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Media Create: Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia and Nintendo Switch Top Japanese Sales This Week

It’s April 26th, 2017, aka another Wednesday. And like every Wednesday, Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. However, unlike the past five weeks, the software charts are no longer crowned by  …Read More The post Media Create: Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia and Nintendo Switch Top Japanese Sales This Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

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This Might Be The Biggest PlayStation 4 Controller In The World 

No, you are not looking at a tiny human! This playable, jumbo-sized DualShock 4 is the Sony Interactive Entertainment building in Tokyo. Advertisement The face buttons and the D-pad work as do the shoulder buttons. The thumbsticks can move around, but aren’t playable. (I’m guessing the TouchPad isn’t either, because creating a giant version seems expensive.)  It doesn’t sound like R2 and L2 work, either. [Image: Gigazine] Website Gigazine recently checked out the controller and played PaRappa The Rapper on it. Check out more photos on Gigazine.  Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Baking A Cake Is Still The Hardest Thing To Do In Parappa The Rapper

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. Advertisement Parappa the Rapper is a game bursting with joy. You play as a rapping dog trying to win the heart of his crush, a sunflower named Sunny Funny. His moments of growth and self improvement are shown through a rapping rhythm game. Parappa learns kung fu, learns how to drive, gets a job, and at one point tries to bake a cake for Sunny’s birthday. Somehow, baking a cake is the single most difficult piece of Parappa’s personal growth. In the game, Parappa is following a recipe from a cooking show, hosted by Cheap Cheap Chicken. When you rap poorly, she comes out of the television to yell at you. She’s an asshole. Advertisement Up until this point, both now and as a kid, the game was a breeze. I hadn’t failed a stage once. This chicken kicked my READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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We’re So Happy Parappa The Rapper Is Back To Frustrate Us

This is a nice sentiment, but thirty seconds later he says that, actually, money money money is all you need. Which is it, frog? 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. Advertisement Today, Sony releases Parappa the Rapper Remastered for PlayStation 4. It’s a fairly bare-bones reproduction of the original game, with hi-res textures and some small bonus features. Gita Jackson and I have been fans since the original release, and convened to discuss our feelings after playing the PS4 version. We love Parappa. We do. He’s just a little hard to love sometimes. Chris Kohler: Whatcha gonna do when they come? Advertisement Gita Jackson: Oh no. Chris: Try Again!! Gita: Parappa the Rapper was one of the first video games I ever played—the PlayStation belonged to my older brother and he was very rightly afraid of me breaking it if I fooled around with it READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Review – An Aging Mascot

[embedded content] PaRappa the Rapper debuted on the original PlayStation in 1996, more than 20 years ago. The last game to feature the iconic hip-hop hero center stage was PaRappa the Rapper 2 in 2002 on the PS2, though Sony’s renowned rhythm star did make an appearance as a playable fighter in 2012’s PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale. Needless to say he’s been a staple Sony mascot for many years, even as fewer and fewer gamers can claim to have played the game that launched the beanie adorned dog to PlayStation stardom. Now, a little over 20 years after his introduction to the world, PaRappa is making his presence known on the PlayStation 4 in PaRappa the Rapper Remastered. As expected from recent remasters of classic titles, the graphics have been cleaned up, and some minor tweaks have been made to the game, though don’t expect a complete rebuild in the same vein as Ratchet & Clank. PaRappa’s cartoony graphics look incredible in HD, with the titular character and the rest of the hip-hop masters popping in a stunning vibrancy that hardly betrays the fact that the game is actually two decades old. PaRappa the Rapper is all about the music, and all…

April 2017 PS4, PSVR, PS3 & PS Vita New Releases in North America and Europe

In the month of April, PlayStation 4 owners will find What Remains of Edith Finch, Drawn to Death, Persona 5, PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, LEGO City Undercover, Yooka-Laylee, Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition, Dragon Quest Heroes 2, Outlast 2, the first episode of Telltale’s Guardians of the Galaxy, Sniper Ghost Warrior 3, Little Nightmares, and much more. Other highlights next month include StarBlood Arena for PlayStation VR, Persona 5 for PlayStation 3, and A Rose in the Twilight for PlayStation Vita. The April 2017 PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection will include one new release, Drawn to Death, as well as 10 Second Ninja X, Curses ‘n Chaos, Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime, Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom, and Alien Rage. As of right now, here’s everything scheduled to release next month; for an up to the minute list, head over to our April 2017 release dates page, which we keep up to date: PlayStation 4 Games North America ArmaGallant: Decks of Destiny (PSN) – April 4 Blackwood Crossing (PSN) – April 4 Drawn to Death (PSN) – April 4 LEGO City Undercover (Retail & PSN) – April 4 PaRappa the Rapper Remastered (PSN) – April 4 Persona 5 (Retail & PSN) – April 4 Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition (Retail & PSN) – April 7 Aaero…

