Dan Teasdale (@deliciousbees) December 3, 2016 Part of the blame falls on modern TVs, which arent calibrated to keep pace with PaRappas blistering flow. (PaRappas verses are actually super slow, but seriously, this is a problem that many older rhythm games face .) But even back in the day, PaRappa the Rapper was a difficult game. Theres no intuitive feedback for getting the timing right, so creating chains of successful button taps is super difficult. Even playing the 20th anniversary demos introductory level, its obvious that theres something seriously wrong here. The playthrough below is painful to watch for this reason: The game doesnt seem like it should be so hard, since it just uses six different buttons. But without any way to establish a sense of timing, it just is. This guy isnt bad at PaRappa the Rapper hes proof that rappin cool is no easy task. Lags contribution to PaRappas difficulty is a serious concern, and the PS4 demo doesnt alleviate that. We can say we cant get enough of PaRappas soundtrack, but after failing a level six times in a row?
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