PaRappa, Patapon, and LocoRoco are coming to PlayStation 4

Sony has announced that remastered versions of PaRappaTheRapper, LocoRoco and Patapon will be coming to the PlayStation 4.

The PlayStation Experience 2016 event starts at 1PM EST today, and is being held from today, December 3 through Sunday, December 4. So far, they have slacked, and basically given us one genuinely good game a year.

Or the proper announcement of Akuma for Street Fighter V? When it's not been stuffed in the middle of a press conference like PSX, we'll be sure to return and give you the time and space you deserve. Also, the gamers would have to be very much aware of the scenario while making an advancement into the game which makes it all the more exciting and realistic for the gamers who are waiting for the game to release next year. We expect to see: new 4K Horizon: Zero Dawn footage and details, more Death Stranding news with Hideo Kojima finally revealing the game's 4K-ready engine, some Kingdom Hearts III info, and maybe new NiOh, Persona 5, Gravity Rush 2 and NiER: Automata footage/info.

During today's PlayStation Experience conference, Sony's own Shuhei Yoshida confirmed something that we've long suspected: Knack 2 is coming to the PlayStation 4.

The game was originally unveiled at E3 2015. Horizon: Zero Dawn, the upcoming RPG from Guerrilla Games, lets you explore a vast world populated by mechanized dinos.

PaRappa the Rapper is a cartoon rhythm game that debuted on the original PlayStation in 1997.

In 1997, Parappa the Rapper™ released on the PlayStation® introducing the music genre to console gaming.



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