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Parappa The Rapper 2 Latest News - PS2

Game Description:Noodles. Noodles! NOODLES! The whole town is turning to noodles! As Parappa the Rapper, you can battle the Great Noodle Invasion by busting some sweet rhymes. PtR2 is a music game where you use your controller to keep time with the music; keep the rhythm and score huge points! Lose track of the tune and you'll be covered in, yep -- noodles. All your favorite characters from the original are here -- Chop Chop Master Onion, Sunny Flower, and the Milk Can band. Popular rappers De La Soul contributed to the game's soundtrack. Plug in an extra controller for a rapping battle mode. Good job, Parappa!
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  • PaRappa The Rapper Creator Sees Musical Potential For Project Natal

    Microsoft's motion-controlled Project Natal obviously has tremendous potential in terms of the wide variety of titles it will allow developers to create. And while there are many rather obvious genres (i.e. racing, sports, third-person action, etc.), there's one in particular that has NanaOn-Sha president Masaya Matsuura especially excited. As...

    Posted July 20, 2009

    PaRappa The Rapper Creator Sees Musical Potential For Project Natal
  • PaRappa The Rapper Creator Calls For Unity Between East And West

    Masaya Matsuura, the creator of PaRappa the Rapper and Major Minor's Majestic March, is calling for unity between the East and West. "Developers in the East and West should not be too separate," Matsuura said at the Develop conference. "It should me international, and we need to work with more international artists. I'm very...

    Posted July 17, 2009

    PaRappa The Rapper Creator Calls For Unity Between East And West

 


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