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We Love Katamari Member Review for the PS2

grandmagoodtimes By:
grandmagoodtimes
03/21/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Puzzle 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER Namco 
DEVELOPER Namco 
RELEASE DATE  
E Contains Fantasy Violence

What do these ratings mean?

We Love Katamari is one of those games that comes along, touches you inappropriately, but then calls you the next day. It is that nice. This game is fun, nay, it is the definition of fun. The people behind this game are geniuses with creative abilities far greater than any mere mortal could hope of having. The game is whacky, awesomely so. Just the right amount of innuendo, slap stick, and down right hilarity. The graphics are better than the previous game and there are much more things to do, including new levels, items, characters, and two player modes. The music is excellent, as always, and everything just feels well placed and thought out. If I were to be transformed into a game, I would request to be made into Katamari. It is so cute, it makes you want to vomit, yet you wont be able to turn away. Go get a copy of this game, if you can find one. Good luck, and let the King of All Cosmos watch over you.


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