Summary: I wanted to like PaRappa the Rapper. I really did. Unfortunately, this is one of the few rhythm games I just had to put down. Being that rhythm games were more-or-less new back when this was released, this title obviously does seem rather dated in comparison to the likes of things such as Rock Band...
Summary: I really hate that I have to re-buy games I already paid for on another console, luckily I only ever borrowed the original Playstation version so I didn't mind paying for this one. A good title I'm glad they ported.
Pros: If you loved the original, you're going to love this one. It's pretty much an exact port, with the aspect ration fixed for the PSP. Looks and Sounds GREAT on the PSP, use those headphones! The songs are as addictive as ever and rival Katamari for getting stuck in your head for days on end.
Cons: If you don't have great timing, this game is the most frustrating game in the world. Easy mode is too easy, and normal mode is a significant jump in difficulty.
Summary: Just a quick note to say the input on the beats does not match the same gameplay on the original PSOne version. I thought I was the only one who thought this, but saw this complaint in two different sources, including a review in a gaming magazine.