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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Twitter Snippets (March 16 2018) - Album News: HARDCORE no Thesis Dissertation

In Taiko no Tatsujin-related album news once again, DJ Myosuke is swiftly featuring an Extended Mix for HARDCORE no Kokoroe in his upcoming 5th album.

The same album is bound to also contain MAD FREAKS (also Extended Mix) from Groove Coaster, in case you are interested in rhythm gaming more widely.

Saturday, March 17, 2018

Song of the Week! 17 March 2018

Today's Idolm@ster feature will be a doozy for someone who is looking for a challenge, as the two featured picks can provide some of the hardest rhythm gaming trials in Bandai Namco grounds!

Friday, March 16, 2018

Taiko no Tatsujin Blue Version: Rewards Shop

Originated from Momoiro Version, the Rewards Shop allows Banapassport players to unlock new elements for the arcade play (namely, customization avatar elements and songs) that are not unlockable through the unlocking of selective avatar titles. Previously a service which was exclusive to the Donder Hiroba platform, the Rewards Shop functionalities have been reworked from Yellow Version, disbanding the former system based on the Don Point/Shopping Point currency and dividing its catalog into two main different outlets, each using their own currency.

Together with the main Rewards Shop alternatives, the service is also supporting other theme-based outlets that are available for a limited time (like for the case of collaboration events and such), which also refer to one of the two currencies used in the main RS sections.

Taiko no Tatsujin Blue Version unlock list

All unlockables are limited to Banapassport users only.

List of Title Parts in Taiko no Tatsujin (Blue Version)

From Momoiro Version 2.04 onwards, arcade Banapassport players are able to set titles for their personal nickname either with one of the titles previously unlocked by doing specific tasks or by creating a new one by scratch by using specific title parts.

These title parts are basically divided into two different groups: nouns and phrases ('Group A') and symbols or connectives ('Group B'). Players can use up to 2 words from Group A and a symbol/connective from Group B to construct a custom title, following the scheme A-B-A. Any spot of said scheme can be left blank and the slots for Group A words can be filled with the same word.

While all the units from Group B are unlocked by default, players have to get the title parts from Group A through the rewards shop. Certain Group A parts can be unlocked only by achieving specific goals just like regular titles, whose unlocking requirements are explained into White Version's unlock page.

List of Titles in Taiko no Tatsujin (Blue Version)

The title stem was introduced by a firmware update in Taiko 0, and gives players with access to Banapassports nicknames to put beside their usernames while they play, as a mark of their in-game achievements, much like in other rhythm games with user profiles. The titles can be interchanged in Donder Hiroba when you have obtained them, and the one currently selected will display on the arcade screen wherever the player name is. Some titles unlock hidden content like songs and costumes.

It is possible to get more than one title in a go by overlapping the conditions for unlocking them. In addition, for newer players, Don Points (DP) will also be given out for titles they get (until Red Version).

Almost all the titles from the Yellow Version are available on Blue ver. as well, with the addition of new title unlocks. Once again, titles are not ordered under a numerical order.

Titles are listed below, translated into English wherever possible.

Taiko no Tatsujin Blue Ver. song list

Blue Version is the 10th color-labeled firmware upgrade to keep ignited the flame of the third-generation Taiko no Tatsujin arcade models, retaining Yellow Version's Rewards Shop model with the addition of new songs to boot. The removal of White Version's Tokkun Mode has been compensated by the addition of a special Battle Mode, whose implementation details are still unknown to this day.