Excerpt: Take a look at some of the more recent PSP titles to hit store shelves and see if you can spot the trend: The Godfather: Mob Wars, Guilty Gear: Judgment, Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover, Tekken: Dark Resurrection, 50 Cent: Bulletproof, and Super Monkey Ball Adventure. Do you see it?
Excerpt: LocoRoco is a PSP platformer which tasks you with saving some cut blobs of fun (the LocoRoco) from dreadlock-wearing baddies. It's a light-hearted game that should appeal not just to the ‘casual’ and child-friendly audiences that it’s superficially aimed at, but also to the more experienced gamers...
Excerpt: I've liked a number of PSP games; I'd even say that a few of the currently available PSP titles are essential purchases. Of these essential games, though, there isn't a standout handheld classic - something that seems a perfect fit for the system.
Excerpt: In September 2006, American shores received one of the most unique and weirdest titles to be seen since Namco released Katamari Damacy a few years ago. The title of the game is LocoRoco , and it was developed by Sony for their PlayStation Portable.
Excerpt: Developer – SCE Studios Japan Publisher – Sony Computer Entertainment Features 1 Player Memory Stick Duo – 160 KB Wi-Fi Compatible – Ad Hoc (1-16 players) Game Sharing The first time I laid eyes on LocoRoco was during E3 in May 2006.
Excerpt: There are times when a game breaks through and does more than just entertain. True entertainment is rare enough, sad to say. I can remember a few games from the ranks of past experience that stand out.
Excerpt: LocoRoco is like no other game you have ever played before, with hypnotic backgrounds, crazy music and of course, LocoRoco - gelatinous, blob-like, free-rolling creatures, that have their own happy language.
Excerpt: Facts… There’s something that we all agree on: game industry repeats itself. If not always, at least most of the times. Games are being copied and gameplay’s just the same from genre to genre.