Taiko Drum Master (PS2)

Taiko Drum Master (PS2)
alaScore 84

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Dez 2017

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Expertenbewertung von: Matt Swider (gamingtarget.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

Like most rhythm-oriented titles, Taiko doesn't take advantage of the PS2's graphics capabilities. However, it does have personality that is especially charming if you like cute characters. It's a far cry from the cool stylings of Guitar Hero, so don't...

Jan 2007

Expertenbewertung von: Rick "32_footsteps" Healey (netjak.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

One of the best moments from E3 2003 was hanging out after the show with Clay and other friends. In particular, one moment sticks out, when Clay brought out his Japanese PS2 and showed us Namco$B!G(Bs drumming game,

Presuming that you can get past the controller$B!G(Bs obvious design flaws, Taiko Drum Master is without a doubt the best rhythm game available for the PS2. Part of this arises from the sheer simplicity of the concept. But even more important,...

Jan 2005

Editor's Choice!

Expertenbewertung von: Mark Smith (gamechronicles.com)

TAIKO: Drum Master - ps2

 

The menus are all colorful and easy to read and surprisingly simple to navigate with the various portions of the drum

Dez 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Daniel "monk" Pelfrey (dignews.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

The tradition of releasing games that require a specific peripheral to be played properly goes way back, long before the infamous Dreamcast Maracas. One publisher that takes this to heart is Namco, who finally sees fit to bring the Taiko series to...

It's a different type of music/rhythm game ; Eclectic music to choose from ; The peripheral is cool ; Minigames

Some of the song selections don't work ; An expensive proposition to be played properly ; It would have been nice if the HDD was used to be able to download songs ; An unlockable 4th difficulty level (does it really need to get even harder?) ; Not...

Taiko Drum Master is worth getting - with some caveats: 1. You are willing to spend the extra money in the first place 2. You are willing to buy a second (third party) drum for two player music making 3. Can stomache several songs that have to be...

Dez 2004

Expertenbewertung von: James Cunningham (the-nextlevel.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

Namco's digital music title ends up skipping a few notes of fun.

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Nov 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Patrick Klepek (gaming-age.com)

TAIKO: Drum Master

 

We pick up two drum sticks and give Namco's excellent music/rhythm game a run.

Additionally, whatever music licensing company Namco utilized for TAIKO: Drum Master should be the standard for the rest of the music/rhythm game genre; the covers here are absolutely fantastic. Several of rock and punk covers sound note-to-note like...

Nov 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Eric Qualls (gamesfirst.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

Taiko Drum Master comes with a special drum controller that you have to beat in time with onscreen icons. How can a game that comes with a drum not be fun? Fans of music and rhythm games are in for a treat. And kids bent on really ticking off the...

Nov 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Brian_Gee (gamerevolution.com)

Taiko Drum Master Review for the PS2

 

Beat it like it owes you money.

Taiko drum action!; Variety of tracks; Fun for the whole family

If you spend the family savings; Limited depth; More gimmick than game

Taiko Drum Master is a good party game thanks to its simple,primal control and eclectic selection of songs, but like other gimmicky rhythmgames (see SambaDe Amigo), it can lay a serious beatdown on the wallet. For one hundred dollarsyou could buy a...

Nov 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Chris Buffa (gamedaily.com)

TAIKO: Drum Master Review

 

Get your beat on with Namco's latest release for the PlayStation 2. Make sure you get your drums.

Donkey Konga was a huge disappointment because it was too easy. Not so with Taiko Drum Master. Namco's drum game is a quality rhythm game that's great to play at parties or by yourself, and the decent selection of songs and various difficulties mean...

Nov 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Phil Theobald (gamespy.com)

Taiko Drum Master

 

Namco brings a little rhythm into the PS2's library, traditional Japanese drumming-style.

Fun multiplayer mode; good variety of music; hitting drums is cool

Could use more songs; missing some great Namco tunes; only three mini-games

Okt 2004
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