We'll leave the "issues" regarding Let's Tap for later discussion: whether Let's Tap is yet another minigame collection or a clever, unique design; if anything other than a superior mascot platformer is a disappointing post-Sega (sort of) debut for Yuji Naka; and if a game about slapping the table has real potential for fun or if it's just five minutes worth of gimmickry.

There's another question that is foremost on our minds: Which do you think is more likely to inspire rhythmic drumming: Let's Tap or its theme song?

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