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Taiko no Tatsujin: Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure
太鼓の達人 どんとかつの時空大冒険
Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikū Daibōken
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Developer(s) Taiko Team
Publisher(s) Bandai Namco Entertainment
Release date(s) June 26, 2014
Platform(s) Nintendo 3DS
Genre(s) Rhythm
CERO A
GRAC 12-year +

Taiko no Tatsujin: Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure (Japanese: 太鼓の達人 どんとかつの時空大冒険, Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikū Daibōken) is the 2nd Taiko no Tatsujin game released for Nintendo 3DS. It was released in June 26, 2014.

It is also the first Taiko no Tatsujin game to be released in Korea.

In winter 2020, Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure, along with Dokodon! Mystery Adventure, were re-released on Nintendo Switch as part of Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythmic Adventure Pack. Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure was re-titled with the generic Rhythm Adventure 1 name in the US and EU release of this re-release.

GameplayEdit

The core gameplay of the game is the same as its predecessors on Nintendo DS and 3DS systems. The costumes in this game are back to being in two parts, more akin to the DS games.

Like its predecessor, Little Dragon and the Mysterious Orbs, it features a main story mode which contains RPG elements. Likewise, some of its featured songs have extra tracks.

It is also the first Taiko no Tatsujin game which employs paid DLC (downloadable content) and QR codes to unlock extra elements such as songs, costumes and characters. Finally, it is the first game of the series to implement the StreetPass mechanic, where communication occurs between two 3DS systems when they pass by each other.

Space-time Adventure Mode Edit

Space-time Adventure mode is the game's main story mode. The gameplay is similar to that of Yokai Great Decisive Battle mode of Dororon! Yokai Great Decisive Battle! and the Little Dragon and the Mysterious Orbs mode of Little Dragon and the Mysterious Orbs. The setting of this title's mode is actually several periods in time, mixing certain themes of the previous modes in terms of characters and locations.

Unlike the previous game, the player will recruit several characters during the course of the story, and regular enemies can join the party when defeated in battle. The player's party is composed of up to four members, through members with a 'Big' classification occupy two slots in the party, and in most cases, the player is limited to have one of these members in their party.

Story Edit

One day, while preparing to enjoy a festival, Don and Katsu encountered a pink rabbit being chased. Upon being approached by the brothers, the rabbit introduced himself as Tacky, and explains that his pocket watch-like friend, Ticky, was kidnapped by a group of villains. Said trio of villains -a flamboyant man, a petite smart girl, and a brutish man wearing armor plates- appeared with Ticky on tow, and introduced themselves as Pietro, Helga and Danam, respectively, prompting Don and Tacky to duel one of them, the flamboyant Pietro, in a music match while Katsu chases after Ticky and his captors.

After defeating Pietro, the leader of the villains, Professor Timedine, appeared out of a time vortex and introduced his group as Team Timedine, and upon Helga and Danam handing over Ticky, he explained they intend to use his time-bending powers to mold the world to their will. However, when he intends to use said powers, Katsu tackles the group and he is sucked along with Ticky to a time vortex leading to another period. Enraged, Timedine and his group chase after them. Don decides to follow them in order to find his brother and Ticky.

And so,an adventure spanning space-time begins...

