PaRappa the Rapper Remastered Game Review

Unprepared person the PaRappa the Rapper Remastered game able to drive to a screeching halt. Here the live bulb teaches kung fu, the talking elk teaches extreme driving in a car with two rudders, the chicken is cooking a show on television … And they are singing, or rather, they are rapping — each in its own way.

Most of all PaRappa the Rapper Remastered is like a harmless sleep rastaman from the site, especially since he is present here too. And to describe what is happening on the screen is just as hard as it was twenty years ago, when the original appeared on the first PlayStation — it’s nonsense.

In a circle of modern blockbusters, pouring on realism and additional content on an industrial scale, PaRappa the Rapper, small in every sense, looks, of course, a mammoth. But in 1997, the era of unpretentious entertainment for a mass audience, the project about the talking dog rapper seemed atypical. The impression was reinforced by the fact that this is one of the first musical rhythmic games in the form in which we are accustomed to seeing them.

This world was so fond of the Japanese, fond of the bizarre interpretations that PaRappa the Rapper subsequently got a continuation, the offshoot of UmJammer Lammy and the anime series. And the protagonist of the franchise has long been considered a symbol of PlayStation in Japan.