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About this product
- Product InformationHelp a rapping pooch overcome life's greatest challenges by mastering rhymes through careful button tapping. A horizontal meter is displayed along the screen's top edge, with button icons scrolling from left to right. Tap the corresponding button at the right time, and you'll continue the performance. The game includes six stages of offbeat songs, where you'll encounter various characters such as a singing onion, a chicken, a moose, a frog, and an insect. The ultimate goal is to impress the one PaRappa loves: a dainty daisy named Sunny Funny. As you perform each song, you'll receive a rating. Some other features include song subtitles in five languages, a replay feature, and a practice stage.
- GamePaRappa the Rapper
- PlatformSony PlayStation 1
- ESRB RatingE - Everyone
- GenreAction, Adventure
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year1997
- Game Special Features<li>Master six distinct songs to impress Sunny Funny<br/><br/><li>Revisit each cleared song to earn a "cool" rating<br/><br/><li>Save your high scores to memory card<br/><br/>
Most relevant reviews
- trinitylyn0104-...Feb 27, 2017by
Title says it all
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- pixis32adJul 20, 2011by
The first rhythm game! Play to see where DDR and Guitar Hero started!
I got this product after seeing it in multiple best-of lists for PlayStation 1 games. The basic note-pushing gameplay may appear a bit simple (being one of the first rhythm games, and having been released almost 14 years ago), but the catchy songs, vibrant art design, and challenging gameplay (since it relies on more than hitting notes as you see them, but hitting notes to the rhythm) make it a worthwhile experience. DDR and Guitar Hero wouldn't exist without this game.
- zombie220Dec 19, 2012by
I absolutely love this game! A definite must own title.
PaRappa the Rapper is one of those rare games that never gets old. This music and rhythm title features cute quirky characters, fun, catchy and original songs. You play the role of Parappa. A lovable rapping dog who is trying to win the heart of Sunny Funny, a flower like girl. Gameplay is simple, a steam of controller commands pass through the screen and you must press the corresponding command as it reaches the marked line, reminiscent of the Guitar Hero series.
- shamrock_qiSep 11, 2007by
Excellent Beats, very imprecise controls
Parappa The Rapper is a classic game. It had laid a foundation for all rhythm games to come after it. The game is filled with originality, it is not often that you get to see a protagonist rap in order to use a restroom at a gas station. I am a big fan of rhythm games, I own Rez and Guitarooman so naturally I was drawn to get this game. "Parappa The Rapper" plays like a game of Simon Says, buttons appear at the top of the screen and they have to be pressed making Parappa rap. The problem is that even if you time your button presses correctly the game has a chance of counting it as a miss. This is what makes the game so challenging and somewhat frustrating. The game only features 6 different songs and can be beaten in about an hour. While Parappa's world is filled with interesting characters and admittedly catchy beats the game's controls are imprecise and it is too short. Read full review
- bsnew1May 25, 2016by
Unique, Cute, Fun & Addicting!
This game is a blast and for all ages! It'll keep you entertained with a smile for hours on end and the rhymes will stick with you forever! I absolutely love this game!!!!! A memorable classic that never gets old.
Verified purchase: No