Groove Coaster is Getting a New Undertale-Themed DLC

Friday, September 14th, 2018

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Degica Games has revealed that Groove Coaster is getting a brand new Undertale-themed DLC on Steam. According to their press release, the Undertale-themed DLC for Groove Coaster will arrive sometime in October 2018. The press release was unfortunately a bit short on specifics regarding music track information on the new DLC, but they did reveal that it will also include some new avatars based on Undertale, as you can see below:

oprainfall | Groove Coaster New Avatars

 

Groove Coaster is a rhythm game that launched on Steam on July 16th, 2018. The game has gone from arcades to smart phones, and has now made its way onto Steam for PC players. The game includes a total of 36 original music tracks from various video game music composers. New tracks are released monthly as DLCs, according to the game’s Steam page.

Here is the reveal trailer for Groove Coaster‘s upcoming Undertale-themed DLC:

 

The game page on Steam says it has a single-handed “casual” mode and an “arcade” mode with two-handed, groove-synced gameplay. There is also a non-stop mode that allows you to select up to ten songs and play through them all. The base game also comes with 26 avatars and 6 items to mix and match. The game’s Steam page also provides a list of the 36 music tracks in the base game, which are as follows:

  • ADRENA / C-Show
  • Analysis Division / Masayoshi Minoshima
  • Black MInD / COSIO (ZUNTATA)
  • Bright Lights / aran
  • DX Choseinou Full Metal Shojo / IOSYS TRAX (uno with.Chiyoko)
  • Five to Seven / Sampling Masters AYA
  • Future Coaster / Sakuzyo
  • Got more raves? / E.G.G.
  • Groove Revolver / Xeami
  • Horizons / M-Project
  • Lethal Dose / sky_delta
  • LINK LINK FEVER!!! / LINKA (CV: Moe Toyota)
  • MAD FREAKS / DJ Myosuke
  • MERLIN / REDALiCE
  • MIRACLE PARTY / DJ Genki
  • Music Plot Type Three / COSIO (ZUNTATA)
  • No Way Out / ARM (IOSYS)
  • OMAKENO Stroke / t+pazolite
  • Period of Revolution / COSIO (ZUNTATA)
  • Play merrily NEO / Shohei Tsuchiya (ZUNTATA) feat. Aimee B
  • Scarlet Lance / MASAKI (ZUNTATA)
  • Seizya no Kodo / Xeami
  • Shiva / Massive New Krew
  • Sign of “10.5km” / Yasuhisa Watanabe
  • SKYSCRAPER / Dr. ARM (IOSYS)
  • Smash a mirror / Shohei Tsuchiya (ZUNTATA) feat. SATOMI
  • Solar Storm / xi
  • STAR COASTER / D.watt (IOSYS)
  • Stardust Vox / DJ Laugh a.k.a. uno (IOSYS)
  • Thrash Beat / COSIO (ZUNTATA)
  • tiny tales continue / Chroma
  • TRIPLE3T / SATO(SANODG & KATO [noisycroak])
  • Under The Moon / void (Mournfinale)
  • VEGAS / SATO(SANODG & KATO [noisycroak])
  • Wacky dance ethnic / Sampling Masters MEGA
  • Warrior / Cranky

Also, there are already a handful of prior DLCs available for the game, each priced at $1.99.

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Putting programming and gaming together, Michael became a hobbyist game developer which may give him some good insights on game development! Most recently, he has been playing with the free version of the Unity engine (a powerful and easy-to-use game engine).

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