One of my all-time favorite PlayStation games, PaRappa The Rapper, is making a comeback ... yes. I've actually asked for it on a few occasions, so it's good someone is listening. You see, Sony announced today that the original PaRappa The Rapper is coming to the PlayStation Portable in July. Maybe this PSP won't go away after all:
Yeah, it may be an ancient port, but damn, it's a classic port that I'm sure none of us would complain to have on a portable system just dying for a good library of titles.
For this week's mind teaser we're not just using our brains, we're using our ears. Rhythm Doctor on Newgrounds challenges players to participate in the tunes at specific moments to progress, with an interesting (bizarre) spin...more
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Here's a snazzy-looking trailer for the indie game Fract, described by its creators as "musical exploration" game which is currently on Steam's Greenlight service. It's got some of my favorite things in it: abstrac...more