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Patapon 2 (Downloadable Game Voucher) - Sony PSP

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Sony PSP
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4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)

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  • Downloadable Game Voucher -- No Disc Included. Memory Stick and Access to PlayStationNetwork Required.
  • Double the content from the original — 80+ Missions, 22 Bosses, 500+ items and weapons.
  • Build your Patapon army, arm each soldier with weapons and armor, and position them for battle.
  • Discover 3 new warrior classes to add to your troops. Three New Drum Commands and Miracles to master!
  • Play eight music-based mini-games to earn bonuses and upgrades to evolve your troops.
This case contains a download code for Patapon 2, to be redeemed via PlayStation Network, and does not contain a UMD disc.

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  • ASIN: B001OHUTQI
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 5, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (31 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,002 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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The adventures of the brave Patapon™ tribe continues in the highly anticipated sequel to IGN’s 2008 PSP Game of the Year! PATAPON™ 2 is sure to satisfy fans of the original with double the content of the first, plus exciting new features. Continuing their search for Earthend, the Patapons find themselves on a strange island where they will find mysterious new enemies and creatures waiting for them. As the Mighty Patapon, guide our small heroes through this dangerous new land with the power of rhythm! Earthend Awaits!

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The adventures of the brave Patapon tribe continues in Patapon 2. The highly anticipated sequel to Patapon, one of the best PlayStation Portable (PSP) games of 2008, Patapon 2 is packed with double the content of the first game, plus exciting new features sure to satisfy fans of the original. Continuing their search for the secrets of their ancient past, the Patapons find themselves on a strange island where they will encounter new enemies and creatures. As the Mighty Patapon, you must guide our small heroes through this dangerous new land with the power of rhythm.

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Battling the new enemy tribe, the Karmen in 'Patapon 2'
New masked enemies, the Karmen.
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New beasts to hunt in 'Patapon 2'
Even more beasts to hunt.
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Improved Fever alert function in 'Patapon 2'
Improved 'Fever Mode.'
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New bird-mounted Toripon from 'Patapon 2'
3 additional Patapon classes.
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The Story
The story of the Patapon tribe marches forth as they continue their hunt for the mysterious land of 'Earthend.' This time, after taking to sea to find the fabled realm of their ancient ancestors, they are shipwrecked on a new and strange continent and are depending on you, their god, to lead them safely through this perilous new land. As you guide the tribe through this new world using specific rhythmic commands tapped out on your mystical drum via the PSP's face buttons and equip your troops with weapons and armor, you will come face to face with a new tribe of enemies-the Karmen, encounter a mysterious and mighty Hero Patapon and uncover the ruins of Patapolis, a mystical place long spoke of in Patapon legend.

Multiplayer
One of the most exciting new elements of Patapon 2 is its inclusion of multiplayer via a PSP ad-hoc connection. Supporting up to four players, this play option actually consists of two modes containing a link to the single player campaign. During multiplayer action all players assume the role of the Hero Patapon, but are not limited to a single form. Players' Hero Patapons are fully customizable, able to take the shape of any of the Patapon warrior classes, and allowing players to show off their distinct, one-of-a-kind heroes to the world.

Working together, players embark on a series of mission of increasing difficulty, designed to test their skills as individual warriors as well as team players. But even the most powerful of Patapon Heroes who venture into this online adventure will find that he/she needs something extra to carry the day. In a nod to the Karmen, the tribes' new enemy in Patapon 2, here players will ultimately have to don a ceremonial mask to obtain the strength to survive and succeed. But to secure a mask players will need to have obtained a certain item during their time spent playing through the game's single player campaign. Once produced players will have to work together to transform this item into the mask.

Key Game Features:

