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This page lists all songs in each Taiko no Tatsujin game, coming from other series.

These all create a Type 2 link because Don-chan and other original characters are seen playing and dancing to the songs in the games, meaning that these series are fictional within Taiko no Tatsujin's universe.

With dozens of games and hundreds of songs, this list might be overwhelming. For a concise list of songs featured in the series see here.

Taiko no Tatsujin

February 21, 2001

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The first game in the series features 25 selectable songs, with 8 of them in the Anime section:

Additionally the song Mappy Ondo, listed in the Namco Origianl category, is a remix of the main theme from Mappy.

Taiko no Tatsujin 2

August 6, 2001

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The second game in the series features 36 selectable songs, with 9 of them in the Anime section, though 7 of them return from the previous (The only song not returning is "Space Battleship Yamato") game and only 2 are new (listed in bold):

Additionally the category Namco Original features 2 songs from other games, including the one from the previous game and a new one, specifically:

Taiko no Tatsujin 3

March 15, 2002

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The third game in the series features 44 selectable songs, with 10 of them in the Anime section, including the 7 recurring songs from previous games and 3 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally the category Namco Original features 4 songs from other games, including the two from the previous game and two new ones, specifically:

Taiko no Tatsujin: Tatacon de DODON ga DON

October 24, 2002

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The first console game in the series features 30 selectable songs, with 5 of them in the Anime section, though they're all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 3, and are:

Additionally the category Namco Original features 4 songs from other games, including 3 returning ones and a new one:

Taiko no Tatsujin 4

December 12, 2002

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The fourth arcade game in the series features 48 selectable songs, with 13 of them in the Anime section, including 5 recurring songs from previous games and 8 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally Hurricaneger Sanjo, the opening theme from Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger is the only song in the Sentai category.

The category Namco Original also features 4 songs from other games, including 3 returning ones (though one previously only featured in the PlayStation 2 game), and 2 new ones:

Taiko no Tatsujin: DOKI! Shinkyoku Darake no Haru Matsuri

March 27, 2003

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The second console game in the series features 34 selectable songs, with 6 of them in the Anime section, all of them returning from various games in the series, but none of them featured in the previous console game:

There also is Hurricaneger Sanjo, opening theme from Ninpuu Sentai Hurricaneger (from Taiko no Tatsujin 4) in the Sentai category, while the Namco Original category features 2 songs from other games, a returning one and a new one:

Taiko no Tatsujin 5

October 6, 2003

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The fifth arcade game in the series features 54 selectable songs, with 12 of them in the Anime section, including 7 returning songs (all from the previous game, except one), and 5 new ones (listed in bold):

The category Namco Original also features 4 songs from other games, including two returning songs (though one previously only featured in a console game) and a new one:

Additionally the section Variety features Odoru Daisosasen, the main theme from Bayside Shakedown.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Appare Sandaime

October 30, 2003

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The third console game in the series features 39 selectable songs, with 5 of them in the Anime section, actually consisting in the songs first introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 5:

The category Namco Original also features 5 songs from other games, including one from Taiko no Tatsujin 5 and four new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally the section Variety features Odoru Daisosasen, the main theme from Bayside Shakedown previously featured in Taiko no Tatsujin 5.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Waku Waku anime Matsuri

December 18, 2003

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The fourth console game in the series is a secondary title featuring almost exclusively songs from other fictional series, since it features only 18 songs selectable from the start, but 16 of them are in the Anime category, 1 in the Sentai category and 1 in the Hero category. The only original song is the game's theme, Kazutaiko Sentai Donranger, which is unlockable and is actually a parody of the Super Sentai series, listed in the Sentai category. The 18 starting songs consist in 16 new songs (listed in bold) and only 2 songs returning from previous arcade games, and are:

Taiko no Tatsujin 6

July 15, 2004

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The sixth arcade game in the series features 58 selectable songs, with 18 of them in the Kids/Anime category, but only 14 from other fictional series, including 9 returning songs (5 from the previous game, 3 from older arcade games and 1 previously only featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Waku Waku anime Matsuri), and 5 new ones (listed in bold):

The category Namco Original also features 5 songs from other games, including two from the previous game, one previously only featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Appare Sandaime and two new ones (listed in bold):

There also is Don Rangers, the main theme from Taiko no Tatsujin: Waku Waku anime Matsuri which is a parody of the Super Sentai series.

Additionally the section Variety features two songs from other series, one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 5 and a new one:

Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumare! Matsuri da!! Yondaime

July 22, 2004

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The fourth main console game in the series features 40 selectable songs, with 6 of them in the Anime category, including 5 songs from Taiko no Tatsujin 6 (4 of the songs introduced in that game, the only one not returning is "Challenger!!", plus one originally from Taiko no Tatsujin 4 that wasn't featured in previous console games), and a new song (listed in bold):

The category Namco Original also features 7 songs from other games, including the two introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 6 and five new ones:

Additionally the section Variety features the new song Yappari Saru Get You, from the Ape Escape series.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Taiko Drum Master (North American version)

October 26, 2004

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The only western Taiko no Tatsujin game features 31 selectable songs, mostly consisting in western songs, with only 2 in the Anime/TV category:

The Namco Original section features 3 starting tracks, plus 4 unlockable ones, and all 7 tracks are taken from previous Taiko no Tatsujin games:

Starting songs:
Unlockable songs:

Taiko no Tatsujin RT - Nippon no Kokoro

November 2004

This minor game designed for rehabilitation only features 20 selectable songs, though they all consist in Children/Folk songs except for one single original Taiko no Tatsujin song, so there are no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Go! Go! Godaime

December 9, 2004

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The fifth main console game in the series features 45 selectable songs, with 9 of them in the Anime category, including 4 returning songs (two already featured in a previous console game, making them the first recurring anime songs in console games), and 5 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco original category features 4 new songs from other games:

Additionally the Variety category features two songs from other series, one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 6 and a new one (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin: Taiko Drum Master (Japanese version)

March 17, 2005

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The Japanese version of Taiko Drum Master features 33 selectable songs, mostly consisting in western songs, and it doesn't feature any anime song, however the Namco Original category features 6 of the 7 songs from the North American version (the only not returning is "Katamari On the Rocks"; coincidentally all 6 songs were already featured in previous console games), plus one from Taiko no Tatsujin 4 and an original Taiko no Tatsujin song (not listed here). These are:

Medal no Tatsujin - Doki! Ooatari Darake no Sugoroku Matsuri

April 2005

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While this is a medal game, it still features a minigame version of Taiko no Tatsujin, including 44 selectable songs. The Anime section features 4 songs, all returning from previous games:

There also is a Game Song category featuring 7 songs from other games, including 5 returning songs (though 3 of them are from console games) and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features 3 songs taken from previous games:

Additionally the section Variety features Odoru Daisosasen, main theme from Bayside Shakedown from Taiko no Tatsujin 5 and 6.

