There are a few people that purchased a PSP system to play the innovative LocoRoco
. To this day, the title stands out as one of the happiest, most original titles on the platform. While there's nothing wrong with the large number of mature games on the platform, gamers that enjoy LocoRoco
have been thoroughly neglected by Sony. Tsutomu Kouno, creator of LocoRoco
, spoke at the Nordic Game Conference
about PSP's lackluster offerings for that demographic: "We have to increase the number of casual games, games that LocoRoco
players will want to play."
"There are too many sequels for PSP, only sequels, so I want to make a new game for PSP ... I have five or six new game ideas either for PSP or PS3, but I actually want to make them for PSP - for the people who bought LocoRoco, or bought a PSP because of LocoRoco
, and like casual games."
It's great to see a developer want to work exclusively for the handheld. Certainly, we could use some original titles in addition to the stellar sequels that we'll also be receiving. But Kouno ... didn't you also talk about a LocoRoco sequel
at this same conference?