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We Love Katamari (PS2)

We Love Katamari (PS2)
alaScore 88

89 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Amazon.co.uk review summary for We Love Katamari - PS2

 

alaTest has collected and analysed 53 user reviews of We Love Katamari - PS2 from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.0/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games on Amazon.co.uk.

91% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: We Love Katamari (PS2)

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We Love Katamari

 

We Love Katamari is the sequel to the quirky and hugely popular Katamari Damacy from Namco. It is important to note that Keita Takahashi, the creator of the original Katamari, was reluctant to make a second Katamari game. In fact, the only reason he...

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We Love Katamari - ps2

 

Despite costing $10 more than its predecessor, which retailed for an “astronomical” $19.99, We Love Katamari remains a bargain, particularly since it provides a meatier experience. Think of those 10 extra bones as a thank-you to Namco for taking a risk...

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We Love Katamari - Playstation 2 (PS2) Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

Namco's Katamari Damacy was a fun little game, but in the grand scheme of things, it was more than that – it was a rallying cry to the industry, that games needed more innovation and less dependence on yearly sequels. And...

More fun levels to roll around in

Not much in the way of changes or improvements

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We Love Katamari on Playstation 2

 

Really Big Balls

We Love Katamari does have a few problems aside from the occasional slowdown. While the new goals and settings expand the game, there's nothing conceptually new here. If you weren't a fan of the first version, this game isn't going to turn you into...

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We Love Katamari

 

The original Katamari Damacy had to be, without a doubt, the most insane concept for a game that I have ever had the pleasure of sitting down to play. It was fun, addicting and borderline therapeutic all at the same time and is easily one of the most...

After I beat the first Katamari game, I was dying for a sequel of equal caliber. Thankfully Namco published a great follow up and We Love Katamari is everything I could have hoped for. The world is bigger, the ideas are better and the game has the same...

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We Love Katamari - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

In order to be truly successful, a game needs a few things. It needs decent characters, the kind that will draw you into their lives with their amazing talents and quirky personalities. It needs excellent, addictive, and innovative gameplay, leaving...

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We Love Katamari

 

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We Love Katamari Review

 

Turn up your stereo because the love will soon be flowing as Namco showers us with a new Katamari.

P.S. I hope the cat is okay. Taco sauce is hard to get out of fur, I hear.

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We Love Katamari

 

A game like Katamari Damacy must be a hard act to follow. For those that never played it, the entire point of the game was to roll a ball called a Katamari to collect random junk to make a bigger ball. The game was ridiculously silly and weird (made...

New, wacky levels ; New, wacky co-op multiplayer ; New, wacky soundtrack ; Same old wacky gameplay

Soundtrack not quite as good as the first game's ; Graphics still technically unimpressive ; Camera issues from the first game not fixed ; By default, not as original as the first game

We love katamari. And we're sure you'll love it too.

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We Love Katamari

 

Yes we do.

Even with the new two player modes, large levels, and new environments and objects, the fun is over far too soon. Sure, you can go back and try to improve on your katamari size, but it would have been nice to see a ridiculous amount of maps in this...

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