(Because the version used in ''Taiko no Tatsujin'' games is the Japanese version, I moved all the things related to the English version of the song to the trivia section instead.)
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== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
 
* The Engilsh version of the song, performed by Nathan "NateWantsToBattle" Sharp, was used in the US airing of ''Dragon Ball Super'' on Toonami.
 
* The Engilsh version of the song, performed by Nathan "NateWantsToBattle" Sharp, was used in the US airing of ''Dragon Ball Super'' on Toonami.
** It should be noted that however, said version wasn't included in ''Taiko no Tatsujin'' series entries in the US and EU regions; only the Japanese version was used.
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** It should be noted that however, said version wasn't included in ''Taiko no Tatsujin'' series; only the Japanese version was used.
   
 
== External link ==
 
== External link ==

Revision as of 12:30, 26 August 2019

"Genkai Toppa x Survivor" (Japanese: 限界突破×サバイバー, Genkai Toppa x Sabaibā) is a song performed by Kiyoshi Hikawa.

About the song

The TV-size version of the song are available as the timed-limited digital single on February 15, 2017. The physical single of the same name was later released on October 25, 2017 under the Nippon Columbia label.

It was the second opening theme song for the TV anime series Dragon Ball Super, covering the Universe Survival saga of the anime.

It was first introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin: Yellow Version with Japanese version's version 2.07 update on the arcade platforms. It was later added in Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Session! as part of the base game on console platforms.

List of games

Arcade

Console

Data

Regular

Difficulty Rating Combo
Easy ★ x 3 69
Normal ★ x 3 94
Hard ★ x 3 182
Oni / Extreme ★ x 3 198
Genre(s)

N/A

Extra

Difficulty Rating Combo
Easy ★ x N/A N/A
Normal ★ x N/A N/A
Hard ★ x N/A N/A
Oni / Extreme ★ x 8 Normal: 513
Master: 523
Genre(s)

N/A

Trivia

  • The Engilsh version of the song, performed by Nathan "NateWantsToBattle" Sharp, was used in the US airing of Dragon Ball Super on Toonami.
    • It should be noted that however, said version wasn't included in Taiko no Tatsujin series; only the Japanese version was used.

External link

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