Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival is now available digitally on the Nintendo Switch. If you’re still unsure about this latest entry, Bandai Namco has just released a demo that you can download right now from the Switch eShop.
It comes with a few songs to listen to, like “Wonderful Everyday” and “Symphony No.5” It also tells players about Kumo-Kyun, a new character, and a few other people, Omika City, and the story.
Drum roll please… 🥁 It's here!
Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival is now available to play digitally on Nintendo Switch!
There's something in Omiko City for everyone. If you haven't downloaded it yet, why not give the demo a try? pic.twitter.com/dQCAVZqsm3
— Taiko no Tatsujin (@taiko_en) September 23, 2022
There are 76 songs in the full version of the game, and there is also a subscription service within the game that gives players access to more than 500 songs at launch. The game also has a lot of songs from Nintendo. Our last post has the full list of songs in the base game.
The original game, Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun!, is also on sale for $9.99 USD on the Switch eShop in some places (or your regional equivalent).