Excerpt: The King of all Cosmos, that incredibly charismatic and completely flipping character is back! After his adventures with Katamari Damacy on the PS2, it’s the PSP’s turn to start rolling and pressing that crazy acting in handheld form so that you can also Katamari on the train.
Excerpt: Katamari Damacy released on the PS2 in 2004 to great critical acclaim, with most people noting the innovative, quirky gameplay and delightful, eclectic soundtrack. Then came We Love Katamari, which kept the formula intact while offering some new gameplay options.
Excerpt: If ever there was a game to polarise opinion, it's Katamari Damacy. Its colourful visuals and quirky soundtrack have an almost universal appeal, but people are often surprised when they play the game for the first time.
Summary: Parents need to know that this third installment in the cult Japanese Katamari series contains nothing objectionable -- unless you object to rolling up people and animals in a giant sticky ball.
Excerpt: It is an unfortunate fact that the PSP has a constantly growing library, but among so many titles, only a few truly shine. One such title is Me & My Katamari . It is a title with a high set of qualities, not only on the PSP, but any platform.
Excerpt: A portable Katamari game... that's right, now you can roll random objects into large balls no matter where you are. Me and My Katamari lets you control the Prince as he travels across all new locations picking up objects both old and novel, all in the palm of your hands.
Excerpt: Me and My Katamari is the third instalment in the Katamari series. This version offers yet more of the crazy but addictive gameplay so many people enjoyed in Katamari Damacy and We Love Katamari. This time, however, the franchise makes a welcome debut on the PSP, its debut on a handheld platform.