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Vib-Ribbon is the latest game from SCEI and developer NaNaOn-Sha, the same team that brought us PaRappa and Umjammer Lammy. It's a music game, but a little bit different than either of those titles. At first glance, this game looks like crap. Graphically speaking, Vib*Ribbon isn't that impressive. It's entirely in vector graphics. You play as this rabbit-type character who has to jump, twirl, step and loop his way through a world created entirely by the beats and speed of music. You press a button that corresponds to the type of obstacle he has to get past (there are four of them). But the cool part is that obstacles can be mixed, so in those cases you have to press two buttons simultaneously. That's not even the best part. The game itself comes with a few songs, but you can insert your own music CDs to come up with brand-new levels for each song on them. This adds almost infinite playability to the game, since any new CD you have means new levels to play. It's a shame this game will likely never come out in the U.S.