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Trophy List for From Software’s PS2 Game Eternal Ring Surfaces Alongside PaRappa the Rapper’s

From Software’s PlayStation 2 action RPG, Eternal Ring, is heading to the PlayStation 4 soon as its trophy list has appeared online on both PSNProfiles and Exophase. First released in 2000, Eternal Ring‘s PS4 version comes with 11 trophies (no Platinum) including one Gold, four Silver, and six Bronze trophies. In case you aren’t familiar with the game, here’s an official overview courtesy of PlayStation: A young magician is sent by his king to investigate the strange happenings on the Island of No Return. Armed with his sword and his natural talent as a sorcerer, Cain attempts to be the first person to return from the island alive. Legend has it that the island is inhabited by numerous beasts, enormous dragons, and magical items that were supposed to be buried long ago. As Cain, you must solve several baffling scenarios and defend yourself while you search for the magic ring. PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, on the other hand, comes with 28 trophies including Platinum. The list contains quite a few difficulty-related trophies, which you can check out here. READ FULL STORY AT PLAYSTATIONLIFESTYLE!

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PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, What Remains of Edith Finch Get Release Dates & PS+ Pre-Order Deals

[embedded content] Sony has announced Play Collective, which is their new name for special game promotions on the North American PlayStation Store. For this first promotion in the Play Collective, Sony is letting PlayStation Plus members save 20% when pre-ordering any one of these six upcoming PlayStation 4 games: Everything, Rain World, PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, Cosmic Star Heroine, Full Throttle Remastered, and What Remains of Edith Finch. Here’s the release dates and prices for each of the PS4 titles in the Play Collective promotion: Play Collective (Regular USD Price, PlayStation Plus Pre-Order USD Price) Everything (March 21) – $14.99, $11.99 Rain World (March 28) – $19.99, $15.99 PaRappa the Rapper Remastered (April 4) – $14.99, $11.99 Cosmic Star Heroine (April 11) – $14.99, $11.99 Full Throttle Remastered (April 18) – $14.99, $11.99 What Remains of Edith Finch (April 25) – $19.99, $15.99 PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is also launching in Europe on April 4 (EU PS+ members get 20% off when pre-ordering as well), Full Throttle Remastered will also be available for PS Vita on April 18 (complete with cross-buy), and Cosmic Star Heroine includes cross-buy with the PS Vita version (but the Vita version doesn’t have a release date yet). [Source: PlayStation Blog, PlayStation READ FULL…

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PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Launches for PS4 on April 4, 2017.

As you may remember, back during PlayStation Experience, Sony revealed that PaRappa the Rapper is being remastered for the PlayStation 4. Today, it announced that the game will launch on April 4, 2017. …Read More The post PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Launches for PS4 on April 4, 2017. by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.

PaRappa the Rapper Remastered, LocoRoco Remastered Given Dates & Prices By the PlayStation Store

According to new listings on the European PlayStation Store, PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is releasing on April 4 for PlayStation 4, and LocoRoco Remastered is releasing on May 9 for PS4. Both games are priced at £11.99 (typically equates to $14.99 USD), and PlayStation Plus members save 20% when pre-ordering. Since Sony hasn’t officially announced release dates for PaRappa or LocoRoco, it’s possible they’re just placeholders for now. Placeholder dates on the PlayStation Store are nothing new, with Nex Machina developer Housemarque saying, “The game is slated for summer and [May 23] is the placeholder that we set.” Here’s what the PlayStation Store says about PaRappa the Rapper Remastered and LocoRoco Remastered: PaRappa the Rapper Remastered This complete HD remaster of my acclaimed original PlayStation game features additional alternative audio tracks, dynamic 4K support for PS4 Pro and DualShock 4 controller vibration so you can really feel the beat – it’s gonna get rocky! LocoRoco Remastered The world is under attack from the dastardly Moja Corps, and only the cheerful tunes of the LocoRoco can stop them. Grow, bounce and roll your way through this classic puzzle platformer, remastered in stunning HD for PlayStation 4. Split and merge your LocoRoco to solve puzzles, discover secrets and pick up new decorations for your very…