Summary: Gitaroo Man Lives! is a PSP port of the original PS2 game that has risen to cult status over the years. It tells the story of a boy named U-1 (a strange name, but he is never called anything otherwise), who has bully trouble. There is a girl he has a crush on named Pico, who never gives him the time of day because the bully always puts U-1 down. U-1 realizes that this is pathetic, but is too spineless to appear anything but to Pico.
Summary: I really liked this game when I started playing it. The graphics were cute and fun, the characters are odd and funky. And the tunes get into your head real quick. But here's the rub, the difficulty curve is steep, really steep. The first 2 levels weren't too bad but the third is near impossible. What I'm undecided on (as I've not played the PS2 version) is if this difficulty is just due the PSP controls/version or if the PS2 version is just as hard.
Excerpt: "Gitaroo Man Lives !" part d'une bonne initiative, en tentant de renouveler le principe du jeu de rythme. Le joueur devra ainsi appuyer en rythme sur la touche "Rond" en tentant de suivre une ligne (grâce au joystick) représentant les variations de la musique. La bande-son est de très bonne qualité, les personnages et l'univers sont hauts en couleur, que du bonheur jusqu'ici.