Parappa And Ouendan Creators Join Forces For Project Rap Rabbit

Parappa And Ouendan Creators Join Forces For Project Rap Rabbit
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Parappa the Rapper creator Masaya Matsuura and Keiichi Yano of Gitaroo Man and the Ouendan are teaming up for a new story-driven rhythm adventure. Remember when rhythm games had stories? These two do.

While we have little information about Project Rap Rabbit — just a teaser website (via Gematsu) and trailer, the simple fact that Matsuura and Yano and their respective studios, NanaOn-Sha and iNiS, are working together is wonderful news for rhythm game fans. In a day when most games in the genre aren’t much more than a song list to tap along to, we could really use some of that Parappa/Elite Beat Agents magic.

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  • Ok this tickles my fancy in a big way. Love love love Parappa. Consider me reeeeeeeeally curious.

  • Remember when rhythm games had stories?Remember when Project Diva tried to have a story and everyone hated it because they just wanted a song list to tap along to?

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