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|You and your brother are sumo|
wrestlers in training. You also need
to practice doing cool poses.
|Rhythm Heaven Megamix|
- The hand slap (「はり手」?, "Hari-te"): following the "Ton Ton Ton Ton" (「トントントントン」?) cue, the brothers slap each other's hands on every beat.
- The stomping (「シコ」?, "Shiko"): following the "Kon, Kon" (「コン、コン」?) cue, the brothers stomp the ground every other beat.
- The finishing pose (ポーズ?, Pōzu): following the "Pii!" (「ピーー！」?) cue, the brothers strike a pose.
- Ⓐ/Tap: Slap/stomp
- Ⓑ/Tap: Pose
- Perfect!/Ace!: When slapping, the brothers' hands collide together, making a slapping sound. When stomping, the brothers stomp in unison, creating a strong stomping sound. When posing, the brothers pose in unison, with a painting and confetti in the background.
- Early!/Late!: In each action, the player performs them out of sync, making a "tick" sound. The player's eyes open in shock with sweat coming down while Inu-Sensei gives an annoyed look. The finishing pose does not show a painting nor confetti.
- Miss...: When slapping, the player gets pushed backward with a "doink" sound, or otherwise slaps the air if they attempt to slap off the beat. When stomping, the player falls backward with a "doink" sound. When posing, the brothers humurously turn in awkward positions. The finishing pose does not show a painting nor confetti. In all cases, Inu-Sensei gives an annoyed look.
|Don't be shy with the slaps.|
More discipline needed with your posing...
|We...are the Sumo Bros...||We are the Sumo Bros.||WE ARE THE SUMO BROS!|
|Fake Glasses||Vision Quest|
|People kept mistaking me for|
my brother and vice versa, so
I started wearing glasses.
Then I noticed ladies paid
more attention to me with
glasses. Don't tell my brother.
The Skill Star appears during the two consecutive poses.
Sumo Brothers appears in the following Challenge Train courses:
- This is one of the Rhythm Games to have vocal noises in the background, rather than actual lyrics. Other games like this are Love Lab and Pajama Party.
- The finishing poses depict two real-life paintings in the background:
- The first painting is widely known as Ōtani Oniji III in the Role of the Servant Edobei, painted by Tōshūsai Sharaku in 1794.
- The second painting that appears is known as The Great Wave off Kanagawa, painted by Katsushika Hokusai in 1831. This painting is often considered the most recognizable work of Japanese art in the world.
In Other Languages
|Japanese||ごっつぁん兄弟||Gottsan Brothers ("Gottsan" is a sumo greeting meaning "thank you")|
|French||Frères sumo||Sumo brothers|
|Spanish||Sumo para dos||Sumo for two|
|Italian||Gemelli del sumo||Sumo twin|
|Korean||스모 형제||Sumo Brother|
- Rhythm Paradise Megamix Back Cover (Spanish/Portuguese)