Taiko no Tatsujin Ongaku Lesson

April 14, 2005

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This game targeted toward very young children, released for the Advanced Pico Beena, features 40 selectable songs, all children songs, however two of these are actually from anime series, one returning from most games in the series, and a new one (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin 7

July 15, 2005

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The seventh main arcade game in the series features 80 selectable songs, with 20 of them in the Anime category, including 10 returning songs (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 6, 2 from previous arcade games, 2 previously only features in console games), and 10 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category features 20 songs, with 10 of them from other series, including 7 returning song (5 songs from Taiko no Tatsujin 6 and two from minor games), and 3 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features five songs from other series, two returning ones and three new ones:

Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special

August 4, 2005

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This secondary console game released simultaneously with Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable is an anime song compilation, much like Taiko no Tatsujin: Waku Waku anime Matsuri, this time featuring 40 selectable songs, 27 of them in the Anime category, though one is actually an original, unlockable parody of anime openings, while the remaining 13 songs are in the Namco Original category. The anime songs consist in 10 returning songs (8 of the ones introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 7, the only two not returning are "Mie Nai Tsubasa" and "Murimuri!? Ariari!! IN Jyanai?!", 2 from previous arcade games that weren't featured in any other game) and 16 new songs (isted in bold):

The Namco Original category features 4 songs from other series, including two returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and two new ones:

Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable

August 4, 2005

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The first portable game in the series, released simultaneously with the PS2 game Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special, features 38 selectable songs, but it also is the first game in the series to feature downloadable songs, bringing the total of available songs up to 60. The Anime category features 8 songs, all available from the start, including 7 returning songs (5 from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and 2 from previous games), and a new song (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category features 11 starting songs plus 16 downloadable songs, with 13 of these from other series. These are all returning songs, 6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and 7 from previous games:

Starting songs:
Downloadable songs:

Taiko no Tatsujin: Wai Wai Happy! Rokudaime

December 8, 2005

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The sixth main console game in the series features 48 selectable songs, with 9 of them in the Anime category, including 8 new songs (listed in bold) and only one returning song (one of the songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 7, that wasn't included in other console games):

While the Namco Original section only features original Taiko no Tatsujin songs, there's the Game Music category including exclusively songs from other games. This features 6 songs, including 5 new ones and only one returning, unlockable song (the only one introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 7 that wasn't included in Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special):

Additionally the Variety category includes Abarenbo Shogun, the main theme from the show of the same name, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 (and it wasn't featured in any other console game).

Taiko no Tatsujin 8

March 23, 2006

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The eighth main arcade game in the series features 90 selectable songs, with 20 of them in the Anime section, including 12 returning song (6 from Taiko no Tetsujin 7 and 6 previously only featured in console games, most notably "Hug Shichao" previously only featured in the secondary game Taiko no Tatsujin Ongaku Lesson) and 8 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 12 songs from other game series, including 8 returning songs (5 from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and 3 from Taiko no Tatsujin: Wai Wai Happy! Rokudaime) and 4 new songs (listed in bold):

Also the Namco Original category features 6 songs from other series, including 5 returning songs (2 previously only featured in console games) and only one new song:

Additionally the Variety category features two songs from other series, one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and a new one:

The J-Pop category also features the new song Karma, opening theme from the game Tales of the Abyss.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2

September 7, 2006

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The second portable game in the series features 62 selectable songs, plus 24 songs initially downloadable, for a total of 86 songs available at the time of release. 20 additional downloadable songs were released between May 2010 and January 2011 bringing the total up to 106. The Anime category features 7 songs, all available from the start, including 4 returning songs and 3 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially featured 11 starting songs, including all 7 songs downloadable in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable and 4 songs from previous games, plus 4 downloadable songs, 3 returning ones and a new one:

Starting songs:
Downloadable songs:

Additionally the Variety category includes Abarenbo Shogun, the main theme from the show of the same name, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Wai Wai Happy! Rokudaime, while the J-Pop category features Karma, opening theme from the game Tales of the Abyss, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 8.

9 downloadable song packs later released are:

Song Pack 1 (May 18, 2010)
Released to celebrate the download service being used 5 million times, it consists in 4 songs, including a returning game song and a new game song:

Song Pack 2 (June 16, 2010)
Consisting in 2 songs, a Classic song and a new game song:

Song Pack 3 (July 21, 2010)
Consisting in 2 songs, a Classic song and a game song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 13:

Song Pack 4 (August 18, 2010)
Consisting in 2 songs, a Namco Original song and a new game song:

Song Pack 5 (September 15, 2010)
Consisting in a Namco Original song and a Classic song, no song from other series.

Song Pack 6 (October 20, 2010)
Consisting in 2 songs, a Namco Original song and a Game song taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 10:

Song Pack 7 (November 17, 2010)
Consisting in a Namco Original song and a Classic song, no song from other series.

Song Pack 8 (December 15, 2010)
Consisting in a Namco Original song and a Classic song, no song from other series.

Song Pack 9 (January 19, 2011)
Consisting in two Namco Original songs, no song from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime

December 7, 2006

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The seventh main console game in the series and last for PS2, it features 48 selectable songs, with 11 of them in the Anime category, including 3 of the songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 8 and 8 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music section features 5 selectable songs, including one of the songs introduced in Taiko no Tetsujin 8 and 4 new songs (listed in bold)

Additionally the Namco Original category includes "Ordyne", remix of music from the game of the same name, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 8.

Taiko no Tatsujin 9

December 20, 2006

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The ninth main arcade game in the series features 100 selectable songs, with 23 of them in the Anime category, including 18 returning songs (8 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 8, all 8 songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime and 2 from previous arcade games), and 5 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 12 songs from other game series, including 10 returning songs (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 8, the song introduced as downloadable in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2 and 3 of the songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime, not counting "Chikyuu wa Tamagotchi?!", moved to the Variety section) and 2 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features 6 songs from other series, all returning from previous games (5 from Taiko no Tatsujin 8 and 1 from Taiko no Tetsujin 7):

Additionally the Variety category features 3 songs from other series, two returning one and a new one:

Medal no Tatsujin 2 - Atsumare! Go! Go! Sugoroku Sentai Don Ranger Five

February 2007

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The second medal game in the series once again features a minigame version of Taiko no Tatsujin, with 44 selectable songs. The Anime section features 8 songs, all returning from previous games (4 from Taiko no Tatsujin 9 and 4 from previous games):

The Game Music category features 11 songs from other game series, all returning from previous games (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 9, 5 from previous games, including the two songs introduced in the first Medal no Tatsujin):

The Namco Original category also includes three songs from other series, two returning from Taiko no Tetsujin 9, one from previous games:

Additionally the only song in the Variety category is Abarenbo Shogun, the main theme from the show of the same name, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 7, Taiko no Tatsujin: Wai Wai Happy! Rokudaime and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2.

Taiko no Tatsujin 10

July 26, 2007

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The tenth main arcade game in the series features 105 selectable songs, with 27 of them in the Anime category, including 13 returning songs (10 from Taiko no Tatsujin 9, 2 from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and 1 from Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special) and 14 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 13 songs from other game series, including 8 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 9 and 5 new songs (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 3 songs from other series, two songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 9 and two new ones (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Touch de Dokodon

July 26, 2007

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The third portable game in the series, and first for Nintendo DS, features 35 selectable songs, and 7 of these in the Anime category, all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 10:

The Game Music category features 3 songs from other game series, all returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 10:

The Namco Original category also features two songs from other series, both taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 10:

Taiko no Tatsujin Pop Monthly

January 1, 2008

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This Taiwan-exclusive game, the first in the series for mobile phones, features 28 starting songs, but additional C-POP songs were made available monthly, and 134 of theme were released through 2008 and 2009, bringing the total of available songs up to 162, more than any other game in the series at the time, though only few could be played at the same time. There is no Anime or Game Music category, but the Namco Original category features 2 returning songs from other series:

  • Lovely-X: remix of the main theme from Rally-X. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and the PSP games)
  • Mappy Ondo: remix of the main theme from Mappy. (from the first four games in the series and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable)

Taiko no Tatsujin 11

March 18, 2008

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The eleventh main arcade game in the series features 114 selectable songs, with 28 of them in the Anime category, including 12 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and 16 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 13 selectable songs, including 6 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and 7 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features PaPaPa Love, a song from Muscle March.

