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Alternative Names

Patapon 2: Don-Chaka♪

パタポン2 ドンチャカ ♪


Pyramid/JAPAN Studio



Other Versions


Release Dates

05/05/09 Sony Computer Entertainment
11/27/08 Sony Computer Entertainment
03/06/09 Sony Computer Entertainment

Community Stats

Owners: 84
Favorite: 8
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 6
Now Playing: 2

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Having reached the sea cliffs on their tiny island in Patapon 1, the Patapons endless search for Earthend forces them to venture the high seas, where they battle both tempests and sea monsters of every kind. After a blood curdling battle with a giant sea beast, the Patapons’ ship crashes on the shores of a strange land and even stranger inhabitants. Who are these masked creatures that call themselves the Karmens and why are they trying to stop the Patapons from reaching Earthend? The mystery and adventures continue as the Patapons fight to reach their destiny in Patapon 2!


  • Rhythm and Action Collide
    Master all 8 drum rhythms including the new jump command, power up command and party command! Combine the various chains of drumbeats to address each unique level, leading the Patapons to victory over the masked Karmens.
  • Patapon Evolution
    Improve your troops fighting and defense skills by leveling up or evolving into other Patapon forms.
  • Create your own Patapon Hero- Introducing the new Patapon Hero, a prized fighter that you can customize to fit any sort of fighting style desired. Unlock new abilities by mixing weapons and Patapon Hero masks.
  • Additional Patapons
    Discover the new ranks of Patapons: Toripon the flying bird riders; Robopon mech warriors and Mahopon the magicians. Unlock these new warriors to fight alongside all the original warriors in Patapon 1.
  • Multi-player Mode
    Patapon 2 introduces multiplayer gameplay through Game Sharing
  • Three Additional Commands and Miracles
    More drumbeat commands allow for different tactics and gameplay action in this version of Patapon.
  • Strategic Gaming
    Patapon delivers a strong element of strategy by requiring players to properly customize and build up the Patapon army, arm each soldier with particular weapons and armor, and position them correctly for battle. In Patapon 2, not only has the number of weapons and equipment doubled, but Patapons can evolve, and Hero Patapon customization features will play an important part in deciding each battle!
  • Mission Variety
    Take part in more than 80 specific missions including hunting, escort, and boss battles, and explore numerous vivid environments along the way. Players will discover up to 22 bosses and access hundreds of new items and weapons throughout the adventure.
  • Unique Art Style
    French graphic artist Rolito, noted for his abstract art style seen in collectible toys, animation, and websites, lends his skills to create a variety of unique characters and environments, bringing the Patapon world to life.
  • Mini-Games
    Seven music-based mini-games allow players to earn bonuses and upgrades to further customize the Patapon warriors.
  • Music
    Captivating and dramatic original music builds dynamically as players march and encounter enemy battles throughout each level.

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Legacy Sales History

Total Sales

Opinion (13)

1 23,730 n/a n/a 23,730
2 10,680 n/a n/a 10,680
3 5,821 n/a n/a 5,821
4 3,771 n/a n/a 3,771
5 3,907 n/a n/a 3,907
6 4,122 n/a n/a 4,122
7 1,482 n/a n/a 1,482
8 1,114 n/a n/a 1,114
9 879 n/a n/a 879
10 659 n/a n/a 659
Yakuzaice posted 09/06/2011, 03:15
This is pretty undertracked. Media Create has it at 123,455 as of 2010.
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patapon posted 17/10/2009, 12:55
These sales are a fucking disgrace

If only Japan would buy something unique as opposed to gundam and pokemon for the billionth time

I wonder how things went in America as physical containers were sold in stores (they had vouchers in them but trackable nonetheless)
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Gearbox posted 15/05/2009, 01:25
y so against it? it competes with the used game business amazingly
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zenimus posted 30/04/2009, 08:00
I'm totally against DL-only games for the same reasons MonstaMack mentioned. Import one from the UK or Australia, they were released on disc the proper way.
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MonstaMack posted 26/04/2009, 04:54
It looks like Sony is going to stick with going PSN only for the US. A very bad move for Gamestop and people who are against DRM/Download only. So we will never know the true sales of this format unless Sony changes their mind. I was interested in this title but now that it's download only I'm going to have to pass for many reasons: a) I can't re-sell this game or trade it in for store credit b) By supporting this product it tells Sony I am ok with DRM and c) I don't feel like dedicating any of my memory card space for this game, even if I can re-download it. Shame on Sony and hope they change their mind down the road by releasing a UMD version in the US.
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DuckZero posted 10/03/2009, 01:36
Has anyone else seen the flash game they made? its not bad, really short though:
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