Summary: If you haven't played Katamari Damacy, then don't play this. Meaning. If you haven't yet played the first game, I'd highly suggest it - Why not buy both? This is the best game on the planet, it's balance of simplicity, and genius is amazing.
Summary: Sheer brilliance. Mad colourful exotic silliness of a cosmic order. I feel possibilities are endless and the world really is beautiful and that humanity is really alright and everything is going to be okay. Am I part of some great social experiment? Does it have to stop. Roll up the sun!
The sequel to the most addictive game I've ever played.
Bibliotropic .net, Amazon
16 September 2005
Summary: We Love Katamari is the sequel, of course, to Katamari Damacy, and they both follow the same basic premise: use a stick rubber ball-like thing to roll things up and grow bigger, thus enabling you to roll up even bigger things.
Summary: I first played Katamari Damacy as a demo version and I was hooked!!!! I read many online reviews before buying and all I found were positive comments. It is what it is, a silly Japanese translated goofy game with awesome catchy music!!!!!!
A must have, although if you can wait, a new version is coming out on the PS3!
6 August 2009
Excerpt: When a game so insane and original comes along, how can anybody not buy it? This crazy game involves you, the prince of the cosmos, helping the king of the cosmos please his devoted fans. To do this, you walk around the 2D/3D area and walk to a person, they will tell you what they want.
Keep rolling the ball until you have rolled up the world.
20 December 2008
Excerpt: We Love Katamari - Brought from eBay (£15ish) We Love Katamari is the sequel to the much loved Katamari Damacy. And what a sequel it is. The game begins with the prince in the meadows and you are immediately pounced on by fans who want you to help them out.