Summary: I really like this game. The low reviews this game got from some of the major reviewers make no sense. The game is short, true, but you pay what you get. The game is cheap. It cost me 3 euros. It's well worth that money.
Summary: How could they screw this up so badly? I loved the PSP game. Instead of more of the same, we get a treasure hunt for Locorocos that rarely listen to you, in rooms too large to keep track of them, and aggravating touch-screen mechanics for some of the most necessary puzzle elements.
Summary: Unique and clever game that definatly is worth the money it costs. We've got several hours of gameplay out of it and we still are playing it. It seems short at first but each play opens up a new 'gate' which expands the area quite a bit. Plus it has 3 mini games to find as well.
Summary: This game is excellent. Much more content delivered than expected. Hours of unique gameplay. I love how it's not just a port of the PSP game. There is still lots of tilting to be done via SIXAXIS, but they implement another mechanic to get the locorocos to places you'd like them to go.
Summary: This would have been a fun game if they had stuck with the gameplay of the original PSP title. You can no longer tilt the entire world, only select platforms. Also, as there is no way to save your progress, you can loose two hours of play if a few of your LocoRoco get eaten.
Summary: It always amazes me when the big mags review these $7 games with the same criteria they would a $70 game. Gimme a break! It may be short, but you paid 1/10th the price for it. Since it's a reviewers job vs hobby and they get the games for free I think they lose site of this.
Excerpt: Please bare in mind that I'm really more of an overgrown child which is why I convinced my boyfriend to download it from the playstation network on our PS3. LocoRoco Cocoreccho has been dubbed "more like an interactive screensave...
Pros: can take advantage of some of the ps3 features, very cute and enjoyable