Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don! launches October 26 in Japan

Watch the Japanese drum rhythm action game's latest trailer.

Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don!

Taiko Drum Master: Session de Dodon ga Don! will launch for PlayStation 4 in Japan on October 26, Bandai Namco announced.

The Japanese drum rhythm action game will be available by itself for 6,100 yen or bundled with the “Drum and Drumsticks for PlayStation 4” controller for 9,980 yen. A digital “Deluxe Version” including the “Donda Pack Vol. 1 to 6 Set” Season Pass will also be available for 9,288 yen.

The Season Pass can also be purchased by itself for 2,700 yen. It includes six music packs, each containing five additional songs. Outside of the Season Pass, each pack can be purchased individually for 540 yen. The release dates for each pack are as follows:

  • Donda Pack Vol. 1 – October 26, 2017
  • Donda Pack Vol. 2 – November 2017
  • Donda Pack Vol. 3 – December 2017
  • Donda Pack Vol 4. – January 2018
  • Donda Pack Vol. 5 – February 2018
  • Donda Pack Vol. 6 – March 2018

Early purchases will include a code to download the Namco original song “Ryuu to Kokuen no Himegimi.”

If you missed it, read all about the game here.

Watch a new trailer below. View the official box art at the gallery.

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