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Daigassou! Band Brothers DX [NDS/JPN]

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Price: $53.98
Ships same-day (M-F) if ordered before 5PM EST
Item Number: NTR-P-AXBJ
Publisher: Nintendo
Jan/UPC Code: 4902370509755
Update: June 26, 2008 at 1:38PM EST
NCS will restock Daigassou! Band Brothers DX on Monday of next week when a second shipment arrives. Backorders placed after the time stamp above will ship on Monday. Thanks.
Update: June 26, 2008
«©NCSX» The original Daigassou Band Bros was one of those games that sold and sold and sold for months on end which eventually turned into years. Every time NCS restocked the game, we thought, "Okay, that's going to be the last shipment and we won't ever need to restock it again."

   Weeks later, the game would sell out and we'd scramble for restock from vendors in Japan and Hong Kong. The game was that good and its only other equal in terms of sales volume was the original Jump Superstars which coincidentally was also published by Nintendo. When summer rolls around, Ninty will release the proper sequel to Band Bros which is titled Daigassou! Band Bros DX.

   Rhythm gamers can look forward to over 30 music tracks and over 50 instruments to use including a guitar, piano, trumpet, and even the beeps and boops of the 8-bit Famicom. Similar to the original game and the expansion pack, the songs are from the classical, video game, animation, and J-Pop genres. Since the word "Band" is in the game title, up to eight participants in the local area can link up wirelessly and jam together to accompany sweet melodies which blare forth from the NDS' speakers.
Japanese NDS games may be played on North American and European NDS handhelds. There is no region-coding on Nintendo DS game cards.

NCS Game Notes
» Descend the stairs once again and head towards a door marked "GB Music." Enter and you're in for another rhythm game of the portable sort.
» You may enter your name in katakana, hiragana, or English. After entering 'NCSX" we were then prompted to select right-handedness or left-handedness. Next, we scribbled the signature of "NCSX" on the space under the "YOUR SIGN" text and got a GB Music Members Card.
» When playing the guitar instrument, the touch screen shows the strings of the guitar and your job is to strum them by swishing the touch pen up and down. When it's time to play the piano, the touch screen shows the black and white ivories so you can tickle them with the stylus. One instrument that doesn't require any touch screen input is your voice. The "karaoke" function in the game uses the built-in mic in the NDS to register your singing and compare the accuracy of that singing against the lyrical cues on screen.
» A Jukebox allows you to listen to the music without playing the game.

This document is ©NCSX 2008. All rights reserved. No reproduction in whole or in part of this document may be made without express written consent of National Console Support, Inc.

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