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Daigassou! Band Brothers

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Daigassou! Band Brothers
Daigassou Band Brothers original box.png
Developer(s): Nintendo
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: Nintendo DS
Category: Music
Players: (Unknown)
Predecessor: Game Boy Music (cancelled)
Successor: Daigassou! Band Brothers Tsuikakyoku Cartridge
Copyrights: ©2004 Nintendo
Pricing
Release dates
N. America:

(Unreleased)

Japan:

November 2, 2004

Europe:

(Unreleased)

Australia:

(Unreleased)

S. Korea:

(Unknown)

China:

(Unknown)

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Daigassou! Band Brothers is a Nintendo DS game, and the first game in the Jam with the Band series. It is succeeded by the Daigassou! Band Brothers Tsuikakyoku Cartridge expansion, and Jam with the Band (Daigassou! Band Brothers DX in Japan; an upgraded version of the game).

There is also another variation of the package, released on the same date as the original game with includes stereo headphones; called Daigassou! Band Brothers Plus Stereo Headphone.

Gameplay[edit]

Daigassou! Band Brothers features a human character called Barbara the Bat, and her recording studio GB Music. Players can either play along to the beat of songs, or optionally sing into the Nintendo DS microphone to be a vocalist.[1]

References[edit]

Jam with the Band series logo
Main series
Derivative software