Summary: First of all, this is a must play. It seems as more and more developers weigh into the gaming industry, ironically, it becomes more and more rare for one of them to bring something new to the table. Sony, as per usual, comes out of left field with this gem.
Summary: This game is seriously addicting. I originally bought this game for nephews and I found myself to be a closet Patapon freak who has to play when I get home from work and before bed. It is a simple rhythm based game that uses 4 bottoms to control the little army of whimsical one eye warriors.
Summary: After reading reviews and seeing videos i was kind of worried that i would hate the game but since it got such great reviews I decided to try it. It is pretty fun and you can take little missions in short amounts of time. I just wish the lil patapons would run faster.
Summary: I bought this based on lots of great reviews I read about it on GameSpot, Game Informer, etc. After playing it for about 5 hours, I can say it is definitely different from other games in how it combines a rhythm game with real-time strategy.
Summary: is a quirky little game for the PSP, created by the same guys behind . The basic premise is this: you have stumbled upon the Patapon, a tribe of small one-eyed creatures and now as the new Mighty Patapon (leader), you must lead your people to glory using the sacred war drums.
Summary: Over the years, I have played both strategy games and rhythm games. In Patapon, I get to play both genres in one and strangely enough it works! You are the mighty god of rhythm to a struggling band of Patapon warriors who were displaced from their homeland by the evil Zigoton.
Summary: I really enjoy this game its simple and has a musical toon that will stick with you long after you finish the game, but thats a good thing. The point of the game is to hit buttons with the beat to command your native army to move or attack.
Summary: This game was quite fun for about a week. That's how long it takes to go through the game to the end. The story itself isn't all that interesting. The game play however is very innovative. It's a real-time beat based strategy game.
Summary: This is an extremely fun game. You guide your army on a variety of missions, whether it be hunting for food or marching them to battle, you command it all with the beat of your drum. You get to build your army, equip them and also build up Patopolis.
Summary: The Good: Great mix of rhythm and RTS game play, cute graphical style, lots to do, $20 isn't a bad price The Bad: The game can be so hard you may end up quitting early, no multi player of any kind, somewhat gets redundant I was really excited for Patapon and then after a while was kind of let down.