With both the game and its soundtrack being so popular, rhythm gaming collaborations like Taiko no Tatsujin are a natural fit for Undertale.
This month’s Nintendo Direct was a lot of fun to watch. Despite the fact that it didn’t reveal Breath of the Wild 2 or Hollow Knight: Silksong, gamers were given a taste of some of Nintendo’s most popular franchises, such as Kirby and the Forgotten Land and Splatoon 3. EarthBound Beginnings and EarthBound will be coming to Nintendo Switch Online, and a new Taiko no Tatsujin game, this time possibly exclusive to the Switch, were also announced, to name just a few surprises.
In arcades:Taiko no Tatsujin is especially popular in Japan.
as its name suggests. In the arcade version of the rhythm game, players hold a pair of drumsticks and hit a taiko drum in time with the music. As well as Tekken and Ace Attorney, the long-running franchise has collaborated with Animes like Assassination Classroom and One Piece. When Taiko no Tatsujin: Rhythm Festival was released, it used some of the groundbreaking music from Undertale, which has since become extremely popular.
An Undertale Song Was Performed For The Pope As a Tribute
The Popularity of Undertale
Undertale with a Christmas tree in the background. ‘Tis the season!
Undertale ranks alongside Celeste, Stardew Valley, and Cuphead as one of the most popular indie games ever. However, Undertale’s infamously passionate fanbase would go on to become known as some of gaming’s most toxic—though it is derived from a love for the game itself. To say that Undertale is beloved is an understatement: its gameplay is challenging but well-executed, the dialogue is witty and realistic, the cast of characters are eccentric but lovable, the soundtrack is widely regarded as one of the best in gaming, and the game’s overall quality is undeniable, whether it’s been exaggerated or not.
In the gaming community:
Undertale’s soundtrack is widely regarded as one of the best, and many agree that “Megalovania” is one of its most memorable songs. “Megalovania,” unlike Sans’ theme, only plays if the player reaches the end of the Genocide Route and faces off against the pun-loving bonehead. Undertale fans will remember this moment for a long time. Many other songs, such as “Hopes and Dreams,” “Heartache,” “Bonetrousle,” and many others by the Pacifist Runs, could be said to be the same.
The Music from Undertale Is Perfect for Rhythm-Based Games.
The Metaton Fight in Undertale
Undertale’s music is a perfect fit for rhythm games due to the intensity and acclaim it has received since its release. Beat Saber, StepMania, and even Guitar Hero all have remixes of “Megalovania,” “Bonetrousle,” and any other big Undertale song. Even though rhythm gaming isn’t usually covered in AAA news, Undertale has proven to be a popular choice for fan-created levels, which is why using the officially licenced music legally is a good decision for making sales. In fact, Drum’n’Fun’s Undertale Pack DLC was a collaboration between Undertale and Taiko no Tatsujin in an older Nintendo Switch release. A few songs, but including “Heartache,” Toriel’s boss fight song, and “Megalovania,” which are some of the most powerful numbers in Undertale.
it’s not clear which other Undertale songs will be included in the latest Taiko no Tatsujin. As of now, there are 76 songs in the game’s roster that can be played on the drums, so hopefully Rhythm Festival will have a longer list than the previous DLC pack.