Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version! details party games

Omikoshi Battle, Janjan Wanko Soba, and Kabuki.

Bandai Namco has released new information and screenshots of Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version! introducing three of the game’s multiplayer party minigames.

Get the details below.

■ Party Games

Omikoshi Battle

Omikoshi Battle is a game played with two teams. Match the rhythm and carry the omikoshi shrines.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

The signal to clash is when the omikoshi shrines shine. Mash buttons during a clash to blow away your opponent.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

Janjan Wanko Soba

Slurp and eat soba while matching the rhythm that it goes into the bowl.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

When the ramen comes, be sure to blow on it. Blow on it four times to eat it without any any problems.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

Kabuki

Dance while following the pattern of the baby chick dancing in the middle of the room.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

By clearing the minigame, you will unlock higher difficulties.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

By playing the minigame many times over, you may even be able to unlock new performance characters for use in performance games.

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version!

Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version! is due out on July 19 in Japan, and in Southeast Asia with an English language option day one patch on August 9. If you are at World Hobby Fair Summer 2018 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba on June 23 and 24, Taiko Drum Master: Nintendo Switch Version! will be playable.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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