It doesn’t seem like ten years have passed and gone since the rhythm rapping game changed the way we looked at flat-paper, rapping dogs. Yet, time has waited for no one and Sony is taking this aging opportunity to sieze advantage of this ten year anniversary moment to re-release Parappa on the PSP, with a flood of new options, including a new multiplayer mode.
I remember “punching like this” and “kicking like this” with an onion-headed martial-arts instructor. I also remember the diarrhea inducing birthday cake that had Parappa racing to a gas station bathroom...ah, those were the days. Well, now they’re coming back in the form of a handheld experience. And it only took ten years to make it happen.
“Bringing PaRappa The Rapper to PSP allows true PlayStation fans to re-connect with this timeless classic,” said John Koller, Senior Marketing Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment America. “This also introduces the beloved PaRappa and his cast of colorful friends to a new generation of fans and potential hip-hop stars on the move.”
In addition to those promising words from Koller, is a list of features below. Sorry folks, no trailer this time around. Although, you can bet your second-to-last dollar that we’ll have a trailer up for your viewing pleasure as soon as possible. You can look for Parappa the Rapper’s PSP debut to take place this July.
Parappa The Rappa PSP Features:
• Featuring all the characters, levels and songs from the original PaRappa The Rapper
• Offers a host of new PSP exclusive features, including the ability for up to four PSP systems to go head-to-head in ad-hoc battles.
• Wirelessly share a demo level through Game Share
• Use the PSP Infrastructure Mode to download eight additional playable remixes for players to rap along to.
For further information or details regarding Parappa The Rappa, you can visit the Official SCEA Website.
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