Additionally the Variety category features 4 songs from other series, 2 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin Mobile

March 20, 2008

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The Japanese Taiko game for mobile phones, like its Taiwanese counterpart it features only few songs available from the start and many additional songs available montly in the J-Pop and Anime category, so the total of available songs is 444, much more than any other game in the series, though only 10 could be downloaded at the same time. Many songs can also be downoaded directly from the arcade games through a code given in the Game Over screen, but they are used as ringtones for the phone, not playable tracks, so they are not listed here. The Anime category features 26 selectable songs, including 18 songs taken from the various series (10 recurring songs and 8 from older games) and 8 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category features 8 songs from other series, all returning from previous games:

Then there's the Special category featuring 7 music tracks from live action superhero series, including 4 returning songs and 3 new ones:

Additionally, the Others category includes 3 new songs from other live action series (along with "TRUTH", the main theme from Fuji TV's Formula 1 program):

The J-Pop category also features the song Karma, opening theme from the game Tales of the Abyss, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 8 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2.

Metcha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken

April 24, 2008

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The fourth main portable game in the series, and second for Nintendo DS, features 50 selectable songs, and 11 of these are in the Anime category, all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 11, including 7 of the songs introduced in that game and 4 also in previous games, though not featured in the first DS game:

The Game Music category features 8 selectable songs, including 7 returning songs (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 11, one from previous games) and a new one (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin 11 Asian Version

April 25, 2008

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The Chinese version of Taiko no Tatsujin 11 features the same number of selectable songs as its Japanese counterpart, 114, but a new C-POP category was added, including 25 songs, so many songs were removed from other categories and in some cases replaced. The Anime category now features 20 songs, 17 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 (11 songs were removed) and 3 returning from previous games:

The Game Music category features 12 selectable songs, including all songs from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 with the only exception of "Super Mario Bros." likely for licensing issues:

The Namco Original category also still features PaPaPa Love from Muscle March.

Taiko no Tatsujin 12

December 11, 2008

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The twelfth main arcade game in the series features 115 selectable songs, with 30 of them in the Anime category, including 18 returning songs (16 from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 and 2 from previous games) and 12 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 13 selectable songs, including 7 returning songs (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 11, one from previous games) and 6 new songs (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 2 songs from other series, both returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 11:

The J-POP category also features Galaxy Express 999, a song based on Galaxy Express 999 different from the one in previous Taiko no Tatsujin games.

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii

December 11, 2008

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The eighth main console game in the series and first for Nintendo Wii, it features 70 selectable songs with 11 of them in the Anime category, all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, except one from Taiko no Tatsujin 11. 3 of these songs debuted in Taiko no Tatsujin 12, and since both games were released at the same time, they can be considered new songs:

The Game Music category features 7 selectable songs, including 6 songs from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 (4 introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 12 and two recurring songs) and one unlockable song returning from older games:

Additionally the Variety category features "Mickey Mouse March", Mickey Mouse's official theme, recurring Taiko no Tatsujin song, while the J-POP category features "Galaxy Express 999", a song based on Galaxy Express 999 that debuted in Taiko no Tatsujin 12.

Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Asian Version

June 23, 2009

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The Chinese version of Taiko no Tatsujin 12 features 145 selectable songs, 30 more than its Japanese counterpart. The Anime category features 29 songs, 21 taken from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 (9 songs were removed), 1 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 and 7 new songs (listed in bold). Only 9 of these songs were also in Taiko no Tatsujin 11 Asian Version, so 20 of the songs are new to Chinese players:

The Game Music category features 13 selectable songs, once again including all songs from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 except "Super Mario Bros." but there also is a new unlockable song. Only 5 of these songs were also in Taiko no Tatsujin 11 Asian Version, so 8 of the songs are new to Chinese players:

Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban

July 14, 2009

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This updated version of Taiko no Tatsujin 12 features 158 selectable songs, 43 more than the original version and 13 more than the Chinese version. The Anime category features 39 songs, including all 30 songs from the original Taiko no Tatsujin 12 and 9 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features exactly the same 13 songs as the original Taiko no Tatsujin 12:

Additionally the Variety category still features the 2 songs from other series:

The J-POP category also features two songs from other series, a returning one and a new one:

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime

November 19, 2009

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The ninth main console game in the series and second for Nintendo Wii, it features 70 selectable songs with 11 of them in the Anime category, including 8 returning songs (3 of the songs that debuted in Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban, 2 recurring songs that weren't in the first Wii game and 3 from previous games) and 3 new songs (listed in bold), though two are new versions of older songs:

The Game Music category features 8 selectable songs, 4 returning songs that weren't in the first Wii game (1 from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 and 3 from previous games) and 4 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features PaPaPa Love, a song from Muscle March returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 11.

Taiko no Tatsujin 13

December 17, 2009

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The thirteenth main arcade game in the series features 161 selectable songs, with 36 of them in the Anime category, including 30 returning songs (26 from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban and 4 from console games) and 6 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 18 selectable songs, including 13 returning songs (8 from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, 5 from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime) and 5 new songs (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 3 songs from other series, the 2 recurring ones and a new one (listed in bold):

The J-POP category also features three songs from other series, two returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban and a new one (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin -Popular Song Pack-

February 1, 2010

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The second Japanese mobile game in the series and first for iOS, it only features 5 selectable songs, including 2 recurring anime songs and a recurring game song:

Taiko no Tatsujin -Popular Song Pack 2-

April 15, 2010

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The second iOS game in the series, it features 6 selectable songs, all different from the previous game, but again including 2 recurring anime songs and a recurring game song:


Taiko no Tatsujin Plus

May 28, 2010

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The third iOS game in the series, it features 6 default songs plus hundreds of downloadable songs, but since the timed songs were released in different periods, only some were available at the same time. The default songs include a returning game song and two new anime songs:

Then initially available for download are:

Additional downloadable packs are:

RS Pack (July 23, 2010)
Only including songs from Taiko no Tatsujin Rip Slyme and no song from other series.

Brass Band Pack (August 9, 2010)
Including 5 songs all listed in the Variety category, but it includes three new songs from other series:

Classic Pack 1 (September 22, 2010)
Including 5 Classic songs and no song from other series.

Ultraman Pack (December 9, 2010)
Featuring 7 songs, all in the Anime category and all from the Ultraman series, including a returning song and 6 new songs:

J-Pop Pack 1 (December 10, 2010)
Including 5 J-POP songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 4 (January 28, 2011)
Including 5 Classic songs and no song from other series.

