The googly-eyed Patapons march to the rhythm of the drum! First released in 2007 to worldwide critical acclaim, a remastered edition is out today on PlayStation 4.
Described by its creators as “Command & Carnival”, Patapon is a mash-up of strategy, simulation and music game elements. In order to reach the end of the earth and defeat the foes that stand in their way, the player commands their little guys to march, fight and much more, just by beating a drum rhythm. This hit series’ three games made their way into players’ hearts with their addictive blend of rhythmic drumming, strategic character development and troop composition, and of course, the characterful, lively little Patapons themselves.
Released in 2006 on PlayStation Portable, LocoRoco is a platformer where users control cute little round and puffy creatures called LocoRoco, rolling and bouncing them around to reach the end of the level using the L and R buttons. With its simple yet addictive controls, lovable characters, and popular soundtrack, LocoRoco became a hit and won multiple game awards from around the world.
PaRappa the Rapper released on the original PlayStation in 1996, and starting today you can play the iconic rhythm game on PlayStation 4!
To celebrate the release of PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, please enjoy this special interview between the father of PaRappa, Masaya Matsuura, and the president of SIE Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida.
During the PlayStation Experience Showcase this morning, we were finally able to pump up the volume on three classic games with two things connecting them: 1) They feature music in a unique way and 2) They are all getting remastered!
Gravity Rush Remastered, an upgraded version of the highly acclaimed PlayStation Vita hit, is officially making its way to PS4 on February 9th, 2016.
Invizimals: The Resistance hits PS Vita digitally today for $19.99! As fans of the series are well aware, Invizimals are the invisible creatures found throughout our world that require special devices to see and capture. Hunters across the globe have been using their PSP and more recently PS Vita to track down these playful, adventurous creatures throughout the years.
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