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Platform: Sony Playstation

Region: NTSC-J

Country: Japan

ReleaseDate: 2002-04-24

Players: 1

Co-op: No

Kero Kero King [PSOne Books]

Kero Kero King (ケロケロキング) is the predecessor to Ribbit King, developed by Amedio and published by Media Factory. It was released exclusively in Japan on December 10th 2000 for the PlayStation.[4] All of the unique art in the game and in the many FMVs featured inside the game are done by Japanese illustrator Yosuke Kihara.[5] The gameplay follows a very similar formula as its sequel Ribbit King as it is a golf based game but uses a frog instead of the ball, allowing you to tweak the direction and height of the frog while also collection points throughout the courses. The frog is also able to jump off spider webs and jump to flies adding variance to the gameplay especially in versus mode. The are a total of 10 courses in the game with each game taking 10 rounds to complete and the person with the highest score wins.[6] The story of Kero Kero King is summarized on its front cover as follows: ""Kerof" is the brand new exciting sports in the galaxy. The champion of the kerof is called "kerokeroking". But Nosukin, a little boy, is about to challenge him!!"[7] The story also has Nosukin meeting many unique characters in games of kerof which you can unlock and use in versus mode.

ESRB Rating: E - Everyone

Genre(s): Action | Adventure

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