Idolmaster Pack (February 24, 2011)
Including 5 songs, all in the Game Music category, all from The Idolmaster series and all returning from previous games:

  • Overmaster: song from The Idolmaster SP. (from Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2, Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime)
  • L.O.B.M: song from The Idolmaster SP. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime)
  • Relations: song from The Idolmaster: Live For You. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 14)
  • Do-Dai: song from The Idolmaster. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, 13 and Wii)
  • GO MY WAY !!: song from The Idolmaster. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 9, Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and Taiko no Tatsujin DS)

Game Music Pack (April 25, 2011)
Featuring 5 songs, all in the Game Music category, including 3 returning songs and 2 new ones:

Anime Pack - Boy Version (May 25, 2011)
Including 5 songs, all in the Anime category and all returning from previous games (4 from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, one from Taiko no Tatsujin 13):

Sentai Pack (July 8, 2011)
Including 5 songs, all in the Anime category, all from the Super Sentai series and all returning from previous games, actually consisting in the main theme from the five most recent series, except Engine Sentai Go-onger:

  • Tensou Sentai Goseiger: opening theme from the show of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!, Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime)
  • Samurai Sentai Shinkenger: opening theme from the show of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12 Don! to Zoryoban, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime and Taiko no Tatsujin 13)
  • Juken Sentai Gekiranger: opening theme from the show of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Touch de Dokodon)
  • Go-go Sentai Boukenger: opening theme from the show of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime and Taiko no Tatsujin 9)
  • Mahou Sentai Majiranger: opening theme from the show of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Special)

Namco Original Pack 1 (November 18, 2011)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Namco Original Pack 2 (November 18, 2011)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 5 (December 21, 2011)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 returning Anime songs and a returning Variety song from another series:

Popular Song Pack 6 (June 25, 2012)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 recurring Anime songs:

Popular Song Pack 7 (September 4, 2012)
Featuring 5 songs, including a returning Veriety song from another series and 2 returning Anime songs:

Popular Song Pack 8 (September 28, 2012)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 returning Anime songs:

  • We Go!: opening theme #15 from One Piece. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX)
  • Let's go! Smile PreCure: opening theme from the anime Smile PreCure!. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb and Taiko no Tatsujin Shinkyoku Tori Houdai!)

Popular Song Pack 9 (November 1, 2012)
Featuring 5 songs, including a returning Veriety song from another series and 2 returning Anime songs:

Super Skills Pack (November 30, 2012)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 10 (December 21, 2012)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 Anime songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON):

Amazing Finger Pack (February 1, 2013)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Dai Hitto! Mune-Atsu Pack (March 19, 2013)
Featuring 5 songs, including 3 returning Anime songs:

Rose Pack (April 2, 2013)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Pazudora Pack (April 29, 2013)
Including 3 songs from Puzzle & Dragons previously only available for limited periods of time:

Two additional songs were later added to this pack:

  • Kessen!! (September 8, 2014), new song from Puzzle & Dragons Z.
  • Fight the Fanatics (August 15, 2015), previously available during the Puzzle & Dragons collaboration 4.

Popular Song Pack 11 (May 28, 2013)
Featuring 5 songs, including a Game song and 3 Anime songs, all returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version:

Amazing Song Pack (June 28, 2013)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 12 (July 31, 2013)
The thirty-first downloadable song pack for Taiko no Tatsujin Plus, it features 5 songs, including 2 Anime songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version:

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Pack (August 8, 2013)
Including 5 J-POP songs and no song from other series.

Amazing Song Pack (August 30, 2013)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 13 (September 27, 2013)
Featuring 5 songs, including a new Variety song from another series, a returning J-POP song from another series and a returning Anime song:

Dai Hitto! Yamitsuki Pack (October 31, 2013)
The thirty-fifth downloadable song pack for Taiko no Tatsujin Plus, it features 5 songs, including a returning Anime song:

  • Dramatic: opening theme from Honey and Clover. (from Taiko no Tatsujin: Wai Wai Happy! Rokudaime and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2)

Tamagotchi Pack (November 5, 2013)
The thirty-sixth downloadable song pack for Taiko no Tatsujin Plus, it consists in 4 songs from the Tamagotchi series, 3 returning songs and a new one:

  • Kirakira Every day: opening theme #6 from Tamagotchi!. (from Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb and Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version)
  • I★my★me★mine: opening theme #7 from Tamagotchi!. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban)
  • Doremi Fasorairo: opening theme from Tamagotchi: Yume Kira Dream. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version)
  • Rocking Heart!: opening theme #2 from Tamagotchi: Yume Kira Dream.

This makes it so that every Tamagotchi song from the series released to this point is available in Taiko no Tatsujin Plus (not counting "Chikyuu wa Tamagotchi?!").

765 Celebratibe Pack (November 28, 2013)
Including 4 Namco Original songs, 2 Classic songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 14 (December 26, 2013)
Featuring 5 songs, including 4 returning Anime songs, though one is listed in the J-POP category:

Taiko no Tatsujin x Momoiro Clover Collaboration (January 28, 2014)
Only including a J-Pop song, it doesn't feature any song from other series.

Awesome Chart Pack (February 28, 2014)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 15 (March 14, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 Anime songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version:

Awesome Spring Pack (March 27, 2014)
Only including 5 Namco Original songs, it doesn't feature any song from other series.

Legend Pack (May 2, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, including an Anime song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and Portable DX:

Awesome Game Pack (May 30, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, all returning Game songs:

Donder! Japan Playoff Pack 1 (June 6, 2014)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Do As Infinity Pack (June 26, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, including 4 J-Pop songs and a new Game song:

Kyary Pamyu Pamyu Pack 2 (July 9, 2014)
Including 5 J-Pop songs and no song from other series.

Donder! Japan Playoff Pack 2 (July 14, 2014)
Featuring 6 songs, including 4 Namco Original songs and two Vocaloid songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version:

Popular Song Pack 16 (August 8, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, including a returning anime song and a returning Variety song from another series:

Popular Song Pack 17 (September 5th, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs including a Variety series from another series and 4 Anime songs, all of them returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken and Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version:

Momoiro Clover Z Pack (September 19, 2014)
Including 3 J-Pop songs and no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 18 (October 17, 2014)
Consisting in 4 J-Pop songs and the song Wake up!, opening theme #17 of the Anime One Piece, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken and Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version.

Girls Pop Mania Pack (October 31, 2014)
Including 5 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Legends Pack 2 (November 17, 2014)
Including 5 J-Pop songs and no song from other series.

10 Million Memorial Pack (November 28, 2014)
Including 6 Namco Original songs and no song from other series.

Super Game Pack (December 17, 2014)
Consisting in 5 returning Game songs:

  • Venomous: music from Ridge Racer 3D. (also available in Ura Oni mode) (from Taiko no Tatsujin arcade games, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban and Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version)
  • Wasabi Body Blow: song from Tekken 3D Prime Edition. (from Taiko no Tatsujin arcade games and Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb)
  • Tales of Xillia Medley: medley of music from Tales of Xillia. (previously available during the Tales of the World celebration)
  • Symphonic Motos: orchestrated version of music from Motos. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 10 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2)
  • Mappy Medley: medley of music from Mappy. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 9, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX)

Popular Song Pack 19 (December 25, 2014)
Featuring 5 songs, including 3 returning Anime songs:

Popular Song Pack 20 (January 30, 2015)
Featuring 5 songs, including 2 returning Anime songs:

  • Du-Du-Wa DO IT!!: opening theme #1 of the third season Aikatsu!. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version and Taiko no Tatsujin: Tokumori!)
  • Donten: opening theme #5 from Gintama. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12)

Ultra Classic Pack (February 13, 2014)
Consisting in 5 Classic songs, no song from other series.

