Summary: Points for originality, that's for sure. It was an entertaining game, it was a fresh idea, but once the novelty wars off... I got bored of it pretty quickly. If you can find it cheap, go for it! The very different experience makes it worth your money (just not too much of it).
Summary: I actually got this AFTER I bought LocoRoco 2. I got stuck in the 2nd version but I missed the little bouncy blobs so I decided to get the older version. It was OK. There were some differences between both, nothing major, but it greatly affected the quality of gameplay.
Summary: When it came out, it had a different soundtrack... this one made me want to destroy the Psp... on the other hand, it was fun and had many levels, including make your own house, mini games, and many worlds to explore. Buy the game, then break your PSP speakers.
Summary: I'm a big fan of video games: I own the Game Boy, PSP, NES, SNES, PS2, XBox360, etc. I like all types of games, from Final Fantasy to Ico to Doom to Super Bust-A-Move. I was really looking forward to this game, having heard about the unique gameplay elements and innovation.
Excerpt: "DUM DUM DUM BOING DOONA CHIGGER BA DUM DUM DUM" is how the song goes! It's daft but original, rather like the whole game. This is a platformer with a difference - all your Locos sing through the menus and the stages. Different Locos have different voices and made up languages and sing differently.
Excerpt: LocoRoco is an incredibly odd game, and while I don't love it, it is a unique and fairly fun ride. The game takes place on a planet, and in order to rid the planet of evil forces, you have to tilt the planet, rolling around.
Excerpt: This game is great fun and I would recommend buying it especially now it's cheaper since it's release a few years back. The story of Loco Roco is about a species of animal called the Loco Roco who live on a far off planet. They have a blob like shape to them and are happy creatures.
Excerpt: Bought this as saw it in a catalogue and had heard it was very fun. All in all that's true, locoroco certainly is a fun game for all the family, the controls are simple, using the L and R buttons to tilt the world and pressing simultaneously to cause your blob to jump.