Characters Edit

Main Characters and notable allies Edit

Villains Edit

Other player characters Edit

  • Oni Warashi* (variation available via QR from the game corner of Apita Piago, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Winter Wind Konoha* (variation available via QR from the game corner of Edion, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Lost Shrine Dog*
  • Nekomata Saburou*
  • Gun Mujina* (variation available via QR code from of AEON later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Skull Shogun* (variation available via QR code from the game service center of TSUTAYA , later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Grandma Wolf*
  • Happy Harpy* (variation available via QR code from the game corner of Joushin Electronics, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Mandrakora*
  • Evil Demon* (variation available via QR code from the game corner of Geo, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Headless Knight* (variation available via QR code from the game corner of Yamada Electronics, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Pumpkin Lantern*
  • Sister Carmilla
  • Archdemon*
  • Valkyries*
  • Egg Dragon*
  • Ptera-cutter*
  • Stag Fly* (variation available via QR code given out with Taiko 3DS2 purchases from Amazon, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Wild Cedar* (variation available via QR code from the game corner of Big Camera, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Driceratops*
  • Fossil Dragon*
  • Flame-necked Lizard* (variation available via QR code from the game corner of Yodobashi Camera, later on Taiko 3DS2 official site)
  • Magma-locaris*
  • Caribe Sphinx*
  • Golden Scorpion*
  • Poison Cobra*
  • Scarab Boss*
  • Ancient Curse*
  • Anubis Silence*
  • Bastet Step*
  • Pillory Mummy*
  • Horus Diver*
  • Bomb Seagull*
  • Mermaid Maid*
  • Sea Monkey*
  • Shark Rider*
  • Angry Anchor*
  • Babbler Kraken*
  • Clawed Sahagin*
  • Greed Trap*
  • Orochi of the Ocean*
  • Horror Doll*
  • Oil Slime*
  • Smog Man*
  • Thunder Condor*
  • Slice-dice Gear*
  • Metal Teddy*
  • Scrapper*
  • Time Engine*
  • Ai Droid* (variation available via QR code from Dengeki Nintendo, on sale August 21st)
  • Cyber Ninja*
  • Hoshimin 001*
  • Star Angel*
  • Gran Dyne*
  • Insector*
  • Olde One*
  • Omega-saurus*
  • Space Eel*
  • Ghost King* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Hitotsume-kozou *(as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Kappa *(as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Karakuri Puppet* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Karasu-Tengu* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Nopperabou* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Ponko (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC)
  • Princess Soprano (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Ralco (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Baby Match* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Note Reaper* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Ready Moth* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Untamed Orochi* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Buzz-cut Goblin* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Candle Man* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Magic Salamander* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC)
  • Fuuga (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Mirai (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Kodama (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Rebellious Pyramid* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Devil Mermaid* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Kraken* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Spiky Centipede* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Berserk Whale* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Poison Flower* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Jungle Jim* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC)
  • Miko (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC)
  • Alumi (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Antimony (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Yttrium (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Gallium (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Tantalium (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Germanium (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Tungsten (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Tellu (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Dokon Dan (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC)
  • Dokon (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC)
  • Skeleton Knight* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Mister Iwao* (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC)
  • Dororin* (Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.)
  • Jan-Ken Skeletons* (Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.)
  • Sea Lion* (Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.)
  • Ant Lion* (Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.)
  • Desert Ghost* (Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.)
  • Tetsuo Wada (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC)
  • Hana Takahashi (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC)
  • Kiyoshi Wada (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC)
  • Lantern Eel (as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC)
  • Nanatarou (available via QR code)
  • Omenkozou (available via QR code from promotional Gurt! packaging)
  • Ruu (available via QR code from promotional Gurt! packaging)
  • Ika (available via QR code from the packaging for Meiji's Taiko no Tatsujin Lollipop)
  • Shishimai (available via QR code from the packaging for Meiji's Taiko no Tatsujin Battle Gummy Candy)
  • Hiyoko (available via QR code from the packaging for Meiji's Taiko no Tatsujin Chocolate & Sticker)
  • Taitattsu (available via QR code from Taiko Kimidori official site)
  • Tatsudon (available via QR code from July 15th, 2014 livestream for Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori launch)
  • Tatsukatsu (available via QR code)
  • Sukiyan* (available via QR code from promotional posters in Sukiya outlets)
  • O'Lantern* (available via QR code from Pikopuri magazine on sale starting July 15th, 2014)
  • Lamia* (available via QR code from Taiko 3DS2's official site)
  • Gattaku* (available via QR code)
  • Kaffun* (available via QR code)
  • Moetoru* (available via QR code)
  • Ebyuun* (available via QR code)
  • Winder* (available via QR code from an article about the game in CoroCoro Ichiban!! magazine, on sale June 21st 2014)
  • Tojiru* (available via QR code)
  • Mimiira* (available via QR code from a Famitsu.com posting)
  • Elena* (available via QR code from the 'Kyara Parfait Game Special' magazine on sale July 1st 2014 or the 'Kyara Parfait' magazine on sale 2014 August 1st )
  • Shark-nin* (available via QR code from Dengeki Nintendo, on sale July 19th)
  • Insuma* (available via QR code from Famitsu DS+Wii magazine, on sale starting June 21st 2014)
  • Serpen* (available via QR code from a Dengeki Online posting about the game)
  • Dave* (available via QR code)
  • DC* (available via QR code)
  • Robot* (available via QR code)
  • Pomyuu* (available via QR code)
  • Fuuma* (available via QR code from Famitsu DS+Wii magazine, on sale July 21st 2014)
  • Stella* (available via QR code)
  • Gawain* (available via QR code)
  • Nagiusu* (available via QR code)

Guest Characters Edit

Song List Edit

Base Game Edit

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

Mottai Night Land
もったいないとらんど

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

No

Koisuru Fortune Cookie
恋するフォーチュンクッキー

AKB48

No

Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimi Tachi Yo
サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ

Momoiro Clover Z

Theme song for TV drama series Akumu-chan.