Popular Song Pack 21 (February 27, 2015)
Featuring 5 songs, including 3 Anime songs, two returning songs and a new one:

Hatsune Miku Pack (March 10, 2015)
Consisting in 5 recurring Vocaloid songs (though listed in Variety category), all sung by Hatsune Miku:

Super Skills Pack 2 (March 31, 2015)
Consisting in 5 Namco Original songs, no song from other series.

Vocaloid + Sachiko Kobayashi Pack (April 27, 2015)
Featuring 5 songs, including 4 Vocaloid songs (though listed in Variety category), all returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version:

Popular Song Pack 22 (May 29, 2015)
Featuring 5 songs, including two returning anime songs:

Recommended Pack (December 24, 2015)
Featuring 10 songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, no song from other series.

Recommended Pack 2 (February 19, 2016)
Featuring 5 songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, including two Anime songs:

Recommended Pack 3 (March 18, 2016)
Featuring 5 songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, including an Anime song:

Namco Original Recommended Pack (April 15, 2016)
Featuring 10 Namco Original songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, no song from other series.

Anime Game Recommended Pack (May 20, 2016)
Featuring 5 songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, including two Anime songs, a Game song and a J-POP song from another series:

Anime Game Recommended Pack 2 (June 17, 2016)
Featuring 5 songs previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, including 3 Anime songs and a Game song:

Anime Pack GOLD (July 23, 2016)
Featuring 4 songs from the anime One Piece, to promote the release of the movie One Piece Film: Gold, including a new song and three returning ones:

  • Ikari o Kure yo: main theme from the movie. Also available for free for a limited time.
  • Kokoro no Chizu: opening theme #5 from the anime. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 8 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Tobikkiri! Anime Specia)
  • Jungle P: opening theme #8 from the anime. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 and Taiko no Tatsujin Wii)
  • BRAND NEW WORLD: opening theme #6 from One Piece. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 9 and Taiko no Tatsujin: DON-KA! to Oomori Nanadaime)

Anime Pack SILVER (July 23, 2016)
Another pack to promote One Piece Film: Gold, it collects 4 songs from the anime One Piece already available in previous song packs:

  • We are!: opening theme #10 from the anime. (from Popular Song Pack 5)
  • We Go!: opening theme #15 from One Piece. (from Popular Song Pack 8)
  • HANDS UP!: opening theme #16. (from Popular Song Pack #14)
  • Wake up!: opening theme #17. (from Popular Song Pack #18)

Touhou Project Arrange Pack 1 (October 6, 2016)
Pack consisting of 5 Variety songs from Touhou Project Arrange, including 4 already available in Gakkyoku Tori Houdai and one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Red Version:

Touhou Project Arrange Pack 2 (October 6, 2016)
Another pack consisting of 5 Variety songs from Touhou Project Arrange, including the same song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Red Version, and 4 songs already available in Gakkyoku Tori Houdai:

Touhou Project Arrange Pack Set (October 6, 2016)
Special Touhou Project Arrange pack including all 9 songs from the previous two packs.

Super Luxury Pack (December 21, 2016)
Pack consisting of 11 songs, previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai, including 3 Anime songs:

The pack also includes the Variety song Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP) sung by the fictional character Pikotaro.

Timed promotions

On special occasions some songs were only made available for short periods of time. These are:

Puzzle & Dragons collaboration (August 10, 2012)
Consisting in a single new song, only available from August 10th to August 26th:

McDonalds collaboration (November 2, 2012)
Consisting only in a Veriety song.

Tales of the World celebration (January 18, 2013)
Consisting in a single Game song from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban, only available from January 18th to January 31st:

Puzzle & Dragons collaboration 2 (March 25, 2013)
The fourth timed promotion for Taiko no Tatsujin Plus, it consists in a returning Game song and two new ones, all from Puzzle & Dragons, only available from March 25th to April 7th:

7.65 Million Downloads celebration (October 18, 2013)
Consisting in 4 Namco Original songs and 2 Classic songs.

Kuma-Tomo celebration (November 29, 2013)
Consisting in a single Game song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version, only available from November 29th to December 8th:

Holydays celebration (December 27, 2013)
Consisting in a Namco Original song.

Puzzle & Dragons collaboration 3 (January 6, 2014)
Consisting exclusively in the song Walking Through The Towers from Puzzle & Dragons, returning from previous Puzzle & Dragons collaborations. The song is already available for download in the Pazudora Pack, but this promotion gives it for free to all users from January 6th to January 12th.

Donder! Japan Playoff event (June 6, 2014 - June 21, 2014)
Consisting in a Variety Song and two Namco Original songs available at different times, no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion (August 7, 2014)
Consisting in a J-Pop song and a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion 2 (August 22, 2014)
Consisting in a Classical song and a recurring Anime song, Zankoku na Tenshi no These, opening theme from Neon Genesis Evangelion, available both regular and in Ura Oni mode from August 22nd to September 18th. (already available in the first Popular Song Pack)

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion 3 (September 5, 2014)
Consisting in a J-Pop song and a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion 4 (September 22, 2014)
Consisting in a Classical song and a returning Anime song, Kimi o Nosete, from Laputa: Castle in the Sky, available from September 22nd to October 19th (already available in Popular Song Pack 10).

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion 5 (October 6, 2014)
Consisting in a J-Pop song and a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin RPG Da-Don Free Songs promotion 6 (November 3, 2014)
Consisting in a J-Pop song and a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Chain Chronicle collaboration (July 18, 2015)
Consisting in a short cut of a song from the game Chain Chronicle:

Puzzle & Dragons collaboration 4 (August 10, 2015)
Consisting in two songs from Puzzle & Dragons, one returning from previous collaborations and the Pazudora Pack (though it's free for this promotion), and a new one (in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin X EXILE Collaboration (February 25, 2016)
Consisting only in a J-Pop song, no songs from other series.

Tokyo Game Show Special Event, 5th Reward(March 22, 2016)

Tales of Asteria Score Attack Rewards (April 5, 2016)
Consisting in 4 Game songs from the Tales of Series, previously only available through Gakkyoku Tori Houdai:

Tokaigi 2016 Score Attack Rewards (April 12, 2016)
Consisting in 3 recurring Game songs:

Idol Raw Battle X Taiko no Tatsujin (April 28 - July 24, 2017)
Consisting in only a J-Pop song.

Youtube UUUM X Taiko no Tatsujin (July 25 - August 21, 2017)
Consisting only in two Variety songs.

Ninja Batman X Taiko no Tatsujin (November 19 - December 21 2018)
Consisting in two new Variety songs from the movie Batman Ninja:

Gakkyoku Tori Houdai

A special system called Gakkyoku Tori Houdai was also launched on June 25, 2015 which allows users to play downloadable songs from the packs for a limited amount of time, along with some exclusive songs. Notable songs exclusive to this mode are:

Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!

