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Free LocoRoco Halloween PSP level

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Auckland, 31 October 2006: Trick or treat is often the cry at this time of year, but in true PlayStation® style Sony Computer Entertainment New Zealand has decided that a treat is needed for all fans of the hugely successful LocoRoco™. PSP® (PlayStation®Portable) owners can now download, from, a totally new and spooky Halloween themed level.

The loveable and addictive LocoRoco enters a whole new dimension where pumpkins, bats and all things scary fly into its normally very tranquil and calm world to add a special seasonal twist which will have gamers playing LocoRoco with one eye shut! But don’t be too scared as this special download still keeps the fun and addictive parts of the game which made it such a huge success.

It’s really easy to get hold of too – all PSP owners have to do is go online to the downloads section of

But the download fun doesn’t stop there, because pretty soon LocoRoco will get festive with a specially made Christmas download to get you in the yuletide spirit!

So, get on your broomstick and head to for the spookiest download of the year!


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