Summary: Where do I start? This game keeps you interested, just when you think the ball you are meticulously rolling has gotten huge, it only gets bigger and bigger! This game is great. With so many quirky and questionable Asian themes and songs you truly get a feel of an out of this world experience. This is a great addition to the true namco Katamari fan. The major drawback was the camera angles and the length of play. That's why this fun game only gets an 8 from me.
Summary: One of those 360 gems. Very underrated game!! I feel like someone put magic mushrooms in my pizza and proceeded to drop me off in the middle of a J-pop concept when i play this. Yeah, go cop this.
Summary: Like the other Katamari games, this is fun for kids, difficult for adults, and enjoyable for everyone. It's very easy to pick up and the gameplay couldn't be more simple. However, getting a score that appeases the King of the Cosmos takes a lot of practice and can be infuriatingly difficult. So it has replay value. Also, the graphics and music are goofy and weird, but are fun.
Summary: Totally addictive and fun as hell. I picked this up not expecting much. Actually I had no clue what to expect as I had never played a Katamari game before, only knew them by reputation. The levels are short and chaotic, but boy do they have huge replay value. I wish I could be more descriptive but I can't. This is a game that everyone should play at least once.
Summary: I love Katamari and my favorite was Katamari Damancy for the PS2. This one isn't as great but I still greatly enjoyed both the single and multiplayer modes. Good for a bit, but the maps aren't as fun as I'm used to and the time limits can be a little strict for my taste. Enjoyable game.