July 1, 2010

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The fifth main portable game in the series, and third and last for Nintendo DS, it features 51 selectable songs with 10 of them in the Anime category, including 3 returning songs (two from Taiko no Tatsujin 13 and one from previous games, though none featured in previous DS games) and 7 new songs:

The Game Music category features 7 songs, including 2 returning songs (though none featured in previous DS games) and 4 new songs:

The Namco Original category also features 2 returning songs from other series:

  • Yokai Douchuki Ondo: remix of the main theme from Shadow Land. (from Taiko no Tatsujin: Atsumare! Matsuri da!! Yondaime and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable)
  • Lovely-X: remix of the main theme from Rally-X. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 7 and the PSP games)

Additionally the Variety category features Odoru Daisosasen, main theme from Bayside Shakedown, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 5, Taiko no Tatsujin: Appare Sandaime and Taiko no Tatsujin 6.

The J-POP category also features Melt, track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 13.

Taiko no Tatsujin Rip Slyme

July 23, 2010

The fourth and last iOS game in the series, it features 5 selectable songs, all songs performed by hip-hop group Rip Slyme and listed in the J-POP category, so there are no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin 14

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The fourteenth main arcade game in the series features 170 selectable songs, tough 5 more were added in an upgrade to the game, unofficially called Taiko no Tatsujin 14 Plus. The Anime category features 38 songs, all available from the start, including 29 returning songs (23 from Taiko no Tatsujin 13 and 6 from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!) and 9 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 19 selectable songs, including 15 returning songs (9 from Taiko no Tatsujin 13, 3 from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!! and 3 from downloadable song packs for Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2) and 4 new songs (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 6 songs from other series, including 5 returning songs (4 from Taiko no Tatsujin 13, 1 from Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!) and a new one (listed in bold):

The J-POP category also still features Galaxy Express 999, a song based on the anime Galaxy Express 999.

An update to the game, released in July 2011, added 5 songs to the game, 4 in the Namco Original category and one in the Game Music category, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime:

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime

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The tenth main console game in the series and third for Nintendo Wii, it features 71 selectable songs, with 11 of them in the Anime category, including 8 returning songs (4 introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!, 4 introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 14) and 3 new songs:

The Game Music category features 11 selectable songs, including 8 returning songs (6 from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, 2 from previous games, but none featured in previous Wii games) and 3 new songs (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features Black Rock Shooter, main theme from the show of the same name, sung by Hatsune Miku, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14.

Tae go ui darin

March 29, 2011

The South Korean version of Taiko no Tatsujin features mostly Namco Original and Korean P. There currently doesn't seem to be any song from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin AR Youkai Battle

Spring 2011

The Android version of Taiko no Tatsujin features 11 selectable songs, consisting in 9 Classic songs, 1 Variety song and 1 Cildren/Folk song, so it doesn't feature any song from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX

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The sixth main portable game in the series and fourth and last for PSP, it features 72 songs initially selectable, but a total of 110 songs were made available for download, bringing the total up to 182. The Anime category initially features only 4 songs, including one of the songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime and 3 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially features 11 selectable songs, including 7 returning songs and 4 new ones:

Additionally 4 songs are available exclusively to people who preordered the game, and these include the new Game song SMOKY THRILL, a song from The Idolmaster 2.

6 more songs are available for download since the day of release, including two Anime songs, a returning one and a new one:

Additional songs were made available monthly:

August 11, 2011
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including a new Anime song and a returning Variety song:

  • Togenkyo Alien: opening theme #9 from the anime Gintama.
  • Melt: track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, 13, 14 and Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Dororon! Yokai Daikessen!!)

September 7, 2011
Adding 4 downloadable songs, including a recurring Anime song, already featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2:

October 13, 2011
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including 2 recurring Anime songs, and a returning Game song already featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2:

  • Sousei no Aquarion: opening theme from the anime of the same name. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 11 to 14 and Metcha! Taiko no Tatsujin DS: Nanatsu no Shima no Daibouken)
  • Tank!: opening theme from the anime Cowboy Bebop. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, 13 and 14; also downloadable in Ura Oni mode)
  • No Way Back: song from God Eater. (previously downloadable in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2; also downloadable in Ura Oni mode)

November 10, 2011
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including a new Anime song and a returning Variety song from other series:

December 8, 2011
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including two returning Anime songs and a returning Variety song from another series:

January 12, 2012
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including a returning Anime song and a returning Variety song from another series:

Also included is SMOKY THRILL, a song from The Idolmaster 2, previously only available by preordering the game.

February 9, 2012
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including two returning Anime songs and a returning Namco Original song based on another series:

March 8, 2012
Adding 7 downloadable songs, including two recurring Anime songs:

April 12, 2012
Affing 6 downloadable songs, including two returning Anime songs and a returning Game song:

May 10, 2012
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including two returning Anime songs:

June 4, 2012
Adding 7 downloadable songs, including two returning Anime songs and a returning game song:

  • 1 Dream: opening theme #1 from the anime Danball Senki. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011)
  • CHA-LA HEAD-CHA-LA: opening theme #1 from the anime Dragon Ball Z. (returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, already in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable)
  • Do-Dai: song from the game The Idolmaster. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 12, 13 and Wii)

July 26, 2012
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including a returning Anime song and a returning game song:

August 30, 2012
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including 3 returning Game songs:

September 27, 2012
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including 2 returning Anime songs and a returning Game song:

  • We Go!: opening theme #15 from the anime One Piece. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb)
  • Orion o Nazoru: opening theme #1 from the anime Tiger & Bunny. (from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON))
  • Doom Noiz: music from the game Galaga Legions. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime and Taiko no Tatsujin 2011)

October 25, 2012
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including a returning Anime song and a returning Game song:

November 29, 2012
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including a returning Anime song and a new Game song:

December 20, 2012
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including an Anime song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON):

March 21, 2013
Adding 5 songs, including a returning Anime song and two returning Vocaloid songs listed in the Variety category:

Taiko no Tatsujin (2011)

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The fifteenth main arcade game in the series, it initially featured 167 selectable songs, though 15 songs were added through updates, bringing the total up to 182. The Anime category initially featured 34 selectable songs, including 28 returning songs (18 from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, one from Taiko no Tatsujin 10, 9 from console games) and 6 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially featured 15 selectable songs, including 13 returning songs (8 from Taiko no Tasujin 14, 3 from Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX, two from the Wii games) and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 5 songs from other series, including 4 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and one new song (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-, a new track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, while the J-POP category features Galaxy Express 999, a song based on the anime Galaxy Express 999, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14. The Ura Oni mode for "Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-" was added in a later update.

Additional songs were added in subsequent updates to the game, specifically:

Version 2.03 (March 13, 2012)
Adding 5 songs, including 2 new Anime songs:

The update also added Ura version of two songs already in the game, including to Lion, opening theme #2 from Macross Frontier.

