The lights are on
This week we're taking a look at a rappin' dog as he learns karate, gets his driver's license, and tries to sell flea market merchandise. We excel at every turn and rarely miss any of the rhythmic prompts. We're pretty much perfect at this game.
It's a small crew this week with temporary host Jeff Cork, Kyle Hillard, and extra special guest Matthew Kato. Two of us have an affection for this game, but one of us does not. See if you can figure out who in this week's episode of Replay. And don't forget to stick around for the Roulette!
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nice i love this game :D
Still dk what this game looks like, so this should be interesting.
I've always heard about this game but for some reason never saw it in action, so it's pretty cool you guys did a Replay of it.
I loved this game never beat it
Dan would really like the second game. Just lookat te main attack and the loading screens.
You guys need to do a replay of Descent.
I HATED this game when I played it originally. Perhaps I just wasn't into games of this type at the time.
Punky Skunk sort of reminded me of that game on SNES where you were like a rodent, and your powerups gave you crazy hair. One of them where your hair could let you stick in the ceiling and things lol. I think it was Rocky Rodent maybe? I loved that game as a kid, I think I remember ghosts being in it too. You should play that lol.
Man, what a fun game to review. However, when I think of PaRappa nowadays, I think of the sketch they used on Robot Chicken where PaRappa has to rap (along with Chop-Chop as his attorney) in order to be found not guilty during a trial. Completely hilarious all around :)
Best game ever! Could not have woken up to better news!