No

Ima, Sakihokoru Hanatachi Yo
今、咲き誇る花たちよ

Kobukuro

No

RPG

Sekai no Owari

Theme song for anime movie Crayon Shin-chan: Very Tasty! B-class Gourmet Survival!!

No

Linda Linda
リンダリンダ

The Blue Hearts

No

Ikenai Taiyou
イケナイ太陽

Orange Range

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

No

Anime

JUST LIVE MORE

Gaim no Kaze

Opening theme song for opening theme song for TV tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Gaim.

No

Ressha Sentai ToQger
烈車戦隊トッキュウジャー

Daiki Ise

Opening theme song for TV tokusatsu series Ressha Sentai ToQger.

No

Happiness Charge Precure! WOW!
ハピネスチャージプリキュア!WOW!

Nakaya Sayaka feat. Cure Lovely (CV: Megumi Nakajima) and Cure Princess (CV: Megumi Han)

Opening theme song for TV anime series Happiness Charge Pretty Cure!.

No

SHINING LINE*

STAR☆ANIS

Opening theme song for TV anime series Aikatsu (2014).

No

Geragerapo no Uta
ゲラゲラポーのうた

King Cream Soda

Opening theme song for TV anime series Yo-kai Watch. Not available in South Korea release of the game.

No

V (Volt)
V (ボルト)

Yusuke

1st Opening theme song for TV anime series Pokémon The Series: XY.

No

Kimi o Nosete
君をのせて

Azumi Inoue

Ending theme song for anime movie Castle in the Sky.

No

Guren no Yumiya
紅蓮の弓矢

Revo

1th Opening theme song for TV anime series Attack on Titan.

No

Kimi ni 100 Percent
キミに100パーセント

Kyari Pamyu Pamyu

15th Opening theme song for TV anime series Crayon Shin-chan.

No

Wake up!

AAA

17th Opening theme song for TV anime series One Piece.

No

Variety

Amachan ~Opening Theme~
あまちゃん ~オープニングテーマ~

N/A

Opening theme song for TV drama series Amachan.

No

Kumamoto Surprise!
くまもとサプライズ!)

Bombo Fujii feat. Kumamontai

Execise song for Kumamoto's mascot Kumamon. Not available in South Korea release of the game.

No

Funa Funa Funassyi!
ふな ふな ふなっしー♪)

N/A

Theme song for the Funassyi franchise

No

Karl no Uta: Autumn Pondside Version
カールのうた秋 池のほとり篇

Michiya Mihashi

theme song for the Japanese pharmaceutical company Meiji Seika Kaisha TV commercials. Not available in South Korea version of the game.

No

Katte Rock
買ってロック

Ikuzo Yoshi

theme song for the Gurt! TV Commercials

No

Vocaloid

Senbonzakura
千本桜

Kurousa-P feat. Hatsune Miku

Not available in South Korea release of the game.

Yes (Extreme Only)

A Tale of Six Trillion Years and a Night
六兆年と一夜物語

kemu feat. IA

Yes (Extreme Only)

Kagerou Daze
カゲロウデイズ

Jin feat. Miku Hatsune Append

Yes (Extreme Only)

Yi-er Fanclub
いーあるふぁんくらぶ

MikitoP feat. GUMI and Kagamine Rin

No

Noushou Sakuretsu Girl
脳漿炸裂ガール

Reruriri feat. Hatsune Miku and GUMI

Yes (Extreme Only)

Matryoshka
マトリョシカ

Hachi feat. GUMI and Hatsune Miku

Not available in South Korea release of the game.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Eccentric w
エキセントリックw

GingahoumenP feat. Zola Project

No

Classic

Carmen Prelude
カルメン 組曲一番終曲

Georges Bizet

No

Ninth Symphony
第九交響曲

Ludwig van Beethoven

No

Overture from 'Orpheus in the Underworld'
「天国と地獄」序曲

Jacques Offenbach

No

Republic Praise
リパブリック産科

Julia Ward Howe (Original)
Yoshie Arakawa (Arrange)

Arrangement of "Battle Hymn of the Republic".

