Summary: If you are looking for a game that strays away from the norm then look no further. If you are a fan of anything Japanese, this game is for you. The game mechanic is basic. You roll a katamari, which is like a snowball you roll around that gets bigger and bigger, however instead of snow you are rolling up everyday objects from the world, starting as small as a coin and before you know it you are rolling up people then cars then buildings then, well you get the point.
Summary: Katamari Damacy is amazing. The premise is simple: You're the Prince of all Cosmos and you're tasked with rolling things from earth into a ball to make new stars. But this game is so much more than that. The levels range in difficulty but each are fun and colorful, featuring crazy Japanese household items and even crazier tunes. The replay-ability of this game is amazing.
Summary: I have played the katamari for hours on end. The songs are stuck in my head. This game is addictive. Katamari Damacy is a quirky Japanese video game for playstation. You are the prince and you are given orders to push around a giant sticky ball by the king. the king is condescending and goofy at times. the goal is to make the biggest sticky ball (katamari) as you can in the amount of time given by pushing the ball over objects on the ground and making them stick.
Summary: Easily one of the most amusing games I have ever played. It was fun, made me laugh, and had an underlying sense of purpose. The game itself is uniquely designed. Although rolling things into a ball may seem easy, it proves to be an entertaining challenge.
Summary: I've been a huge Katamari fan for years now. Katamari Damacy is too much fun. It's addictive, carefree, challenging to a point, and really colorful. It's family-friendly and just wonderful. I recommend this!
Pretty fun game, although the chatty King could be quiet!
Elizabeth "missy", Amazon
31 May 2012
Summary: This game is harder than it sounds, mainly because the King gives you only a certain amount of time to roll a ball of a certain size. That took some of the fun out of it for me. I just wanted to play and enjoy the fun of rolling things up into a giant ball, without worrying about a time deadline. However, since this is a game, I understand the need for a timer (but wouldn't it be fun to just roll the ball?).
Summary: It never ceases to amaze me that a game with such simple instructions (use the joysticks to push a ball around and hit things) can have such a range of difficulties and so many hours of replayability! It's easy to pick up and hard to put down. I find this is a good game for playing with my family, once they get past the weirdness of the opening screen, because the controls are easy to learn quickly.
Summary: Do you remember those games as a child that you went back to time and time again because, while they might not have been as challenging as that 200 hour RPG you've been playing, they're just that addictive? Think the old Mario platformers, Plants vs. Zombies, or even Tetris. This game is about rolling around picking up ever increasing items to make giant Katamari's to replace stars missing in the sky. It's addictive and exceedingly fun. I would recommend it to anyone.
Summary: The amazing part of this game is its addicting quality. Do you remember playing Tetris for the first time and realizing 4 hours have been whisked away? Well this game does that to you as well. Simple, addicting and well worth the money.
Summary: This game was... WOW. Are there even any WORDS for this? xD It's hilarious, quirky, goofball-fun, with a serious twist, in a very Japanese way? Aahh, that sounds like a dating ad... Well, anyway, it's FANTASTIC! The only thing that genuinely disappointed me was that it was so short... I easily beat it in three days, but I guess that's what all the sequels are for, right?