LocoRoco Remastered for PlayStation 4
PS4

LocoRoco Remastered

May 9, 2017

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: SIE Japan Studio
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The peaceful world of the LocoRoco™ are under attack by the not-so-nice Moja Corps! These evil outer space creatures have come to take the LocoRoco from their land of blowing flowers, lively creatures and pastel scenery. You must move the LocoRoco through more than 40 levels of slippery slopes, teetering platforms, and maze-like passages. The LocoRoco have the uncanny ability to fluidly morph to their landscape, so all you need is to tilt, roll, and bounce the happy blob-like creatures to safety.

Gamer Reviews

261 Reviews
9.21

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Critic Reviews

19 Reviews
7.83
Jed WhitakerMay 13, 2017
This remaster adds tilt controls, 4K/HD graphics, rumble, and surround sound, all for a reasonable price. If you've never played LocoRoco and you love cute games, now is the time. Those looking for a challenging game that will last them till the next big AAA release will want to look elsewhere.
Martin PatiñoMay 14, 2017
Ten years after its original release, LocoRoco is still an undeniably fun experience which has aged incredibly well, owing to its simple yet beautiful aesthetic as well as its unique and straightforward gameplay. While the remaster doesn’t add much in terms of content, fans of the original might enjoy replaying one of the PSP’s most delightful exclusives at a higher resolution and with the new motion controls. And those who weren’t able to play it on the PSP will definitely enjoy the endearing yet brief experience of LocoRoco in its best form yet.
Jim HargreavesMay 17, 2017
With heavy hitters like Horizon, Nioh, Yakuza 0, and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, there’s no shortage of fantastic exclusives on PlayStation 4 this year. That said, Sony continues to galvanise this lineup with a stalwart range of remasters. As with PaRappa, LocoRoco hasn’t been idly slapped together – there’s a thoughtfulness and diligence there, preserving the original look and feel of the game in a way modern audiences can now appreciate.

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