|Taiko no Tatsujin: Session de Dodon ga Don!|
|Publisher(s)||Bandai Namco Entertainment|
|Release date(s)||Stated for 2017|
Taiko no Tatsujin: Session de Dodon ga Don! (太鼓の達人 セッションでドドンがドン！) is a upcoming Taiko no Tatsujin game for the PlayStation 4. It was stated to be released in 2017.
It was the first Taiko no Tatsujin game to be released on a PlayStation home console since Doka! to Oomori Nanadaime on PlayStation 2 and the 4th game to be released on a 8th-generation home video game console, following Atsumete★Tomodachi Daisakusen! on Nintendo Wii U.
As usual for a Taiko no Tatsujin game on consoles, it comes in either just the game itself or the bundle with TaTaCon controller for the retail version.
The core gameplay is mostly the same as recent Taiko no Tatsujin game releases. Session de Dodon go Don!, however, includes a new mode: The Session Mode.
In this mode, player will plays the songs with the 'ghost play' data from other friends in the online-only Friend Session Play (requires PlayStation Plus subscription.) and plays the songs with guest characters in the single-player-only Guest Session Play.
Many of the customization elements from recent Taiko no Tatsujin arcades, such as title customization, were also introduced. Player can earns the Don kobans by completing the missions listed in the Mission Bingo menu and use them to unlock songs and customize parts.
New to this game is the Kozuchi note, which works similar to the Fuusen balloon note as seens in the mobile games. It also supports local multiplayer up to two players.
Starting with this game, the J-POP genre was now renamed to Pops.
|Zen Zen Zense
|RADWIMPS||Main theme song for anime movie Your name.|
|Yu Takahashi||Ending theme song for anime movie Crayon Shin-chan: Invasion!! Alien Shiriri.|
|SHISHAMO||Song for Docomo commercial.|
|RPG||Sekai no Owari||Theme song for anime movie Crayon Shin-chan: Very Tasty! B-class Gourmet Survival!!|
|Ninjyary Bang Bang
|Kyary Pamyu Pamyu|
|Golden Bomber||Insert song for TV anime series Ixion Saga DT.|
|GReeeeN||Theme song for TV drama series Rookies.|
|Ai Ootsuka||Ending theme song for TV drama series Mecha Mecha iketerū!|
|The Blue Hearts|
|BUMP OF CHICKEN||Insert song for TV drama series Serching for my polestar.|
|Yume wo Kanaete Doraemon
|mao||3rd opening theme song for TV anime series Doraemon (2005).|
|Tonari no Totoro
|Azumi Inoue||Ending theme song for anime movie My Neighbor Totoro.|
|Let It Go ~Ari no Mama de~
Let It Go～ありのままで～
|Takako Matsu||Japanese Insert song for 3DCG animated movie Frozen. The Japanese version of the song 'Let it Go'.|
|AouP||Second opening theme song for TV anime series Mr. Osomatsu.|
|A Cruel Angel's Thesis
|Yoko Takahashi||Opening theme song for TV anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion. Ura track version also available.|
|Youkoso Japari Park e
|Doubutsu Biscuits x PPP||Opening theme song for TV anime series Kemono Friends.|
|DECO*27 feat. Miku Hatsune|
|Roku-Chounen to Ichiya Monogatari
|kemu feat. IA||Ura track version also available.|
|Night of Knights
|Beat Mario||Arranged remix music from Touhou Project.|
|Heaven and Hell Overture
|Tales of Berseria Medley
|Remixed music from video game Tales of Berseria.|
|KAGEKIYO ～Genpei Toma Den Medley～
|Yuji Matsubuchi||Arranged music from arcade video game Genpei Toma Den. 1P and 2P Ura track versions also available.|
|Tsunagare! Hirogare! Uchi-agare!
|Song debut in Session de Dodon ga Don!|
To be added.
- Session de Dodon ga Don! is the only game on the PlayStation home console that, for the first time, skipped Sony's 7th-generation home console (The PlayStation 3) and released for the latest one.