Version 3.13 (April 17, 2012)
Adding 5 songs, including 2 new Anime songs and 2 new Game songs:

Version 4.03 (July 3, 2012)
Only adding a Classic and a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Version 6.01 (November 19, 2012)
Adding 6 songs, including 4 J-Pop songs and 2 anime songs from the KATSU-DON version of the game:

Version 7.03 (February 27, 2013)
Adding 3 songs, including a J-Pop song and 2 anime songs from the KATSU-DON version of the game:

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban

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The eleventh main console game in the series and fourth for Nintendo Wii, it features 105 selectable songs, with 15 of them in the Anime category, including 13 returning songs (11 from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, including 2 already featured in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii, and 2 from previous arcade games) and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 10 selectable songs, including 9 returning songs (7 from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, including one already in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime and 2 from previous games, including one introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime) and a new song (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 3 songs from other series, including 2 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011 and one new song (listed in bold):

Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb

July 12, 2012

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The seventh main portable game in the series and first for Nintendo 3DS, it features 55 selectable songs, with 12 of them in the Anime category, including 8 song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011 (5 introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, 3 introduced in previous games) and 4 new songs (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 9 selectable songs, including 2 returning songs and 7 new songs:

Additionally the Variety category features 2 songs from other series, including a returning one and a new one:

The Namco Original category also features Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-, a track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX.

Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON)

July 25, 2012

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The second version of the 2011 Taiko no Tatsujin, it initially featured 215 selectable songs, though 33 songs were added through updates, bringing the total up to 248. The Anime category initially featured 46 selectable songs, including all 38 from the original version, 3 songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb (the only one not returning is "Ohayou! Shining Day") and 5 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially featured 19 selectable songs, including all 17 from the original version, except "Monster Hunter Medley" replaced with the version from Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb, and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally the Variety category features 9 songs from other series, including all 5 from the original version, one introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb and 3 new songs (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also still features Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-, a track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku (also available in Ura Oni mode), while the J-POP category still features Galaxy Express 999, a song based on the anime Galaxy Express 999.

Additional songs were added in subsequent updates to the game, specifically:

Version 2.09 (September 27, 2012)
Adding 7 songs, including 2 new Anime songs and a new Game song:

Version 4.06 (November 2, 2012)
Adding 5 songs, including 2 new Anime songs:

Version 5.06 (November 27, 2012)
Adding 7 songs, including a new Anime song and a new game song:

Shortly after, at an unprecised update, another Game song was added:

Version 7.05 (January 30, 2013)
only adding a Namco Original song, no song from other series)

Taiko no Tatsujin Shinkyoku Tori Houdai!

August 2012

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The second Android game in the series features 43 selectable songs, all downloadable for free at the same time. 4 more songs were made available for short periods. The Anime category features 10 selectable songs, all from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON) except one from previous games:

The only song initially available in the Game Music category is Namcot Medley, a medley of songs from various Namco games, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin 10, Wii3, DS, Portable 2 and Plus, though two more songs were made available in a limited period of time.

The Variety gategory also features two returning songs from other series:

4 songs were made available for two limited periods:

McDonalds collaboration (November 2, 2012)
Consisting in a Veriety song.

Tales of the World celebration (February 27, 2013)
Consisting in a returning J-Pop song from another series and 2 returning Game songs, actually being all songs from the Tales of series featured in previous games, only available from February 27th to March 8th:

  • Karma: opening theme from Tales of the Abyss. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 8 and Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable 2)
  • Tales of Xillia Medley: medley of music from Tales of Xillia. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban and Taiko no Tatsujin Plus)
  • Tales of the Abyss: the song "The arrow was shot" from Tales of the Abyss. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 2011, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban and Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb')

Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban

November 29, 2012

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The twelfth main console game in the series and fifth and last for Nintendo Wii, it features 105 selectable songs, with 14 of them in the Anime category, including 10 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON) (4 introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), 2 returning from previous Wii games) and 4 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 17 selectable songs, including 13 returning songs (2 songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON), 11 from previous games, including 3 songs from previous Wii games) and 4 new ones (listed in bold):

Unlockable:

Additionally the Variety category features 3 songs from other series, including 2 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON) and a new one (listed in bold):

The Namco Original category also features Hatsune Miku no Shoushitsu -Gekijouban-, a track sung by Vocaloid Hatsune Miku, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin (C/N: KATSU-DON). (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode)

Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version

March 13, 2013

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The third version of the 2011 Taiko no Tatsujin, it initially featured 281 selectable songs, 41 songs were added through updates, bringing the total up to 322, though 4 songs were also removed, so the final songlist is composite of 318 songs. The Anime category initially featured 58 selectable songs, including all 51 from the previous version, 2 songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban and 5 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially featured 26 selectable songs, including all 22 from the previous version, 3 songs returning from the console games and a new song (listed in bold):

This game introduces the Vocaloid category, including exclusively songs by Vocaloids. It initially featured 15 songs, including the 8 Vocaloid songs from the previous version, one from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban and 6 new ones (listed in bold):

The Variety category still features the 2 songs from other series featured in the previous version, not counting the Vocaloid songs moved to their own section:

The J-POP category still features Galaxy Express 999, a song based on the anime Galaxy Express 999.

Additional songs were added in subsequent updates to the game, specifically:

Version 1.08 (April 18, 2013)
Adding 3 songs, including two new Anime songs:

Version 2.21 (June 19, 2013)
Adding 8 songs, a Namco Original song and 7 new Vocaloid songs:

The five Gumi songs though were timed to be available only from June 26th onwards.

Version 4.03 (July 11, 2013)
Adding 5 songs, including a new Anime song and two new Vocaloid songs:

Version 5.04 (July 24, 2013)
Adding 5 songs, including two new Anime songs and a new Vocaloid song:

Version 6.07 (August 27, 2013)
Adding 7 songs, including a Game song returning previously only featured in Taiko no Tatsujin Plus:

Version 8.03 (October 16, 2013)
Adding 3 songs, including a new Vocaloid song:

The last update however also removed 4 songs from the game: "Galaxy Express 999", "La La La Suite Precure", "Hare Hare Yukai" and "Motteke! Sailor Fuku".

Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version

November 21, 2013

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The thirteenth main console game in the series and first for Nintendo Wii U, it initially featured 70 selectable songs, though 34 more were made available for download, bringing the total up to 104. The Anime category initially featured 8 songs, including 5 returning songs (3 songs introduced in Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version, a recurring song and a song from Taiko no Tatsujin Plus) and 3 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category initially featured 10 selectable songs, including 7 returning songs and 3 new ones:

The Vocaloid category initially featured 3 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Sorairo Version:

Additionally the Variety category consists in 2 songs from other series:

6 more songs are made available for download since the day of release, including 3 Anime songs and a Game song:

Additional songs were made available monthly:

December 18, 2013
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including 2 Anime songs, a returning one and a new one, and a Vocaloid song:

  • The Other self: opening theme #1 from the anime Kuroko's Basketball 2. Removed from store on November 19, 2015.
  • Yuki Rin Rin: one of the songs from the anime Anpanman. (recurring; returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Do Don to 2 Daime)
  • Matryoshka: track sung by Vocaloids Hatsune Miku and Gumi. (recurring; returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban; also downloadable in Ura Oni mode)

January 22, 2014
Adding 6 downloadable songs, including an Anime song, a Vocaloid song and a Game song, all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version:

February 19, 2014
Adding 4 downloadable songs, including an Anime song, a Vocaloid song and a Game song, all taken from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version:

March 19, 2014
Adding 4 downloadable songs, all new Game Songs:

