According to ESRB, this game contains: Mild Language, Violence
Parents should have no trouble with this game. The design of this game is very cartoony and cutesy to the point of sugar overload in its bizarre but distinctly Japanese style. Most of the modern music is of bubble gum variety and the lyrics will most likely not be found objectionable.
Bargain Hunters should feel free to pass on this game. $69.99 is quite an investment for a game that, while fun and has some replay value, will quickly be put aside.
Although Taiko: Drum Master is based on rhythm and playing along with the music tracks provided, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Gamers can play along simply by following the visual cues of the notes as they line up with the accuracy Frame (scores are reflected by the onscreen feedback "Great", "Good", "Bad", and "Miss").
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