  • Rhythm and Action Collide - Master all 8 drum rhythms including the new jump command, power up command and party command. Combine the various chains of drumbeats to address each unique level, leading the Patapons to victory over the masked Karmens.
  • Patapon Evolution - Improve your troops fighting and defense skills by leveling up or evolving into other Patapon forms.
  • Create your own Patapon Hero - Introducing the new Patapon Hero, a prized fighter that you can customize to fit any sort of fighting style desired. Unlock new abilities by mixing weapons and Patapon Hero masks.
  • Additional Patapons - Discover the new ranks of Patapons: Toripon the flying bird riders; Robopon mech warriors and Mahopon the magicians. Unlock these new warriors to fight alongside all the warriors from the original game.
  • Multiplayer Mode - Patapon 2 introduces multiplayer gameplay through game sharing.
  • Three Additional Commands and Miracles - More drumbeat commands allow for different tactics and gameplay action.
  • Strategic Gaming - Patapon 2 delivers a strong element of strategy by requiring players to properly customize and build up the Patapon army, arm each soldier with particular weapons and armor, and position them correctly for battle.
  • Mission Variety - Take part in more than 80 specific missions including hunting, escort, and boss battles, and explore numerous vivid environments along the way. Players will discover up to 22 bosses and access hundreds of new items and weapons throughout the adventure.
  • Unique Art Style - French graphic artist Rolito, noted for his abstract art style seen in collectible toys, animation, and websites, lends his skills to create a variety of unique characters and environments, bringing the Patapon world to life.
  • Mini-Games - Seven music-based mini-games allow players to earn bonuses and upgrades to further customize the Patapon warriors.
Improved 'Fever Mode' Functionality
Patapon 2 features new and improved 'Fever Mode' functionality. Fever Mode is a state in the game reached when players have successfully completed a certain number of consecutive combos, effectively ratcheting up their Patapons' fighting ability and efficiency in battle for as long as they continue adding successive combos. In the original Patapon, activating and maintaining this mode provided an ever growing rhythmic challenge as the game progressed, but was not necessarily manageable for all players. Patapon 2 eliminates this potential issue by giving players an option to play at an easier level until they get the hang of the game's rhythm, at which point they can switch back to the standard play mode if they wish. Also new with Patapon 2 is 'Fever Alert.' Through this players are kept aware of the agitation level of their Patapons via on-screen alerts, allowing for precious seconds needed to string together the necessary combos to extend Fever Mode when need be.

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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
SHOULD YOU BUY THIS GAME?
If you're into RPG, strategy, or rhythm games, this game is for you. If you don't know what the fuss is about, and are wondering if you should buy this game, I strongly recommend you download the demo. This game can be challenging to the rhythmically-challenged (RC), such as myself. However, playing the demo got me hooked, so i bought the game and haven't put it down in two days. If you are RC, this game may frustrate you, BUT Patapon 2 has implemented two major improvements over the first Patapon that makes P2 more enjoyable for those who can't keep rhythmn. Before i tell you about the improvements, here's some basic info about the game.

BASICS: You control an army of cute one-eyed tribesmen and on each level you try to move them from the left side of the screen to the right in typical 2D side scrolling action. You will be faced with obstacles and enemies. You can attack, defend, and continue moving forward. This is where the rhythm part of the game takes place. To move your army, to attack, or to defend, you have to hit a 4-button sequence to the beat of a drum. The sequences are different for each command, but it isn't difficult to remember. The toughest part is staying on beat, because if you lose beat, a command isn't issued, and your army becomes vulnerable.

WHY PATAPON 2 IS BETTER: This is where Patapon 2 separates itself from the first Patapon. It has an EASY level, so it is more forgiving if you are slightly off in your 4-button sequence. The other features which make P2 better (there are more than just a couple) is you don't have to nail the 4-button sequence 9 times in a row to get to "fever." Fever turns your soldiers into super soldiers (stronger, faster, more resistant to damage).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really Fun and Charming Game May 4, 2012
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I bought this game for my PS Vita (It runs well on the system). The game is really unique and fun. It's a mix of squad tactics and leveling your characters. You command three squads of 3 or 6 Patapons with various abilities. Then you can play through the campaign levels and go back and farm any area if you want more supplies to develop your Patapons. There's also a bunch of items available from enemy drops that you can use to arm your squads.

The Patapons are really cute, and I always end up grinning while I'm playing. You drum out commands to them for defensive or offensive posture or to advance, then they do their own little battle chant following each command. The game has a certain difficulty because it's realy sensitive to how precisely you drum out each command. If you're just a tenth of a second off, you'll take a slight penalty. So you as a plyaer get better over time as your little army of Patapons develops.

The learning curve is a little steep at first, but once you get over the initial hump, it's a ton of fun for many hours.
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
(NOTE: This review is based off the PSN download version of Patapon 2.)

Pata Pata Pata Pon! FEVER!! After five minutes of playing this game you will find yourself repeating those words. The sequel to one of the greatest PSP, and hand held games of all time, Patapon, makes an incredible comeback with Patapon 2. As a die hard fan of the first title, I can tell you that Patapon 2 is bigger, better, and ready for all who dare to challenge it with a much bigger arsenal of baddies, bosses, missions, and rhythmic mayhem. With many more weapons, missions, this game is a great improvement, but the best feature I think is the Hero Patapon, a single-patapon unit who can be customized to your liking and is in a sense the leader of your army. When in fever mode, the Hero will preform devastating special attacks, and when the Hero falls in battle, he is revived right on the field! Another good addition are the 3 new Patapon warrior types: Toripon, Robopon, and Mahopon, which add a very good addition to this games already growing arsenal of ways to take down this new threat to the Patapon race.

