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I can't wait to show this to my kids. I've already played them the soundtrack, but there are few games that evoke such pure, unbridled joy for me me like Katamari did. It's like nothing else.

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:wub::wub::wub:

 

There’s no good way to play Katamari these days, so this is wonderful news. Katamari Forever on PS3 is the best version, but I’m not setting my PS3 up again.

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1 hour ago, Paulando said:

:wub::wub::wub:

 

There’s no good way to play Katamari these days, so this is wonderful news. Katamari Forever on PS3 is the best version, but I’m not setting my PS3 up again.

 

Prefer the OG myself but yes, let joy be unconfined.

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I wish they'd make a brand new one. The original was 2 generations ago! Just think how much you could roll up if they designed one for current hardware from scratch!

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5 minutes ago, Wroth said:

I wish they'd make a brand new one. The original was 2 generations ago! Just think how much you could roll up if they designed one for current hardware from scratch!

 

With uploadable user-generated content.

 

I'd like to roll up:

 

A lawnmower

The rise of the far right

Namesti Miru church

Father Gascoigne

Rusev Day

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Leading video game developer and publisher BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. today announced that The Dashing Prince and King of All Cosmos will return on December 7, 2018 in Katamari Damacy REROLL for Nintendo Switch™ and PC via STEAM®. Roll through inventive and quirky levels gathering up progressively larger items to beat each level’s “par” size before the timer runs out. With its unique visual style and fun J-pop soundtrack, Katamari Damacy REROLL is a truly memorable title for anyone who is young at heart!

The King of All Cosmos has knocked out all the stars in the sky after a particularly rambunctious night of fun. Realizing his mistake, The King has tasked his young son, The Prince, to go to Earth and roll up as many things as possible to recreate the missing celestial bodies. Paper clips, books, cars, buildings, mountains, and continents, nothing is too big or small for The Prince and his adhesive Katamari ball. Katamari Damacy REROLL will feature remastered graphics and cut scenes as well as new motion controls optimized for the Nintendo Switch. Using the left and right Joy-Con controllers while the Nintendo Switch is in TV mode or Tabletop mode, players can move The Prince around with ease by simply turning their wrists.

“Katamari Damacy is a game of pure joy. From the whimsical story, colorful graphics, cute characters, and delightful J-pop soundtrack, the game simply exudes light-hearted fun.” said Abelina Villegas, Associate Brand Manager for BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. “We aim to delight returning fans of the franchise as well as those who may not have had a chance to be on the ball the first time around with Katamari Damacy REROLL.”

 

 

 

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No cows :(

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2 hours ago, Keyboard Koala said:

For cows? They didn't need to be the same as the PS2 original cover. Just y'know, cows. They're needed in a Katamari cover.

 

The cows might not have agreed for their likeness to be used.

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I want the next Katamari game to start at a subatomic level, rolling around collecting electrons and neutrons. Then atoms. Then grains of sand on a beach. Then at the end rolling up the multiverse and time itself.

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20 minutes ago, Paulando said:

I want the next Katamari game to start at a subatomic level, rolling around collecting electrons and neutrons. Then atoms. Then grains of sand on a beach. Then at the end rolling up the multiverse and time itself.

Have you played 'Everything'?

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