not actually available. The usual two-player mode will also be included.

There are also sessions with popular characters called guest session performances. Before and during Doreamon’s musical performance, for example, he will talk and perform various actions.

Bandai Namco will release an exclusive controller for Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don!, which you can only use through USB connection. There will be a controller and game bundle, as well as standalone controller release.

Here are some of the confirmed songs:

  • “Zenzenzense”
  • “Road Movie” (Crayon Shin-chan the Movie theme song)
  • “Ashita mo” (NTTT Docomo commercial song)
  • “RPG”
  • “Ninjari Banban”
  • “Memeshii”
  • “Kiseki”
  • “Sakuranbo”
  • “Rinda Rinda”
  • “Natsu Matsuri”
  • “Tentai Kansoku”
  • “Kurenai”
  • “Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon”
  • “Tonari no Totoro”
  • “Let It Go”
  • “Zenryoku Batankyu”
  • “Zankoku-na Tenshi no Teeze”
  • “Youkoso Japari Park he”
  • “Ghost Rule”
  • “Roku-chou Nen to Ichiya Monogatari”
  • “Pen-Pineapple Apple-Pen”
  • “Night of Knights”
  • “Carmen Kumikyoku Ichiban Shuukyoku”
  • “Tengoku to Jigoku Jokyoku”
  • Tales of Berseria Medley”
  • “Kageikyio” (Genpei Touma Den medley)
  • “Unagare! Hirogare! Uchiagare!”

Development is currently 80 percent complete.

Thanks, Hachima Kikou.

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