Woo-hoo! It's here!

It's one of the most absurdly ridiculous and utterly unique games to ever exist and as of today, Tuesday, it's available on the PlayStation Network in North America for the PS3 and Vita.

As announced over at the PlayStation Blog , it's the first time the game has been officially released outside of Japan. This 15-year-old PlayStation title is a rhythm game designed by Japanese studio NanaOn-Sha, who you might recognize if you loved PaRappa the Rapper and UmJammer Lammy .

If you've only got a PlayStation 4 right now, don't despair, as they're apparently working on bringing the game to Sony's new console. If you're unfamiliar, check this out…and try to keep an open mind.

Related Game(s): Vib Ribbon

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6 years ago

it sounds interesting enough but rhythm games have never really been a thing i'm interested in so i think i'll call a pass on this one

happy going

6 years ago

Wow, remember hearing about this back in the late nineties (I wasn't in the US at that time). Definitely looked interesting back then. If I recall correctly, you loaded the game and then took out the game disc and put in a cd and it played off your own music. I'm guessing they've updated it now to use MP3s.