The Zigotons are back as well, but the real threat of Patapon 2 are the mysterious Karmen tribe, who seem to be much more dedicated to keeping the Patapon army away from Earthend at all costs. The storyline does pick up directly after the first title, and it continues to be a strong, satisfying gaming experience for anyone up for a good challenge, and for anyone with good rhythm! :) Although, if your looking for a fun game that's easy and you can blow though in a day, then this isn't for you. This game may look easy, but its actually very difficult as you progress. You may find yourself repeating boss battles or hunting to bulk up your army so that you can defeat a greater threat.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is a 9/10 for me. Patapon 2 has several improvements over the original Patapon, and I'll start by listing them (in my opinion):
* More units - usually I don't like a lot of units especially if they don't add to the game, but the horseback and flying patapon added extra dimension to gameplay
* Evolve or level up units instead of killing/remaking them - This solved one of the biggest dilemmas in Patapon. You can even experiment with an upgrade but choose not to use it, without permanently killing off a Patapon just to try it. Furthermore even regular Patapon can level up meaning you can benefit from a good mix. There are some drawbacks but this is mostly a plus.
* More combat and enemies - There's a lot more interesting battles and bosses than the original Patapon

In addition, the game pacing feels much better - more content without a huge jump in learning curve like the original had. Which could be a bad thing if you really like being pushed to the limit. I'd say Patapon 1 was more fun in the do or die difficulty it had because there were times you had to beat a stage to continue or be stuck. Patapon 2 gives you more choices to build up and level up if a stage is too hard. That said, it's not an easier game it just doesn't have the "bottleneck stages" issue as much.

I got a lot of playtime with Patapon on the train during trips, and being a downloadable I could keep a second UMD game in my PSP at the same time as playing Patapon (and Holy Invasion, another game I'd recommend) without bringing cases or accessories. I do think they should have given consumers the choice of a UMD, but it so happens they picked one game out of hundreds to experiment with download-only and it was Patapon 2.
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3.0 out of 5 stars READ BEFORE BUYING!!!!
Now the reason I give this game 3 stars is not for the game. It's for the process of obtaining the game. I'm stationed on a ship so getting things in the mail can take a while. Read more
Published 11 months ago by Eric
5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely more fun than the last
I really like this second installment of the game series. They have made it easier to get into Fever Mode, so you can crush the dragons, birds, and more fun monsters.
Published 13 months ago by A. Kiel
4.0 out of 5 stars Good game
The Patapon series is incredibly unique. I really like the concept, I'm just really bad at getting the rhythm down. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Trevor L. Chaney
5.0 out of 5 stars FUn game
Loved the fact that it was a download code. I have plenty of space on my PSP to keep playing. I wish they made more games for the PSP/.
Published 20 months ago by Harlequintet
5.0 out of 5 stars First one was great, this one is Awesome
I have a wide taste in games and this throws a bunch of them into one.

You've gotta keep up with the beat and form a strategy on how your going to take on your enemies. Read more
Published 22 months ago by IrishFae
5.0 out of 5 stars muito bom
obrigado muito bom minha tia trouse para mim aqui em sampa e eu estou a usar sem nenhum problema o prazo foi bom
Published 23 months ago by carlos abs yazbek
5.0 out of 5 stars Exelent
This game is awesome, and it came in a psp game box with the manuals and the voucher, it work's very fine on the ps vita, so I recommend you a lot this game, sorry for my english... Read more
Published on September 16, 2012 by Fernando
1.0 out of 5 stars CAVEAT EMPTOR
CAVEAT EMPTOR its a UMD not a voucher
PSPgo doesnt play UMDs
**AVOID**
obsolete page needs update!
SHAME ON YOU!! Read more
Published on June 16, 2012 by chris
5.0 out of 5 stars Mine came with a UMD!
I haven't had a chance to play this one yet. I'm just writing to say that I was pleasantly surprised after opening this box to find a UMD inside. Read more
Published on October 4, 2011 by Amazon Customer
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent buy, it's too good
Since the product came to me eh been playing and still not stop, it is otherwise good, compared with the first purchase this is safe and soon buying patapon 3
Published on August 4, 2011 by Rey
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