No

Pavane for a Dead Princess
亡き王女のためのパヴァーヌ ~きみのこどう~

Maurice Ravel (Original)
Yoshihito Yano (Arrange)
Ayano Yasuda (Vocal)

Yes (Extreme Only)

Flight of the Bumblebee
熊蜂の飛行

Nikolai-Rimsky Korsakov

No

Dokadoka
弩蚊怒夏

N/A

No

Game Music

ONLY MY NOTE

Haruka Amami (CV: Eriko Nakamura), Mirai Kasuga (CV: Haruka Yamazaki) and Kana Yabuki (CV: Ibuki Kido)

Song from THE IDOLM@STER MILLION LIVE! Blooming Clover 3.

No

Monster Hunter 4 Medley
モンスターハンター4 メドレー

N/A

Remix of music from video game Monster Hunter 4.

No

Night And Day

Nobuhide Isayama and Masako Oogami

Music from video game Ace Combat 2.

No

Oshiete Kumatomo
おしえてくまとも

N/A

Theme song from video game Kuma-Tomo.

No

Koi wa Mizuiro
恋はみずいろ

Yukana

Ending theme song from video game Mizuiro Blood.

No

L・O・V・E

Rumi Shishido

Song from Tobikkiri! Anime Special.

No

SAMURAI ROCKET

Kohta Takahashi

Music from video game Ridge Racer V.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Soulcalibur II ~Brave Sword, Braver Soul~

Yoshihito Yano

Music from video game Soulcalibur II.

No

Namco Original

Choujikuu Adventure
超時空アドベンチャー

Saori Terai

Main theme song for Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure.

No

Sacred Ruin
セイクリッド ルイン

Yura Hatsuki

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version.

Yes (Extreme Only, available as DLC)

super star shooter

blue marble

Song debut in Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure.

No

Purupuru Simple
ぷるぷるしんぷる

Her Ghost Friend

Song debut in Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure.

No

Mahou no Kissaten
魔法の喫茶店

Kaori Aihara

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Momoiro Version.

No

Haryu
春竜 ~Haryu~

Azu♪

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Sotsu Omeshiki
そつおめしき

unmo

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Momoiro Version.

No

Hyakka Ryouran
百花繚乱

Kakumi Nishigomi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 11.

No

Saitama 2000
さいたま2000

Akihiko "LindaAI-CUE" Ishikawa

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Appare! Sandaime.

No

Lightning Passion
らいとにんぐ ぱっしょん

Ayako Saso (Sampling Masters AYA)

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Reviver
リバイバー

Chata

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin (2011).

No

Metal Police
めたるぽりす

Yasushi Asada

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 13.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Xastur no Madousho
ザストゥールの魔導書

Yukiko 'YMY' Yamamoto

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Portable DX.

No

Oresama Pirates
オレサマパイレーツ

N/A

Song debut in Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure.

No

Nightmare Survivor
ナイトメア・サバイバー

Setsuo Sakamoto feat. Takanori Goto

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version.

Yes (Extreme Only)

The Carnivorous Carnival

Akitaka Tooyama

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 10.

No

Time to dine

Torie

Song debut in Don and Katsu's Space-time Adventure.

No

Donkama 2000
ドンカマ2000

Akihiko "LindaAI-CUE" Ishikawa

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Momoiro Version.

No

DLC Songs Edit

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

Kurenai

X-Japan

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC.

No

Ninja Re Bang Bang
にんじゃりばんばん

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC.

No

Ponytail to Shushu
ポニーテールとシュシュ

AKB48

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC.

No

HOT LIMIT

T.M.Revolution

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC.

No

LOVE Machine
LOVEマシーン

Morning Musume

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

No

Konayuki
粉雪

Remioromen

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Monkey Magic
モンキー・マジック

GODIEGO

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Natsu Matsuri
夏祭り

Whiteberry

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

One Night Carnival

Kishidan

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

Chocolate Disco
チョコレイト・ディスコ

Perfume

Available as paid DLC from February 12, 2015.

No

Highschool♡love

E-girls

Available as paid DLC from March 5, 2015.

No

Bakuchi Dancer
バクチ・ダンサー

DOES

Theme song of the Anime Movie Gintama: Shinyaku Benizakura-hen. Available as paid DLC from March 19, 2015.

No

Dragon Night

Sekai no Owari

Available as paid DLC from May 7, 2015

No

Anime

Let It Go
Let It Go~ありのままで~

Takako Matsu

Japanese Insert song for 3DCG animated movie Frozen. The Japanese version of the song 'Let it Go'. Available as free DLC from June 26, 2014 to August 30, 2014 and as paid DLC afterwards.

