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I just read that there's going to be a sequel to Patapon for the PSP! Happy happy, joy joy. I love that game. It's been one of my favorite games on either handheld and it was such a pleasant surprise at only $19.99 retail. I try not to buy any games nowadays unless they're heavily discounted since I have such a game backlog. For Patapon 2, I'm willing to make an exception. I'm trying to decide whether I should just preorder a copy or wait until it actually comes out. At the moment there doesn't seem to be any pre-order goodies. I only hope that they do come up with something before the release date. It would absolutely kick ass to get a little patapon doll/figure or other piece of swag.

In reading about the release of the game, which has already hit store shelves in Japan, I found a commercial advertising it. The commercial is pretty damn spiffy too. You just have to love the Japanese.

Does that rule or what? The only thing that was missing is the little kids should have been armed with spears and bows. Those sheep didn't stand a chance. The best part is that little ending blurb. It's just so classic and cheesy that I wonder if the guy is actually speaking Japanese. It sounds like it should just be gibberish.


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Jan. 15th, 2009 04:14 pm (UTC)
Personally I find the adverts on the trains the best - although after a bit they get annoying.
Jan. 15th, 2009 05:41 pm (UTC)
That's right....are you still in Japan? You should buy a copy of the game, play it to the end translating all the japanese to english, and then send the game and translation book to me as a present. You know you wanna.
Jan. 15th, 2009 06:27 pm (UTC)
'That's right....are you still in Japan?'

Yes - for a while.

As for anything else....I'm still waiting for you to send me my camera.
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