Ape Escape Series
Ape Escape (known as Saru Get You (サルゲッチュ, Saru Gecchu?) in Japan) is a series of video games made by Sony Computer Entertainment, starting with Ape Escape for PlayStation in 1999. The series often incorporates ape-related humour, unique gameplay, and a wide variety of pop culture references; it is also notable for being the first game to make the DualShock controller mandatory.
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