So Japanese, it's hilarious. Short but good replay value.
5 February 2015
Summary: This game is a lot of fun if you're in the mood for something lighthearted. Perfect for couples. Not a lot of planning involved. Just roll around and collect stuff! Music and design are soooo Japanese, it's hilarious.
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.
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.
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.
Summary: I started playing a version of Katamari on my boyfriend's computer and loved it. He encouraged me to buy this game and, although I haven't had a lot of time to play it, I like that there aren't any serious differences from the version we played. Great videogame for those of us that like puzzles.
Summary: Beautiful Katamari is a great game, but it's too short to warrant anything but a budget price. I have been trying to get this game for my children. Right now it's hard to find this game anywhere so it's becoming a collectible and hence it's price is going for much more than a budget price some...
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.
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.