We've bemoaned the lack of LocoRoco merchandise previously. For a franchise so steeped in cuteness, it's a mystery as to why we aren't drowning in plushies and other assorted pieces of licensed crap.
Sony is letting you have LocoRoco2 for a song. In brand new video game terms, that's $19.99 USD or, in SCEA pricing terms "the cost of just two movie tickets."
The Mui Mui are on the roll across the bottom of the ocean, embarking on a perilous journey that will see them hitting North American shores this February.
The original LocoRoco was probably as close as to a killer app the PSP has come; exclusive, unique, reasonably innovative — a great game. Wasn’t a perfect game, however, as it had a few problems.
If the thought of waiting until next week (or until some as-yet undetermined date, if you are in North America) for LocoRoco 2 is making you feel all wobbly, help is at hand. Until November 21st, the self-explanatory Games.co.uk is hosting an 'official minigame' demo with a selection of levels for you to ooze and flop…
LocoRoco 2 is an awful lot like LocoRoco. Sure it has a German blob and swimming and a rhythm game, but all of that is just a few more cherries on what I've always felt was a wonderful sundae of a Playstation Portable game. I sped through a single level of the game at Tokyo Game Show earlier this week and quickly…
LocoRoco? Big Fan! LocoRoco 2? I'm sure I will be too.
LocoRoco designer Tsutomu Kouno knows better than to mess with a good thing and LocoRoco was most certainly that. Taking direct control away from gamers, the light-hearted gelatinous-filled title instead had gamers shifting the world around the characters to move them. Personally, I loved the game. It was packed with…
Busy day Tuesday. Ash and Mike headed out to meet with the developers behind Ninja Blade and Banjo Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts while Luke and I headed out to meet with the developers behind LocoRoco 2 and Patapon 2. There was also a bit of news shaking loose before the show officially kicked off. Here's the run down: …
Hi Tsutomu Kouno. As the guy who made LocoRoco, and who is making LocoRoco 2, what do you think about...uh, Tsutomu? "......" So...yeah, LocoRoco 2 looks pretty neat, and...uh, Mr. Kouno? Hello? "......"
So, yeah, we went and said hi to the LocoRoco 2 guys today. And did we leave empty-handed? Nope. We got a bunch of screenshots to look at. You want to look too? They're in the gallery below. Knock yourselves out!
Click to view Sony's PSP title LocoRoco is back with a cleverly named sequel: LocoRoco 2. And it's brought annoyingly catchy music with it! If you watch this trailer at least twice, you'll have that tune stuck in your head all day. Once, even.
Sony's Bend studio is currently working on Resistance: Retribution, coming to PSP in Spring 2009. After showing that title, a third-person shooter faithful to the first game, Sony's Jack Tretton casually dropped a few more:
Sony's released a handful of LocoRoco 2 screens which look all cutsy and whatnot. The PSP title hasn't been dated yet, it will apparently feature new bosses and more catchy music. Click through the gallery below to have a look!
That Sony Computer Entertainment is going back to the LocoRoco well for another chance at acclaim and fortune should come as no surprise. The game's director, Tsutomu Kouno, has been chatting it up for ages and even SCEE reps confirmed it for a PSP release this year. Good then, that Sony got around to confirming its…
The creator of the original LocoRoco for PSP, Tsutomu Kouno, may think the PSP needs fewer sequels, but that's not going to stop him from giving us more yellow blob rolling fun. He's hard at work on LocoRoco 2, a game Kouno says will have "new gameplay based on physical calculation and crowd AI."