April 23, 2014
Adding 5 downloadable songs, including a Vocaloid song, a Variety song from another series and two Game songs, with two of these being new (in bold), while the other two are recurring song in the arcade games, that were also featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX:

May 21, 2014
Adding 3 downloadable song, including a Game song recurring in arcades and previously featured in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban:

Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version

December 11, 2013

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The fourth version of the 2011 Taiko no Tatsujin, it initially featured 342 selectable songs, 42 songs were added through updates, bringing the total up to 384, though 21 songs were also removed, so the final songlist is composite of 363 songs. The Anime category initially features 65 selectable songs, including all 60 from the final update of the previous version, 2 songs from Taiko no Tatsujin Plus and Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version and 3 new ones (listed in bold):

The Game Music category features 37 selectable songs, including all 27 from the previous version, 5 returning songs (2 from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, 3 from console games) and 5 new songs (listed in bold):

The Vocaloid category features 28 songs, including all 26 songs from the previous version and 2 new ones (listed in bold):

Additionally, the Variety category still features the 2 songs from other series featured in the previous version:

Additional songs were added in subsequent updates to the game, specifically:

Version 2.04 (January 2014)
Added 6 new unlockable songs, including 2 returning Game songs:

Version 2.05 (January 15, 2014)
Added 8 songs, including 3 Anime songs, 2 Variety songs from other series, a Vocaloid song and a Game Music songs, all new songs:

Additionaly, Ura Mode was added for "Honey Heartbeat ~10 Stars Mix~", but the song "Monster Hunter 3 (Tri) G Medley" was removed.

Version 12.01 (February 19, 2014)
Added 8 songs, including 3 Anime songs, 3 Variety songs from other series and a Video Game song, all new songs except one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version:

Version 14.07 (March 19, 2014)
Added a Vocaloid song, also available in Ura Oni mode:

Version 15.06 (April 17, 2014)
Added 6 songs, including 2 Anime songs and 4 Game songs, all new except one returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U Version:

Version 15.06 (April 17, 2014)
Added 3 songs, all new Game songs part of the "Game Music Triangle" collaboration:

Version 17.03 (May 20, 2014)
Only adding a Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken

June 26, 2014

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The eighth main portable game in the series and second for Nintendo 3DS, it initially features 63 selectable songs, plus 57 downloadable ones, bringing the total up to 120, though some were only available for limited periods of time. The Anime category initially features 10 selectable songs, 7 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version (3 of which were already featured in previous console games) and 3 new ones (in bold):

The Variety category includes 3 songs from other series, including 2 returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Wii U Version and a new one (listed in bold):

The Vocaloid category features 7 songs, including 6 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Momoiro Version and a new one (in bold):

  • Senbonzakura: featuring Hatsune Miku. (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode) (previously in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Chogouka-Ban and Taiko no Tatsujin: Wii U Version)
  • Roku-Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari: featuring IA. (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode)
  • Kagerou Days: featuring ZOLA Project. (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode)
  • Yi-er Fanclub: featuring Gumi and Kagamine Rin.
  • Noushou Sakuretsu Girl: featuring Hatsune Miku and Gumi. (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode)
  • Matryoshka: featuring Hatsune Miku and Gumi. (previously featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX, Wii: Chogouka-Ban and Wii U) (also unlockable in Ura Oni mode)
  • Eccentric w: featuring ZOLA Project.

The Game Music category includes 8 songs, one of which is actually an original Taiko no Tatsujin song, while the others are 5 returning songs and 2 new ones:

Two downloadable song packs were made available at the day of release and are:

A pack only including the new song Let It Go ~Ari no Mama de~ from the movie Frozen, added to the Anime category.

Nippon-ichi Ketteisen 2013 Finals Pack
Including 3 songs, one of which is the new Vocaloid song Karamari no Hana, featuring Yuzuki Yukari.

Subsequent downloadable song packs are:

Guruguru Tamagotchi! Set (July 1 2014)
A pack only including the Anime song GO-GO Tamagotchi!, opening theme #1 from Tamagotchi!, returning from arcade games and previously featured in Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime.

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 1 (July 25, 2014)
A pack consisting of 5 songs, including a Vocaloid song and a Variety song from another series:

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 2 (August 25, 2014)
A pack consisting of 5 songs, including 3 Anime songs:

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 3 (September 25, 2014)
A pack consisting of 5 songs, including Blue Topaz, a song from Rave Racer, returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Go! Go! Godaime.

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 4 (October 26, 2014)
A pack consisting of 5 songs, including a returning Variety song from another series, and a returning Game song:

This pack ended distribution on October 23, 2015.

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 5 (November 20, 2014)
A pack consisting of 6 songs, including an Anime song and a Vocaloid song, both returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version:

(November 20, 2014)
A pack only including the song Do You Want To Build A Snowman from the movie Frozen, listed in the Anime category; this song is also featured in Taiko no Tatsujin: Tokumori! that came out the same day, so it's not considered new to the series.

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 6 (November 25, 2014)
A pack consisting of 7 songs, including a returning Vocaloid song and a returning Game song:

  • Love×Love Whistle: track sung by Vocaloids Hatsune Miku and Kagamine Rin. (from Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version and Taiko no Tatsujin: Tokumori!)
  • DESERT STORM: music from F/A. (from Taiko no Tatsujin 14 and Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Minna de Party 3 Daime)

Popular Songs + Extra Quest Pack 7 (January 23, 2015)
A pack only consisting of 2 J-Pop songs, a Variety song and 4 Namco Original songs, no song from other series.

(February 5, 2015)

  • SWITCH ON!: main theme from Kamen Rider Fourze. (also available in Ura Oni mode) (from Taiko no Tatsujin arcade games and Taiko no Tatsujin: Chibi Dragon to Fushigi na Orb)

(February 12, 2015)
One single J-Pop song, no songs from other series.

(February 5, 2015)

  • Tank!: opening theme from the anime Cowboy Bebop. (also available in Ura Oni mode) (from Taiko no Tatsujin 14, Taiko no Tatsujin: Portable DX and Taiko no Tatsujin Plus)

(February 26, 2015)

(March 5, 2015)
One single J-Pop song, no songs from other series.

(March 12, 2015)
One single Namco Original song, no songs from other series.

(March 19, 2015)
One single J-Pop song, no songs from other series.

(March 26, 2015)

(April 2, 2015 - April 30, 2015)
5 Namco Original songs, no songs from other series.

(May 7, 2015)
One single J-Pop song, no songs from other series.

(May 14, 2015)

(May 21, 2015)
2 Game Songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version:

(May 28, 2015)

(June 4, 2015)

(June 11, 2015)

(June 18, 2015)
2 songs, including a game song returning from Taiko no Tatsujin Murasaki Version:

(June 25, 2015)

Taiko no Tatsujin Kimidori Version

July 15, 2014

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The fifth version of the 2011 Taiko no Tatsujin, it initially featured 364 selectable songs, 80 songs were added through updates, bringing the total up to 444, though 20 songs were also removed, so the final songlist is composite of 424 songs. The Anime category initially features 65 selectable songs, including all 61 from the final update of the previous version (considering that many were removed in previous updates), 3 songs returning from Taiko no Tatsujin: Don to Katsu no Jikuu Daibouken and a new one (listed in bold):