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Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan

Cover art, depicting Ryuta Ippongi

Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan, or simply "Ouendan" by fans, is a rhythm game for the Nintendo DS. This is iNiS's first attempt at a hand held video-game. Its sequel is Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2.

CharactersEdit

Main Ouendan cheer squadEdit

The Cheer Girls:

Main helped charactersEdit

Song listEdit

  1. Asian Kung-Fu Generation – "Loop & Loop" (ループ&ループ, Rūpu & Rūpu) (by Kyōya Asada)
  2. Morning Musume – "Koi no Dance Site" (恋のダンスサイト, Koi no Dansu Saito) (by Kaoru Kubota, Fumio Kobayashi, Yūko Yajima, Mari Nabatame, and Akina Okabayashi)
  3. Ulfuls – "Guts da ze!!" (ガッツだぜ!!, Gattsu da ze!!) (by Hiroaki Takeuchi)
  4. 175R – "Melody" (メロディー, Merodī)
  5. The Blue Hearts – "Linda Linda" (リンダ リンダ, Rinda Rinda) (by Daisaku Shimada of Bevenuts)
  6. nobodyknows+ – "Kokoro Odoru" (ココロオドル, literally "The heart dances") (by Bugashman, Cantaman, Moss, Mouse-P, and Sausen)
  7. B'z – "Atsuki Kodō no Hate" (熱き鼓動の果て, literally "A hot heartbeat's limit") (by Tetsushi Kimura)
  8. Tomoyasu Hotei – "Thrill" (スリル, Suriru) (by Hiroaki Takeuchi)
  9. Road of Major – "Taisetsu na Mono" (大切なもの, literally "Something important") (by NoB)
  10. Linda Yamamoto – "Neraiuchi" (狙いうち, literally "Shooting") (by Kaoru Kubota)
  11. Kishidan – "One Night Carnival" (by Kei Imai of South 2 Camp)
  12. Hitomi Yaida – "Over The Distance" (by Ayako Kawajima)
  13. The Yellow Monkey – "Taiyō ga Moeteiru" (太陽が燃えている, literally "The Sun is Burning") (by Mitsuru Yanagisako)
  14. Orange Range – "Shanghai Honey" (上海ハニー, Shanhai Hanī) (by Bugashman, Cantaman, Moss, Mouse-P, Sausen, mimi, and Akasanajar)
  15. L'Arc-en-Ciel – "Ready Steady Go" (by Tetsushi Kimura)

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