No

GO-GO Tamagotchi!
GO-GO たまごっち!

Yuria Nara

Opening theme song for TV anime GO-GO Tamagotchi!. Available as part of the Guruguru Tamagotchi! Set DLC.

No

Detective Conan Main Theme
名探偵コナン メイン・テーマ

Katsuo Ohno

Main theme music for TV anime series Detective Conan. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC.

No

Lupin III Theme '78
ルパン三世のテーマ'78

You & The Explosion Band

1st Opening theme song for TV anime series Lupin III (1977). Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC.

Yes (Extreme Only)

JoJo ~Sono Chi no Sadame~
ジョジョ ~その血の運命~

Hiroaki "Tommy" Tominaga

1st Opening theme song for TV anime series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: The Animation. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC.

No

Sousei no Aquarion
創聖のアクエリオン

AKINO

1st Opening theme song for TV anime series Sousei no Aquarion. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

No

Do You Want to Build A Snowman?
雪だるまつくろう

Sayaka Kanda

Japanese Insert song for 3DCG animated movie Frozen. Available as free DLC from November 20, 2014 to January 31, 2015 and as paid DLC afterwards.

No

Switch On!

Anna Tsuchiya

Opening theme song for TV tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Fourze. Available as paid DLC from February 5, 2015.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Tank!

The Seatbelts

Opening music for TV anime series Cowboy Bebop. Available as paid DLC from February 19, 2015.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Hare Hare Yukai
ハレ晴レユカイ

Haruhi Suzumiya (CV: Aya Hirano), Yuki Nagato (CV: Minori Chikara), Mikuru Asahina (CV: Yuko Goto).

1rs Ending theme song for TV anime series The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya. Available as paid DLC from February 26, 2015.

No

SURPRISE-DRIVE

Mitsuru Matsuoka EARNEST DRIVE

Opening theme song for TV tokusatsu series Kamen Rider Drive. Available as paid DLC from March 26, 2015.

No

Anataboshi
アナタボシ

Milky Way

6th Ending theme song for TV anime series Kirarin Revolution. Available as paid DLC from May 14, 2015.

Yes (Extreme Only)

Happy☆Material
ハッピー☆マテリアル

Mahora Girls' Jr. High Class 2-A

Opening theme song for TV anime series Negima! Magister Negi Magi. Available as paid DLC from May 28, 2015.

No

Baby, please kill me!
キルミーのベイベー!

Chinatsu Akasaki, Mutsumi Tamura

Opening theme song for TV anime series Kill Me Baby. Available as paid DLC from June 11, 2015.

No

Variety

Yoshimune Hyoubanki Abarenbou Shogun BGM
吉宗評判記 暴れん坊将軍BGM

Shunsuke Kikuchi

Music from Japanese Drama The Unfettered Shogun. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC.

No

Tenohira o Taiyou ni
手のひらを太陽に

Bon Bon Blanco

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC.

No

Yawaraka Tank
やわらか戦車

Rarecho

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC.

Yes (Extreme only)

Matsuken Samba II
マツケンサンバII

Ken Matsudaira

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

Truth

The Square

Available as paid DLC from June 18, 2015.

No

Vocaloid

Karamari no Hana
カラ鞠の花

Harunaba feat. Yuzuki Yukari

Available as part of Nippon-ichi Ketteisen 2013 Finals Pack DLC.

No

Hanaoto Urahyoushi
花オト裏拍子

Harunaba feat. Hatsune Miku

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC.

No

Heavymetal Fugitive
重金属フューギティブ

Ryuitti feat. GUMI

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

No

Love×Love Whistle (Karemeshi Official Song)
愛×愛ホイッスル(カレーメシ公式曲)

PolyphonicBranch feat. Miku Hatsune and Rin Kagamine

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Classic

Eine kleine Nachtmusik
アイネクライネナハトムジーク

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC.

No

Etude Op. 10-4
練習曲Op.10-4

Frédéric Chopin (Original)
Yuji Masubuchi (Arrange)

Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC.

Yes (Extreme only)

Game Music

BLUE TOPAZ

Takayuki Aihara

Music from arcade video game Ridge Racer. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC.

No

Kessen!!
決戦!!

Kenji Ito

Music from video game Puzzle & Dragons Z. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC.

