Bandai Namco Has Released The Taiko No Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival Switch Demo

On the Nintendo Switch, the digital version of the game Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival is now available. Bandai Namco has just released a demo for this latest entry, and it is available to download right now from the Switch eShop. If you are still on the fence about whether or not you want to try it out, you can do so here.

It also includes listening to songs, such as “Wonderful Everyday” and “Symphony No.5”. Additionally, it provides information to players regarding Kumo-Kyun, a new character as several other people, Omika City, and the overall plot.

PLEASE BE READY TO ROLL… IT HAS ARRIVED!

The rhythm festival-themed video game TAIKO NO TATSUJIN: RHYTHM FESTIVAL is now playable digitally on the Nintendo Switch.

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The full version of the game includes 76 songs, and a subscription service is available within the game that provides players with access to more than 500 songs at launch. Players can purchase these songs individually or as part of a bundle. There are also a lot of Nintendo songs included in the game. Our most recent post had the complete list of songs in the base game.

The first game in the series, Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum ‘n’ Fun!, can be purchased on the Switch eShop in certain regions for USD 9.99 (or your regional equivalent).