Moero! Nekketsu Rhythm Damashii Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan 2 is the sequel to Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan.
Six years after the first Ouendan game, we see The Cheer Squad ready to face another year. This time, a new squad appears, The Encouraging Nobility. The game uses the exact same game mechanics as the previous Ouendan game, with some new features from Elite Beat Agents, such as single-cart multiplayer and a 3-D map.
- Hajime Tanaka (easy)
- Ryuta Ippongi (medium)
- Kai Domeki (hard) (leader)
- Atsushi Saito (eyepatch)
- Ittetsu Suzuki (mohawk)
The Cheer Girls:
The Encouraging Nobility
- Shinta Kikuchi (easy)
- Hayato Saionji (medium)
- Kaoru Kiryuin (hard) (leader)
- Tsuyoshi Moriyama (glasses, bald)
- Kenshin Sugita (not bald, orange hair, ponytail, squints)
The Cheer Maidens:
Main helped characters
- Tsuyoshi Hanada (from the first game)
- Yuria Satake (girl student starting a choir)
- Ebi-yama (sumo wrestler)
- Shintaro Kuroiwa (doctor on vacation)
- Kaede (ex-wrestler, now married)
- Monkey-kun (toy)
- Karizou Moriyama (barber)
- Santarou Zaiko (shoe seller)
- Momotarou Okayama (old man)
- Christine Kamogawa (author)
- Masashi (boy who likes moving girl)
- Gorou Ookami (werewolf)
- Takuya Matsurida (bed wetter)
- Mana Shiratori (follows her sister's figure skating dream)
- Matsuko Shirokane (buckteeth), Kazuyo Aoyama (glasses), Tamao Mita (purple hair)
- Soushi Yamada (fast, glasses), Kousuke Yamashita (strong), Mamoru Fukai (smart, no glasses)
- Packet-Man (cell phone spirit) (song: Samurai Blue)
Missions and Songs
- ♪ - denotes that the track is performed by the original artist.
1. Sukima Switch - "Zenryoku Shōnen" (全力少年) (literally "Full-powered Boy")
2. Kaela Kimura - "Rirura Riruha" (リルラ リルハ) (an abbreviation of "Real Life Real Heart")
3. FLOW - "Okuru Kotoba" (贈る言葉) (literally "Words to Give You")
4. Ken Hirai - "Pop Star"
5. Hitomi Yaida - "Go my way"
6. The Checkers - "Julia ni Heartbreak" (ジュリアに傷心) (Juria ni Shōshin, literally "Heartbroken for Julia")
7. Going Under Ground - "VISTA" ♪
8. Home Made Kazoku - "Shōnen Heart" (少年ハート) (Shōnen Hāto, literally "Boyish Heart")
9. mihimaru GT - "Kibun Jōjō ↑↑" (気分上々↑↑) (literally "Best Feeling")
10. Tomoyasu Hotei - "Bambina (バンビーナ) (Banbīna)
11. SMAP - "Bang! Bang! Vacances!" (BANG! BANG! バカンス!, BANG! BANG! Bakansu!) ("vacances" being the French word for "vacation")
12. Ai - "Believe"
13. Kishidan - "Zoku" (族, literally "Family")
14. Porno Graffitti - "Music Hour" (ミュージック・アワー) (Myūjikku Awā)
15. HYDE - "Countdown"
16. Sambomaster - "Sekai wa Sore o Ai to Yobundaze" (世界はそれを愛と呼ぶんだぜ) (literally "That's What the World Calls Love!")
These songs are unlocked by earning more ranks, which is achieved by gaining a high enough total high score.
- Orange Range - "Monkey Magic" (Act 3)
- NANA Starring Mika Nakashima - "Glamorous Sky" (Act 4)
- ZZ - "Samurai Blue" ♪ (Act 6)
- Players who fail any mission before the last two on the easiest difficulty are granted an immediate second chance with their spirit meter put back at half full.
- A revamped ranking system that unlocks special Ouendan pictures when certain ranks are reached, as well as a harder mode where timer circles are hidden in exchange for a global 1.5x score multiplier.
- Mission outros can now be skipped.
- A bug in the tutorial mode that desynchronizes the music when it is paused is patched, allowing players to pause in the tutorial, unlike in Elite Beat Agents.
- Improved replay management; players can now delete replays individually and save up to a total of 20 replays; multiple replays can now be for the same mission and/or same difficulty level.
- The top 3 high scores for a mission are retained, with detailed statistics saved with the highest score.
- The multiplayer mode offers increased flexibility with character choice, with many more characters to play as due to the doubling of the cast of characters.
- "EBA Mode" is available as downloadable content to replace Ouendan with Elite Beat Agents skins.