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Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Developer: Sony Computer Entertainment Japan
Platform: PSP™ ( PlayStation®Portable) system
Genre: Platform/Action
Players: Single-player
Launch Date: September, 2006
ESRB Rating: “RP” for Rating Pending

OVERVIEW

Developed by Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, LocoRoco ™ is an innovative 2D platform/action game available exclusively for the PSP™ (PlayStation®Portable) system. Featuring unique controls utilizing the “L” and “R” shoulder buttons, players are tasked with controlling via “tilting or bumping” the landscape of the LocoRoco in order to help them navigate through the level and keep them out of harm's way . With more than 40 stages, players control and guide the LocoRoco through vibrant, thriving and lush worlds filled with slippery slopes, swing ropes , and more. Featuring six different types of LocoRoco that include their own voices and actions, players will be enchanted by captivating music that communicates the joyous world of these LocoRoco . In addition, LocoRoco features the rewarding LocoHouse, three mini-games , and wireless features.

STORYLINE

The peaceful world of the LocoRoco are under attack by the not-so-nice Moja Corps. These evil outer space creatures want nothing but to capture the blissful LocoRoco and take them from their land of blowing flowers, lively creatures and pastel scenery. As the planet where the LocoRoco inhabit, players must tilt, roll and bounce the LocoRoco to safety.

KEY FEATURES

•Â  Simple Intuitive Gameplay: Press the L and R buttons to tilt the landscape or bump the LocoRoco into the air. Press the circle button to break and assemble the LocoRoco to squeeze through narrow passages.
•Â  40 Stages: Guide the LocoRoco through various platform gameplay that takes the player through vibrant, thriving and lush 2D worlds.
•Â  Six Different Types of LocoRoco: Each with unique voices and actions.
•Â  Extras: Rewarding LocoHouse, three mini-games , and wireless features.
•Â  Music: Captivating, light-hearted music communicates the joyous world of the LocoRoco.
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