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Me And My Katamari

Released on 12 May 2006

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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Taking a break from celestial construction, the King of All Cosmos takes the royal family on vacation to a tropical island paradise, where they become tasked with the responsibility of creating new katamari islands for homeless animals. An epic undertaking of this time, earthly proportions, the King calls upon his pint-sized son, the Prince, and all of his cousins for help.
  • Wireless play for up to four people on the PSP system.
  • A cast of playable characters that includes the Prince and his cousins - a mix of familiar faces and new additions.
  • A host of customization options for player characters, including new masks and headgear, as well as the ability to wear them on the head, face and body.
  • A new island interface that highlights player options and the different stages represented by animals in need of new homes.

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 Average rating (2 reviews)

 The King of All Cosmos

| | See all Bashimitsu's reviews (61)

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A Katamari, for the uninitiated, is a ball which is rolled around on the ground and used to stick things to. The idea is to collect as many things with the Katamari as you can within a certain period of time. It gets trickier when you're requested to collect specific kinds of things and that, in a nutshell, is that. The game is crazy, camp and, depending on your preferences, as addictive as hell! It's certainly more fun than it sounds and the creators have really gone to town on making 'Me and My Katamari' ooze with crazy Japanese style. If you're looking for something fun, different and original then this is probably worth a punt.
The only reason I'm not awarding it a perfect 5 is because the controls are little on the rubbishy side of things; I'm sure there would have been an easier way to control the Prince than having to rely on both the digipad AND the buttons to move the little fella around. It takes some getting used, is really not intuitive but, to be fair, with perseverance does start to make a little sense.

 My thumbs...they hurt

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Katamari on the PS2 was a great game. Really cheery and really addictive. This is pretty much the same but with controls that cripple your thumbs and leave you shaking your hands at the end of each level while saying things like 'ouch' and 'bloody hell'.

The PSP version also lacks variety in the missions and once you get to a certain point you will just be doing the same thing over and over again. It's cool the first time you roll up a skyscraper but after the 10th time of doing it on exactly the same level it loses it's appeal.

Rating3+ (PEGI)