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GF Rating
7.1

1622 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
10

Perfect

The most psychadelic game ever

posted by gruettner (SHREVEPORT, LA) Nov 21, 2009

Member since Nov 2009

This game is relaxing and simple.
At the same time it is addictive and destructive.
You can't get a much better balance than this game.

You have 3 different modes to beat the game in.
The 2 Multiplayer games are possibly even more fun.

Finally, the artistic flare to this game makes it very unique. Even the sounds that come from the animals, buildings, or stars is very entertaining.

If you haven't tried this game get it now. You will not be disappointed.

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GF Rating
6

Above Average

not as good

posted by batp15 (DAYTON, TX) Nov 16, 2009

Member since Mar 2009

i played some of the games on the internet that are like this but the controls are much better.

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Another Katamari Hit

posted by yanalyst (ROGERSVILLE, MO) Nov 14, 2009

Member since Dec 2008

The quirky game that made our thumbs sore in 2004 is back, and it's better than ever. The graphics still aren't much to look at, but many other aspects have seen an improvement. The menus are much easier to navigate than those of We Love Katamari, and the addition of the multiplayer cooperative mode is refreshing. Yes, there are the nearly-obligatory trophies, as well, which some players may find useful for an additional challenge.

The real reason to buy this game, however, is the tweaks to the gameplay. The Sixaxis allows for a new move to jump up to higher ground without having to roll over it, and the "heart" item allows the player to pick up items that otherwise would be slightly too large. And if you're one of the unfortunate PS3 owners who cannot enjoy backwards compatibility, fear not--the developers have recreated some of the best-loved levels from the previous two games.

There's plenty here for everybody, from the grizzled veterans who remember cartridges, to the newcomers who are just now encountering our favourite pastime.

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