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We Love Katamari (PS2)

We Love Katamari (PS2)
alaScore 79

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites.

Review analysis

(Based on 10 reviews)

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Best game around!

 

A friend told me about this game and how "you have a ball and you roll up anything and everything that you can." I must say, I was very intrigued by this. I love games that are fun and really have no point. At first, it was so hard for me to find this...

Everything

Nothing

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Great sequel to a weird game

 

In this sequel to Katamari Damacy, you once again play as the Prince in a weird and fun game. For those not familiar with the series, I will shed some light on it. You play as the Prince (son of King of all Cosmos), and you roll around a ball...

Lots of fun, replay value

A bit short and easy

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Let them turn chocolate already. We don't care.

 

Video games have now been going for a few decades and are starting to acquire a sort of uneasy credibility as a storytelling medium, a bit like comics (sorry, GRAPHIC NOVELS). And there's always been a lot of concern over their violence and the...

Deceptively simple, insanely brilliant

The music maybe? Nah, I liked it

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Oddly fun.

 

We love katamari is a sequel to Katamari Damacy. I had never heard of either game, but read some reviews and decided to try it. I got the game off of ebay at Christmas time. My husband and I played it a few months ago for the first time. It's really...

Funny, non-violent, simple concept

sometimes the king talks way too much

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Excellent! Buy the first game as well!

 

I was suggested by an employee of a major video game store which I frequent to try the first game in this series, 'Katamari Damacy'. It was a deal at $9 and I enjoyed the game, so naturally I was waiting for 'We ♥ Katamari' to be released.

No foul language or violent themes, GREAT catchy music, replay value

I wanted it to be longer; VERY addictive (but that could be a pro too)

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I Definitely Love Katamari

 

In a time with tons of Grand Theft Auto clones and extreme sports games, We Love Katamari is something very refreshing. Like it's predecessor, We Love Katamari is very odd and addicting. Just when I thought Katamari Damacy couldn't think of anything...

Innovative levels, anyone could play, fun soundtrack

Easy and short

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Chicks Dig The Sticky Balls - We Love Katamari

 

When you take the current gaming climate into effect – one that revolves around constant sequels, me-too copycats passing themselves off as 'original' titles, non-stop violence, and more licensed games than you can shake a film reel at – it's downright...

Increased variety in stages, even more bizarre than the original

Not very difficult, no online rolling

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Deep, psychedelic, light-hearted fun

 

With the pathetic downturn the Silent Hill series has taken in its so-called storyline, I decided to make a dramatic change in my preferred style of gaming and chose Hot Shots Golf 3. It was nice to see there were solid efforts outside the...

Humor, some music, all-ages appeal, great depth, variety, surreal sounds and settings

King blather when rolling, sluggishness in penultimate level. Dash should be a button

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The King Of All Cosmically Weird Games

 

Katamari Damacy was one of the greatest, most groundbreaking games for the PS2. Even better, it was exactly my kind of video game. Simple (if surreal) premise, intuitive, barebones controls, endlessly replayable, and super-fun. I loved that game so...

Great, innovative gameplay experience. Accomodates all skill levels. Funny. Awesome music

Not much change from original. Still confusing level selection system

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We Love Katamari, Rainbows, Dancing Pandas, and Making Really Big Balls

 

Overall: 9

More Katamari! Underwater levels, new soundtrack, new challenges, co-op

Price went to $30, some slowdown, a bit easy, the style isn't for everyone

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