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. It is a little difficult to control the katamari at times because it relies on the D-pad and O-X-triangle-square. All in all it was still fun to play and a great way to pass the time.
Summary: With fruity characters and fun levels, Me & My Katamari has definitely been worth the price. Katamari literally means a lump or cluster... and that's what the game is about! Rolling around through various scenes, picking up items and building up mass is the name of the game. Honestly, it was quite surprising how fun it is. The drawbacks I've encountered are as follows: -Iffy controls... They take an eternity to get used to, but don't take too much out of the game.
Summary: this game is a really simple idea turned in an amazing game. although u are going probably to have some difficults with the camera angle in the beggining the game involve in a way that u get used to this problem bringing a lot of fun hours with it. really recommend!
Summary: I've been a fan of Katamari games since the first one came out in 2004. They are the embodiment of beauty in simplicity. The concept and gameplay are simple and easy, and yet they are engaging for any level of gamer. Me and My Katamari continues this tradition but has the added bonus that it's offered for a hand-held. Being that it's so simple, I feel like Katamari and PSP are a match made in heaven.
Summary: This is a great game and at $16 on the Playstation Network Store, it is definitely worth a try. I tried a Katamari demo on the PS2, but didn't like it enough to buy it, but after spending some time with the PSP version, I am really into this game. The controls are not bad, I think most of the negative reviews are from people who were used to playing Katamari with dual analog controls and are having a hard time with digital controls with the PSP buttons.
Summary: seriously, i almost didnt purchase this game because of the bad amazon reviews. They all say the controls are terrible but they are almost identical to the ps2's. The only difference is that instead of having a right analog stick you use the shape buttons and instead of a left analog stick you use the directional buttons. The graphics are the best i have ever seen on a psp game, and this game is just as fun as we love katamari.