The Taiko No Tatsujin series is largely exclusive to Japan, but every now and again, these colourful rhythm titles do head West. In the case of Taiko No Tatsujin: Drum Session, it’s the first time the franchise has been brought over to Europe, making it the most widely available outing yet. However, this is still very much a niche within a niche; fans will likely already be playing, while for everyone else, it’s a harder sell.
But let’s pull back a bit. This game sees you matching taiko drum beats on screen as they scroll from right to left. Red beats represent the face of the drum, while blue ones require you to strike the rim. On a DualShock 4, the face buttons and d-pad are split between the two types, while the triggers can also be used to play the blue beats. In terms of gameplay, there’s very little more you need to know; occasionally there are larger beats that call for two button presses, and sometimes you’ll need to perform a drum roll, but you’ll essentially be matching beats to the music in the same way throughout the game.
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