No

DESERT STORM

Shinji Hosoe

Music from video game F/A. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

GO MY WAY!!

Im@s Allstars

Song from video game The idolm@ster and 10th ending theme song for TV anime series The idolm@ster. Available as paid DLC from May 21, 2015.

No

Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~

765Pro Allstars

Arranged song from video game The Idolm@ster 2. Available as paid DLC from May 21, 2015.

Yes (Exterme only)

Mahou o Kakete!
魔法をかけて!

Im@s Allstars

Song from video game The Idolm@ster Live for You!. Also the ending theme song for the 18th episode of TV anime series The Idolm@ster. Available as paid DLC from June 4, 2015.

No

Kiramekirari

765Pro Allstars

Song from video game The idolm@ster Live of You!. Available as paid DLC from June 18, 2015.

Yes (Extreme only)

Jibun REST@RT
自分REST@RT

765Pro Allstars

Song from The Idolm@ster Master Artist. Available as paid DLC from June 25, 2015.

Yes (Extreme only)

Namco Original

Hurtling Boys

Sadakichi Ihcikadas

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version. Available as part of Nippon-ichi Ketteisen 2013 Finals Pack DLC.

No

Calculator

M-O-T-U

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version. Available as part of Nippon-ichi Ketteisen 2013 Finals Pack DLC.

No

Tenyou no Mai
天妖ノ舞

Tatsuya 'Xeami/Tatsh' Shimizu feat. Asami Imai

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Great Decisive Battle!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.1 DLC.

No

Black Rose Apostle

Tatsuya 'Xeami/Tatsh' Shimizu

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party Sandaime!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.2 DLC.

Yes (Extreme only)

dance storm

Shinji Hosoe (Sampling Masters MEGA)

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.3 DLC.

Yes (Extreme only)

Taiko Ranbu Kaiden
太鼓乱舞 皆伝

Yuji Masubuchi

Song from Song from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Touch de Dokodon!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC.

No

Jikuu Chou Jikuu 1-Ka
時空庁時空1課

unmo

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Sorairo Version. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.4 DLC.

No

X-DAY 2000

Akihiko "LindaAI-CUE" Ishikawa

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 12. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

No

Waruru-sama no Uta o Ki ke!
ワルルーさまの歌を聴けぇ!

Takashi Nagasako (Vocal)

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Do-Don to Nidaime!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

No

Hikari no Kanata e
ヒカリノカナタヘ

Takayoshi Tanimoto

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Do-Don to Nidaime!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.5 DLC.

Yes (Exterme only)

Desert de Yakiniku (Sahara ver.)
デザート de 焼肉(サハラ編)

Yukiko 'YMY' Yamamoto

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 10. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Jingle Bells No. 765
ジングルベル第765番

Yuji Masubuchi (Arrange)

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Doka! to Oomori Nanadaime. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Warera Muteki no Dokon Dan
われら無敵のドコン団

Chiaki Takahashi

Song from Meccha! Taiko no Tatsujin: Great Adventure of the Seven Islands!. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.6 DLC.

No

Don-chan Ondo
どんちゃん音頭

Yuri Misumi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 2. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

Yozakura Shanikusai
夜桜謝肉祭

Kakumi Nishigomi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin 11. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

Yes (Extreme only)

Densetsu no Matsuri
伝説の祭り

RUMI

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Doka! to Oomori Nanadaime. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

Dokidoki Munekyun Omatsuri Time
ドキドキ胸きゅん おまつりタイム

MOES feat. Namiko

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Portable DX. Available as part of Popular Songs + Additional Quest Vol.7 DLC.

No

Takkyu de Dakkyu
卓球de脱臼

Kinta

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Doka! to Oomori Nanadaime. Available as paid DLC from March 12, 2015.

No

Ignis Danse

Yuji Masubuchi

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version. Available as paid DLC from April 2, 2015.

No

Evidence of evil

AJURIKA

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version. Available as paid DLC from April 9, 2015.

No

Boku wa Synth
ボクハシンセ

Nobuyoshi 'SanoDG' Sano

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin Portable DX. Available as paid DLC from April 16, 2015.

No

Jinpuumaru
迅風丸

Go Shiina

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin (2011). Available as paid DLC from April 23, 2015.

Yes (Oni only)

Jikuu Chou Sousa 2-Ka
時空庁捜査2課

Sachi (Harineko)

Song from Taiko no Tatsujin: Kimidori Version. Available as paid DLC from April 30, 2015.

No

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