Rhythm Festival is classic, timeless Taiko no Tatsujin rhythm action, but with a new track list, new minigames, and an expansive Music Pass.
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Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival launches with a 76-track song list in the base game, with a subscription service to access hundreds more.
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