The sequel to the most addictive game I've ever played.
Ria (Bibliotropic), Amazon
24 February 2007
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. It counds like a dumb idea for a game, but I've found it to be on of the most addictive games I've ever played. The graphics are cute and cartoony, as are the sounds.
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! Roll me up too! Is this the ultimate group hug? - Make me ONE with everything!! The KATAMARI is GOOD.
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!!!!!! You role your Katamari ball around and strange odd things stick to it and it gets bigger! My kids call it the 'rolly ball game' and they love it as well. There is no violence/blood or anything like that, its just cute!
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. It's clever, and as highbrow or lowbrow as you want to make it. If I could give it a 10, I would.
Summary: I love this game! Combining hand-eye co-ordination, quirky Japanese style and a collecting-stuff dynamic that really appeals to my hoarding instinct, it's so addictive you'll lose hours and won't realise it. You'll find yourself humming along to the catchy background music too. Great fun!
Summary: If there is one thing I could say about this game, it is that this game is as bright and colourful as unicorn vomit. But the extremely vibrant locals are only the background to what is a very fun game at heart.
Summary: Namco are famous for making beat-em-ups like Tekken and Soul Calibur, then out of nowhere We Love Katmamari came along a bonkers collect them-up puzzle game. The object of the game is to roll a ball around and pick up objects which start off being small, but later on you will be collecting buildings from a city. The first level starts off in a small room as you progress though the game you roll around a school, outside and even under water.