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- Rolling in 720P Katamari leaps into the next generation with an upgrade into the HD era with increased visual depth and seamless Katamari growth All new soundtrack New levels and objects present the player with more craziness to conquer
- New Characters New cousins join the fun to bring the total to over 50 playable characters each with their own quirky animations and style
- Offline Multiplayer Share the experience with another player as you race to collect more objects than each other Tired of battling it out Make peace and work together in co op mode to roll the same katamari
- Online Multiplayer for the first time Compete with your friends to roll up everything or as many specific objects as possible As you wait for more online players take part in the mini games that populate the lobby and spread the world of Katamari Damacy
- Downloadable Content The world's ever changing as your game will continue to give you joy through downloadable content ready to give you a fresh experience very time you fire up your system
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First, this game, like the other Katamari games: Katamari Damacy, We Love Katamari and Me and My Katamari, is a BLAST to play. For those who don't know, you play as the Prince of the Cosmos who has been sent by the King of the Cosmos to use a sticky ball known as a Katamari, to roll up items in the world to create stars, satellites and planets to re-populate the solar system after the King has done something to mess up the galaxy (always something funny). The Katamari starts out small and at first you can only roll up small objects, but as the game progress you'll be able to roll up people, cars, buildings and even landmasses (and much later... entire planets!). This kind of unique gameplay is addictive and fun to say the least. Here's where the game falls short...
I defeated the game in a day and a half (that includes obtaining the online achievements). The game is very short compared to other Katamari releases. Also, you end up re-visiting several maps that are being passed off as new levels simply because they have a few different items in them.Read more ›
When I first played through the game, I thought it was a bit short. Even including bonus unlockables, there are only about 9-12 levels and several of them are very similar to each other. Almost every level on the game has the same kind of goal: get as big as you can while picking up as many objects of a particular type (drinks, cold things, "powerful" things, etc.) as possible. The only exceptions are one level where you have to raise the temperature of the katamari by picking up hot things and avoiding cold things (very difficult), one where you need to pick up as many "rings" as possible (which is pretty fun), and a bonus level where the type of object you need to pick up changes every minute or so. There are no get-an-exact-size challenges (like Saturn in the previous installment), no pick-up-only-one-X levels (like the CowBear level), no katamari-on-fire levels, no underwater levels, no snow levels, no pick-up-lots-of-one-item (as in the firefly level), and not much clever at all. So when I completed the game, I was slightly disappointed that there wasn't much more to do.
That's when I heard about the "downloadable" content. There actually are more levels in the game, but you just can't play them unless you pay (about $3.50 each level) to "download" them. I put "download" in quotation marks, because the levels are already on the disc.Read more ›
The levels which were included were fun, but the game was short. I didn't expect it to be as long as We Love Katamari but it was short enough that I couldn't believe it was over. I re-checked all the levels, sure I had missed something that would unlock the rest of the game. It turns out the rest of the game was available as downloadable content. This game was not cheap enough to justify it's length in my opinion. It really felt like they made a whole game, but only put half of it on the disk.
Additionally for those with a PS3 the newest Katamari game, Katamari Forever, contains all of these levels, including at leas one of the downloadable ones, and a better story line.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
You will wake up with the songs from this video game in your head and you won't even care. This colorful, wacky game will have you tilting your head saying, "What the heck did... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ashleigh C.
This is hands down one of the best Xbox video games I have ever played. Soooooo addicted. The first time I played this game I couldn't put it down and played into the early morning... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Anna
The humor in this version falls flat. That aspect is one of the best reasons to play the series, so that's a big letdown. However, the game play remains intact and wonderful.Published 4 months ago by KJR
Great game.. Website was confusing when I accidentally used the wrong card and it was declined.. There was an option to buy again which I did.. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Abrey Holcomb
God I love this stupid game. It's super weird, very basic, and extremely Japanese. It's also very very soothing on the brain after a long day of hard mental work. Read morePublished 14 months ago by E. Giffen