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Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Great Adventure of the Seven Islands!
めっちゃ!太鼓の達人DS 7つの島の大冒険!
Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin Dīesu: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken!
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Developer(s) Taiko Team
Publisher(s) Bandai Namco Entertainment (Under the publisher brand Namco)
Release date(s) April 24, 2008
Platform(s) Nintendo DS
Genre(s) Rhythm
Rating
CERO A

Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Great Adventure of the Seven Islands! (Japanese: めっちゃ!太鼓の達人DS 7つの島の大冒険!, Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin Dīesu: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken!) is the 2nd Taiko no Tatsujin game released on Nintendo DS. It was released on April 24, 2008.

It borrows game mechanics from the first Taiko no Tatsujin DS game. For the first time ever in Taiko no Tatsujin series, it includes a story mode. Since then All Taiko games on handles and consoles includes story mode.

It contains 50 songs, 10 of which are Namco Original songs.

Gameplay

The core gameplay is the same as the the first Taiko no Tatsujin DS game. As it was designed to take advantage of DS's touchscreen, player can playing the song using the bachi-pens and the DS/3DS's touchscreen.

In the Dojo Conquest mode (道場やぶりモード), the game's main story mode, player takes controls of Don as he conquers all the dojos across the seven islands and taking them from the Dokon Gang.

In some battles, the player will need to clear specific conditions to clear the stages. Some are four-way battles that requires player to get the highest score points. On boss battles, player will need to hit the note to depletes boss's tamashii gauge. However, some obstacles will shows up such as bomb notes and note covering during boss battles.

Story

Don have built his own dojo just above his (and Katsu) house and running it since then, and he got a new apprentice (the player) who wanted to be the best taiko drum master like Don was.

Then one day, their training was interupted when a bird deliver a mail to them. The mail is from no other than granpa Kiyoshi and in the mail, he reveals that recently there's the lot of dojos that were built near his dojo. To make matter worse, those dojos are making loud noises like no end and the neighbors couldn't sleep at all due to this. He ask Don if he can conquers all the dojos to solve this problem once and for all, and so the new adventure of Don and his new apprentice has begin...

Characters

Note: The * mark indicates that this is the character's first appearance in the franchise.

Main characters

Villians

NPCs

Song List

Music/song name Original Artist Note(s) Extra
J-Pop

PEACH

Ai Otsuka

Ending theme song for TV drama series Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (2007).

No

Ai Uta
愛唄

GReeeeN

No

Age Age Every Knight
アゲ♂アゲ♂EVERY☆騎士

DJ OZMA

Cover version of the song "Run to you" by DJ DOC.

No

Lifetime Respect -Onna Hen-
Lifetime Respect -女編-

RSP

Cover version of the song "Lifetime Respect" by DOZAN11.

No

Ikenai Taiyou
イケナイ太陽

Orange Range

Opening theme song for TV drama series Hanazakari no Kimitachi e (2007)

No

Tentai Kansoku
天体観測

Bump of Chicken

Insert song for TV drama series Serchin'for My Polestar.

No

Love So Sweet

Arashi

Theme song for TV drama series Hana Yori Dango Returns.

No

Linda Linda
リンダ リンダ

The Blue Hearts

No

Anime

Anpanman Taisou
アンパンマンたいそう

CHA-CHA

3nd ending theme song for TV anime series Soreike! Anpanman.

No

Oshiri Kajiri Mushi
おしりかじり虫

Oshiri Kajiri Mushi

Song from Japanese TV show Minna no Uta.

No

Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon
夢をかなえてドラえもん

mao

3nd opening theme song TV anime series Doraemon (2005).

No

Engine Sentai Go-Onger
炎神戦隊ゴーオンジャー

Hideyuki Takahashi (Project.R)

Opening theme song for TV tokusatsu series Engine Sentai Go-Onger.

No

Pretty Cure 5, Full Throttle GO GO!
プリキュア5、フル・スロットル GO GO!

Mayu Kudoh

Opening theme song for TV anime series Yes! Pretty Cure 5 GoGo.

No

GeGeGe no Kitaro
ゲゲゲの鬼太郎

Shigeru Izumiya

1st opening theme song for TV anime series GeGeGe no Kitaro (2007).

No

Fukou no Kuni no Ohime-sama
フコウの国のお姫さま

Moririi

Image song for the Fukomori merchandises by Bandai.

No

Sousei no Aquarion
創聖のアクエリオン

AKINO

Opening theme song for TV anime series Genesis of Aquarion.

No

A Cruel Angel's Thesis
残酷な天使のテーゼ

Yoko Takahashi

Opening theme song for TV anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.

