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We Love Katamari

Quirky, fun, and majorly addicting are just a few ways to describe the gaming phenomenon known as Katamari.

Lisa Lippard
Apr 24, 2006

Game Title: We Love Katamari
Genre: Action
Console: PS2, Xbox, GameCube, GameBoy Advance, Nintendo DS, PC
Publisher: Namco

Quirky, fun, and majorly addicting are just a few ways to describe the gaming phenomenon known as Katamari. Last year's introduction of Katamari Damacy created a sensation with its funky graphics, tripped-out music, and simple gameplay. We Love atamari rolls its way to another great game capable of distracting gamers for hours on end. Take a trip around the world with the Prince as he collects objects from his travels in all new levels filled with brand new stuff. Get ready to roll the Katamari underwater collecting fishes, or even stop to roll over the Eiffel Tower on for a cool collectible for the Prince. New two-player co-op gameplay makes it easy to share the crazy fun with a friend. But, if things don't work out so happily, take it over to Battle mode and roll up the friend instead in three different battle stages. The only thing better than We Love Katamari would be portable Katamari--and thankfully, that's right around the corner.

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