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: This game is amazing. This is one of those games that you're gonna pick up and justn ever want to set down. If you have kids, buy this video game for them, I guarantee you that they will love it. The graphics are amazing, and like I said before you'll never stop playing it. 10/10. The only thing that I find is a little bit bad is the soundtrack. The soundtrack is amazing, but it could get kinda annoying at times. Still I gave the soundtrack a 9/10.
Summary: The King of the Cosmos is at again. Poor Prince has to do the King's bidding and put more stars back into the sky. The King (of course) is too busy being adored by the people to help you. Build up the sky and do it by rolling one object at a time. Like the first game Katamari Damacy, you roll around the worlds and collect miscellaneous objects.
Excerpt: If you have a Playstation 2, you probably own a copy of either Katamari game. This game is basically the same as the other Katamari games. It's still amazingly fun, though, and the accelerator controls makes it even funner. Your goal in the game is to roll a sticky ball onto stuff you find on the ground, such as cats, pencils or even Mahjong bricks and get them stuck to your ball.
A must have, although if you can wait, a new version is coming out on the PS3!
8 June 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. Such as they want you to clean up their kids room. You can choose to accept their mission and off you go to a loading screen.
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.