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"Taiko Master Hibiki! (Hibiki's tuning fork tapping noise followed by pre-transformation noise) "
―Activation announcement[src]

"Gashat! Let's Ride! Metcha Ride! Mutcha Ride! What's your Ride!? I'm a Legend Rider!"
Level 1 announcement[src]

"Gachan! Level Up! (Ongekikou hitting noise) Hit! Hit! Hit! Taiko Master Hibiki! (tuning fork ringing noise) (DoReMiFa Beat-styled song)"
Level 2 announcement[src]

"A Gacha! Do-Don-Don-Do-Don! Do-Don-Don-Do-Don! Kitaetemasukara Hibiki!(Hibiki post-transformation noise)(Bang Bang Shooting-styled song)"
Level 3 announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Taiko Master Critical Strike!"
―Gamer Driver finisher announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! Taiko Master Critical Finish!"
―Weapon finisher announcement[src]

"Kimewaza! (Word from other Gashat's name) Hibiki Critical Finish!"
Gashacon Key Slasher finisher announcement[src]

Taiko Master Hibiki (太鼓マスター響鬼 Taiko Masutā Hibiki, lit. Drum Master Hibiki) is a video game based on Kamen Rider Hibiki. It also serves as the basis for the Taiko Master Hibiki Gashat.

History

Taiko Master Hibiki was developed as part of a series of Heisei Rider Gashats by Genm Corp.. As part of CEO Kuroto Dan's ambition to gather the power of the legends preceeding his own Kamen Riders, they contributed to the completion of his Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing. Part. I: Legend Rider Stage

A manifestation of Kamen Rider Hibiki (仮面ライダー響鬼 Kamen Raidā Hibiki) appeared from the Ganbarizing Game Area after the Collabos Bugster who generated it was destroyed by Kamen Rider Ex-Aid. Part. II: Legend Gamer Stage While Poppy Pipopapo mistook Hibiki for a malicious demon and ran away, Ex-Aid recognized him as another Kamen Rider. Provided with the Bandai Namco Taiko no Tatsujin Gashat by "Dr. Pac-Man", Ex-Aid realized it was the perfect counter to Hibiki's Ongekibou Rekka. Inserting the Gashat into his Kimewaza Slot Holder, Ex-Aid performed the Critical Strike which armed him with a pair of taiko sticks with which he repeled Hibiki's fireballs by matching his rhythm before deflecting their combined firepower back at him, besting Hibiki and clearing the game.

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Genm performing the Ganbarizing Critical Strike.

Soon after, Hibiki appeared as part of a gathering of the first seventeen Heisei Riders which empowered Genm as he performed the Ganbarizing Critical Strike, defeating the three doctor Riders with one Rider Kick. Returning to his lair, Dan announced to Parado, who had taken the guise of Dr. Pac-Man, that everything was proceeding according to plan as his assembly of Gashats was completed. Part. III: Final Legend Stage

Hibiki Gamer

Taiko Master Hibiki Gashat

Taiko Master Hibiki Gashat

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Behind the scenes

Among the Rider Gashats based off the first thirteen Heisei Riders, Taiko Master Hibiki appears on-screen in Kamen Rider Ex-Aid "Tricks": Kamen Rider Genm; its associated Hibiki Gamer features exclusively in Kamen Rider Battle: Ganbarizing.

Notes

  • The game's first two words of its title is the literal English translation of the game Taiko no Tatsujin, which coincidentally also has its own Gashat.
  • The Gashat's Level 2 jingle is a remix of DoReMiFa Beat's Level 2 jingle.
  • The Gashat's Level 3 jingle is a remix of BangBang Shooting's Level 3 jingle.

Appearances

See also