A value that is onerous to beat.
Fancy taking part in one thing completely different on your Nintendo Switch? The collector’s edition of Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun on the Nintendo Switch is now £80 from Argos.
The collector’s edition of the sport consists of the trademark taiko drum together with two beaters. This is not a nasty value for the sport contemplating most retailers, together with Amazon, are promoting it for over £100. And in case you maintain onto this, it ought to solely go up in value as the drums grow to be more durable to search out.
As somebody who’s been taking part in the drums for the better part of fifteen years, I really feel like I’m certified sufficient to inform you it is a first rate rhythm sport. The Taiko No Tatsujin sequence is extremely widespread in Japan so it is nice to see it arrive in the West on consoles.
That stated, you won’t recognise rather a lot of the music in the sport. While the full tracklist boasts over 70 songs, most of these songs are by Japanese artists or taken from anime and video video games. Whether or not you may get bored of drumming alongside to Dragon Ball Z and Ridge Racer Music over and over is a query solely you possibly can reply.
As properly as taking part in by way of the foremost songs in the sport on your personal, you possibly can play the sport in co-op mode the place the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con movement management comes into drive. And in case you do get drained of the music, there’s additionally a celebration mode consisting of 20 rhythm-based challenges.
Once you have bought the taiko drum you possibly can play by way of the different video games in the Taiko sequence too. Taiko No Tatsujin Rhythmic Adventure 2 is mainly a rhythm-based RPG and you’ll pick it up from TheGameCollection for £15.
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