No

Cha-La Head-Cha-La

Hironobu Kageyama

1st opening theme song for TV anime series Dragon Ball Z.

No

Daybreak's Bell

L'Arc-en-Ciel

1st opening theme song for the first season of TV anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00.

No

Children/Folk

ABC Song
ABCの歌

N/A

No

Alps Ichiman Shaku
アルプス一万尺

N/A

No

Classic

Bolero
ボレロ

Maurice Ravel

No

Rhapsody in Blue
ラプソディ・イン・ブルー

George Gershwin

No

Carmen Prelude
カルメン 組曲一番終曲

Georges Bizet

No

La Campanella
ラ・カンパネラ

Franz Liszt

No

Kare Kano Canon
カレ・カノ・カノン

Johann Pachelbel (Original)
Keiichi Okabe (Arrange)
Mamechiyo Nakamura (Vocal)

No

March from The Nutcracker
行進曲「くるみ割り人形」から

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

No

Symphony No. 5 "Fate"
交響曲第五番「運命」

Ludwig van Beethoven

No

From the New World
新世界より

Antonín Dvořák

No

Entertainer
エンターテイナー

Scott Joplin

No

Classic Medley (Rock ver.)
クラシックメドレー(ロック編)

Yuji Masubuchi (Arrange)

No

March of the Toy Soldiers
おもちゃの兵隊の行進

Leon Jessel

No

Game Music

shiny smile

Hibiki Ganaha (CV: Manami Numakura), Takane Shijou (CV: Yumi Hara)

Song from video game The Idolm@ster Live for You!.

No

Agent Yoru o Yuku
エージェント夜を往く

IM@S ALLSTARS

Song from video game The Idolm@ster.

No

Bambini
バンビーニ

Chizuru Miura

Song from video game Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan.

No

Koi wa Mizuiro
恋はみずいろ

Yukana

Ending theme song for video game Mizuiro Blood.

No

Spleunker
スペランカー

N/A

Arranged music from video game Spleunker.

No

Ridge Racer

Shinji Hosoe (Sampling Masters MEGA)

Music from video game Ridge Racer.

No

Soulcalibur II ~Brave Sword, Braver Soul~
ソウルキャリバーⅡ ~Brave Sword, Braver Soul~

Yoshihito Yano

Music from video game Soulcalibur II.

No

Dragon Spirit Medley
ドラゴンスピリットメドレー

Shinji Hosoe (Composer)
Yuji Masubuchi (Arrange)

Remix of music from video game Dragon Spirit.

No

Namco Original

Nanairo Harmony
七色ハーモニー

Asami Imai

Ending theme song for Great Adventure of the Seven Islands!

No

Taiko-zamurai
太鼓侍

Yuji Masabuchi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 3.

No

Wasure Na Gusa
わすれなぐさ

Mika Satoh

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 11.

No

Go Go Kitchen
ゴーゴー・キッチン

Yuri Misumi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin.

No

Numujika ac.10
ヌムジカac.10

Masako Ohgami

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 10.

No

Hyakka Ryouran
百花繚乱

Kakumi Nishigomi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 11.

No

Warera Muteki no Dokon Dan
われら無敵のドコン団

Chiaki Takahashi

Song debut in Great Adventure of the Seven Islands!

No

Yami no Tamashii
闇の魂

Yoshihito Yano

Song debut in Great Adventure of the Seven Islands!

No

Saitama 2000
さいたま2000

Akihiko "LindaAI-CUE" Ishikawa

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Appare! Sandaime.

No

EkiBEN 2000

Akihiko "LindaAI-CUE" Ishikawa feat. MC Linn

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 11.

No

Guest Character

As with other Taiko no Tatsujin games, there are characters that are from other franchises. This game includes:

  • The core Go-ongers from Engine Sentai Go-Onger by Toei (seen in the song 'Engine Sentai Go-Onger' and in the mail message (Go-On Red only))
  • CoroCoro Dragon from CoroCoro comic magazines by Shogakugan (seen in the mail messages)
  • Characters from Oshiri Kajiri Mushi (seen in the song 'Oshiri Kajiri Mushi')
  • Characters from Idolm@ster series (seen in the song 'shiny smile' and 'Agent Yoru wo Yuku')
  • The main characters from GeGeGe no Kitaro series (Based on the 5th anime series, seen in the song 'GeGeGe no Kitaro')
  • The main characters from Doraemon (seen in the song 'Yume o Kanae te Doraemon')
  • Characters from Spleunker (seen in the song 'Spleunker')
  • Characters from Fukoumori (seen in the song 'Fukou no Kuni no Ohime-sama')
  • Characters from Kotoba no Puzzle: Mojipittan (seen in the song 'Bambini')

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