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Meet the LocoRocos!
Check out these LocoRoco series/games!
Explore these amazing locations!
LocoRoco of the Day
Budzi - The Loose Cannon!
Did You Know...
...that the language that the LocoRocos and other characters are speaking isn't a real language at all? That is because Tsutomu Kouno (the designer of the LocoRoco game) created a fictional language to avoid alienating foreign players by using Japanese language and Japanese music.
...that the title LocoRoco have the first letters name L and R which is interestingly the main controls of the game? (the L and R buttons on the PSP)
...that LocoRoco Cocoreccho! is the only LocoRoco game to not be played in PSP but in PS3 instead?
...that each LocoRocos have their own respective titles? The following are:
Kulche - Energetic Youngster
Viole - Confident Tomboy
Budzi - Loose Cannon
Pekeroné - Exuberant Geek
Chavez - Cool Speed Freak
Priffy - Stylish Princess
Tupley - Voracious Fella
...that LocoRoco is similar to the Patapon franchise? That is because:
both games are developed by SCE Japan Studio
both games are published by Sony Computer Entertainment
both games are single-player video games
both are 2D PlayStation Portable games with no line animation
both games have 3 game sequels in PSP
both games are related to music and rhythm
both games have characters that need teamwork (LocoRocos to be bigger and Patapons to make tribes)
both games use non-living things to control the characters (the Earth for the LocoRocos and the talking drums for the Patapons)
and Kemmei Adachi has worked and has been credited as a voice actor and a music director on both games.
LocoRoco (ロコロコ RokoRoko) is a platform video game developed and published by Sony Computer Entertainment (now Sony Interactive Entertainment).
The game was developed by Tsutomu Kouno.
In the game, the player must tilt the environment by using the shoulder buttons on the PSP in order to maneuver the LocoRoco, multi-colored jelly-like characters, through each level, being aided by other odd residents while avoiding hazards and the deadly Moja Troop, to reach an end goal.
Along the way, the LocoRoco can grow in size by eating special berries, and then can be split and rejoined to pass the LocoRoco through narrow spaces.
Which one of these LocoRocos is your favorite?
Which one of these LocoRoco's theme songs is your favorite?