A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Your goal is to help the LocoRocos.
Violence & Scariness
In one level, there is some shooting of ships which simply disappear when hit.
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This is the second game in the LocoRoco series.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this sequel to LocoRoco is a simple, colorful, and easy-to-play puzzle game made exclusively for the PSP. Other than one level in which you shoot at ships, LocoRoco 2 has no violence. It is a charming puzzler that is appropriate for all kids from ages 7 to 107.
Is It Any Good?
From the moment the game starts up, it pulls you in with its use of whimsical music, charming blob characters, and landscapes full of bright colors and shapes. The main game challenges you to solve puzzles by figuring out how to tilt the LocoRoco's world so that the blobs will roll and jump up in the right direction. At times, you even have to figure out how to divide a bigger blob into smaller organisms so that they can travel through small crevices and down tunnels. Adding a series of fun minigames to this inventive gameplay is like adding a layer of icing to an already delicious cake. Because both kids and adults will be intrigued by this game, family members may crowd around the PSP while waiting for their turn to let these colored blobs roll into their hearts.
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