Parappa the Rapper creator Masaya Matsuura and Keiichi Yano of Gitaroo Man and the Ouendan are teaming up for a new story-driven rhythm adventure. Remember when rhythm games had stories? These two do.
When I was seven years old, I could never beat the Cheap Cheap Chicken stage of Parappa the Rapper. Now that I’m an adult and the HD remaster has been released for the Playstation 4, I figured I’d finally get past it. I was wrong.
Parappa the Rapper was one of the defining titles of the original PlayStation, not to mention one of the games that birthed the whole rhythm genre. With its unforgettable offbeat rap tracks, adorable paper-flat design, and innovative call-and-response gameplay, it’s left quite an impression these 20 years.
Here’s a look at official Parappa The Rapper food, which will be at an upcoming Parappa The Rapper anniversary cafe in Tokyo that will run from April 20 to May 31.
Besides the RPG reboots, Sony also announced that Hot Shots Golf, What Did I Do to Deserve This, My Lord?, and PaRappaTheRapper were all getting mobile games. Plus, Yomawari and Disgaea mobile titles are also in development! No word about Western releases.
Three Japanese PlayStation classics, Parappa The Rapper, Patapon and Loco Roco, are getting high resolution PS4 remasters. The first had been on PlayStation console but the latter two were originally for PSP.
Masaya Matsuura, of Parappa the Rapper fame, uploaded a video yesterday of the launch party—complete with live performances—for PS1 rhythm game UmJammer Lammy. It’s from 1999. It’s awesome.
Bread is all well and good, but you know what's better than bread? Toasted bread. Oh yeah, buddy. And what's even better than toasted bread? Toasted bread with video game characters on it, of course.
PaRappa the Rapper designer Masaya Matsuura has been called the father of music games. Thing is, he doesn't believe there are music games.
Haunt is the latest title from Masaya Matsuura, the designer best known for Parappa the Rapper.
That's right, Marvin Gaye is getting a video game.
A person who goes into public dressed like a cartoon rapping puppy to serenade random passersby with his funky fresh beats has balls far beyond mere mortal men. If anyone is missing a pair, odds are this guy picked them up and ran off with them. One of these days one of the Mega64 boys is going to get killed, and…