Summary: Bought this at the suggestion of some stoner gamer friends LOL. Definitely can see why they liked it. Simple, flashy colors, could see this being a huge draw for kids too. Game play with two players is very odd to figure out. The coordination and steering with two players takes time to figure out. Solid game to waste time when you just want some mindless decompress time.
Summary: I love this game! Adorable story line and it is so easy to get sucked in and play for hours on end. The game also has a great replay value letting you go back and top your scores. Beautiful scenery and awesome music!
Summary: This game is hands down the goofiest, most entertaining thing out there! The first time I played it I was amazed at the complexity in such a simple game. Ironic, huh? I recommend this to everyone to try at least once! It is great for parties or simply to pass time.
Summary: To any Katamari fan, get this. It's way improved over the PS2 installments, and that's saying a lot. For those new to the series, just go to Wikipedia and read about it. This version has crisp HD graphics in 1080P and tons of extras and easter eggs. I've played it for about fifty hours now, and I still pick it up from time to time to relax and enjoy the music and the silly art style.
Summary: I bought this game recently after watching Arin Hanson and Dan Avidan play Katamari Damacy on their show, Game Grumps. Well, I've got to give it to Namco on this one-- it's amazing. Not only is this game incredibly creative, really pretty, and quirky, it's more fun that any game I've played in a long time. Sure, a game like Call of Duty might relieve stress.
Summary: Combine a bizarre story together with hoarder-like gameplay and you have Beautiful Katamari. All you do is roll a ball around. You start small and collect small items, but then you grow... the game gets crazy. It's really fun and funny and not too frustrating - at least for me. If you can appreciate crazy, try it.