Summary: The Patapon series is incredibly unique. I really like the concept, I'm just really bad at getting the rhythm down. Game play works like this: you have a little army of guys who are your followers, you are basically their God, giving them orders and help in battle.
Summary: If you liked the first patapon you will like this one. Only bad part was the version I ordered online was a game voucher and I didn't know. You get everything but the UMD and have to download it online with a code that comes in the case.
Summary: If you look carefully at all the other reviews the only reason they are rating it low is because there is no UMD and you have to buy off the PSN. Big deal. I will say that at times a manual to explain some things would be nice. Now to the game.
Summary: I'm just going to cut right to the chase. Pros. cute little game that you can play for 5 minutes or 5 hours one of the most unique games I have ever played in my life not too easy but not too hard. easy controls Cons. No UMD some battles are hard to beat the first few times you try them (i.e.
Patapon 2: addicting & fun, even for rhythmically challenged
8 May 2009
Summary: SHOULD YOU BUY THIS GAME? If you're into RPG, strategy, or rhythm games, this game is for you. If you don't know what the fuss is about, and are wondering if you should buy this game, I strongly recommend you download the demo.
Summary: A bit simplistic and repetitive, but quite funny in the end, currently still motivating me to continue playing it. If you order from Greek ACTIVATEUK (delivered by Amazon), note that while the game is in English, instructions and case are in Greek, this is not mentioned anywhere.
Summary: You probably fall into 1 of 3 groups here: 1) "I've never played Patapon" - Go and play the original Patapon, it will be a cheaper way to see if this is your kind of game. 2) "I played the original game and hated it" - Move along, there's nothing for you here.
Summary: Patapon 2 follows directly from the previous game in both story and gameplay, which is fine because the gameplay in the first title was revolutionary at the time. As you might expect, Patapon 2 doesn't bring the same kind of innovation to the table, but does mix up the formula a little bit.