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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 06:04pm 19/03/09 | 4 Comments
The PSP is home to some awesomely unique titles, but not many can boast the uniqueness of Patapon. A rhythm-based action/RTS hybrid with a little God Sim thrown in for good measure, the first Patapon proved a critical success.

Now we have the sequel upon us, and the foundation of what made the first game so appealing has come through in full-force. If you like your games artful, unique and mesmerising, you might want to hit this link for our full review.

You can also check out more from our Patapon 2 game page.

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Posted 07:50pm 19/3/09
my mate plays this stupid game all day at work.

square square square circle.....

circle circle square circle................

repeat x 100000000
Posted 08:09pm 19/3/09
square square square circle.....

circle circle square circle................

repeat x 100000000

Sounds eerily like Guitar Hero et al.
Posted 08:51pm 19/3/09
where can I purchase some of these circles/squares?
Posted 08:58pm 19/3/09
I can attest that although the concept might seem incredibly inane on the surface, it's pretty damn addictive once you get going.
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