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Katamari Damacy Latest News - PS2

  • Publisher: Namco
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Namco
  • Release Date:Sep 22, 2004
  • # of Players:2 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:From the ingenious minds of Namco Japan comes Katamari Damacy! You are the Prince of the Cosmos, and when your father knocks the stars of out the sky it is up to you to make things right. How? By rolling around planet Earth collecting everything in your path into a giant ball of things! Clump up cruise liners, buildings, cars, trees, cows, bicycles, people, you name it! With a single-player story mode, two-player battle mode, and graphics and gameplay built with a Japanese aesthetic and sensibility, Katamari Damacy is one of the most remarkable, curious games in many moons.
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  • Katamari Damacy Creator Joins Sense Of Wonder Night Jury Panel At Tokyo Game Show 2009

    If you’re a fledging indie-game developer, nothing could be more valuable than being able to show your work to established and respected professionals during some industry-sponsored showcase of some kind, preferably in Japan. Fortunately for you, just such an event will be taking place on September 25 at the 2009 Tokyo Game Show. The...

    Posted June 11, 2009

    Katamari Damacy Creator Joins Sense Of Wonder Night Jury Panel At Tokyo Game Show 2009

 


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