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Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! is massively enjoyable
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Originally released in 2001 as an arcade rhythm game, the Taiko no Tatsujin series has become one of Bandai Namco’s global icons, despite decades of regional blocking that kept games of the little drum relegated, legally, only in Japan.In fact, while the saga had sequel after sequel both in its arcade format and on all the consoles you can imagine -including the notable 3DS versions- the western market had to settle for importing many of these titles.

The well worn rhythm action game staples are here: a kind of horizontally scrolling conveyor belt, with various notes dotted on it, and a point on the screen where we have to hit the buttons when the notes cross it. There are red notes and blue: Red require a push of the A button, and blue needs you to hit B. There are other buttons that you can use instead, should you wish, but I found A and B the easiest to hit accurately when things get a little frantic.

This would be all well and fine if the game hosted some sort of skill-based matchmaking, but it doesn’t. You are just as likely to be an A-rank player facing off against a C-rank player on Easy difficulty as you are to be an A-rank player facing off against an S-rank player on Extreme. Both of these aren’t optimal situations, as C-rank players have less to lose points from, and S-rank players are obviously there because they’re good at the game, and rarely will there be an exception.

Of course, the experience with the drums, whether they are arcade or the special peripherals that have come out on other consoles, is superior, but the transition to the controls, especially to know the series, is not so terrible. That if, of all the controls, the Xbox Series X is perhaps the least favorite that I have to enjoy the series, due to its convex buttons and its very sensitive pad. On the other hand, the PC version, being able to play it with a keyboard, quickly became one of my favorite ways, mainly due to the ability to remap the keys and the faster response speed.

It may not be that much of a surprise but Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master! is massively enjoyable. While the songs range from easy to “surely only an octopus can hit all these notes!”, the challenge can be tweaked to suit everyone, and it turns out that a little drumming is a surprisingly relaxing pastime. The music is great, the action is fun, and the whole atmosphere delivered here is one of almost Zen-like calm.

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