Excerpt: Katamari Damacy rules. There's just no dancing around that point; it's an astonishing piece of software, not to mention a unique one. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to take a large sticky ball thing and roll it around all sorts of environs with no particular goal in mind but to make...
Summary: Namco's Katamari Damacy for the PS2 is one
of the strangest titles released for any platform this year. The game defies
convention with it's distinctively off-the-wall aesthetics making the entire
experience quite unique.
Excerpt: Some games catch your eye because the name bring up associations; a game with 194x in its title will usually be World War II-themed, and seeing the word 'speed' in a title usually signifies a racing game. But what on earth is Katamari Damacy about then?
Excerpt: The King of the Cosmos is a big dork. I say this not because I hate him, or because I’m bitter, but because it’s a simple fact. One night, out of pure boredom, he went flying around space bumping into stars.
Conclusion: Katamari Damacy may not be one of the most popular titles available, but there’s no reason to pass it up. It’s a unique game that feels almost like a new way of experiencing a game, which leaves you with a very satisfying gaming experience.
Conclusion: Disponible uniquement en version japonaise et américaine, Katamri Damacy est annoncé timidement pour une sortie européenne après le printemps 2005 alors que la version 2 est actuellement en développement au japon. Ce jeu mérite vraiment d’être acheté si vous aimez les jeux atypiques.