Summary: If you like the Katamari series, you will love this one. I had a bit of an issue getting used to the controls on the PSP but I tend to have trouble with new controls. The King gets into a bind and makes the Prince clean up the mess as usual.
Summary: This is the game that I return to most for the PSP (granted, I don't play PSP games, or other games for that matter, that often). It's quirky, the music is fun, and it just doesn't seem to get old (the challenges geared toward specific items help in that regard). All around just a good game.
Summary: I'm so addicted to the different Katamari games I have one for ps2, ps3 and xbox 360. It's, a little harder to get used to on the PSP due to the fact it's missing a 2nd analog stick however once you get used to it you will have just as much fun.
Summary: We loved Katamari Damacy for our PS2. It was the only game we were so sad to lose when we decided to keep the Wii over the PS2. I'm so glad we found this for the PSP. This one is fun for the whole family! I wish it was available on other game systems...it's that good!
Summary: Not the most thrilling out of the Katamari games. I feel like Namco went lazy with it. The controls are also extremely difficult to use because of the joysticks on the PSP. Not an awful game, but difficult to maneuver through and also difficult to get past the constant repetitive levels.
Same classic fun that's slightly difficult to maneuver
9 July 2011
Summary: I have been a fan of Katamari for a long time and if I find one I love it. This was no different. The music is practically the same but this can be over looked because of the nature of this game.