Katamari Forever

Katamari Forever

Video Game - 2009 | PlayStation 3 (PS3).
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"A terrible event has occurred causing the stars to disappear from the night sky and the King of All Cosmos to fall into a coma. The Prince must use his finely tuned Katamari rolling skills once more to re-create the absent celestial bodies, save his royal father and restore order to the Cosmos. Thumb tacks, sushi, cats, people, skyscrapers, ocean liners and continents ? nothing is safe as the Prince makes his way through the largest variety of stages in a single Katamari game ever"--Amazon.com.
Publisher: Santa Clara, CA : Namco Bandai Games America, c2009.
Edition: PlayStation 3 (PS3).
Characteristics: 1 computer optical disc :,sd., col. ;,12 cm. +,1 booklet.


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Jul 05, 2012

I was severely disappointed with this game. It's such a unique concept and I truly liked the idea, but the controls are awful (which really matters in terms of gameplay) and the winning conditions are sometimes just too vague to have any idea what your objective is. For those who like multiplayer, don't get too excited. It had local co-op, but it wasn't like I could really play that either, as it was two people controlling one katamari, which made it impossible for either player to have control, unless one just kind of sat out and let the other direct it. That being said, anyone who was a fan of Little Big Planet (on single player, and not a fan because of its ability to create player-pack levels) may be slightly more interested than I.

Feb 08, 2012

I absolutely loved this game! It was so much more unique than what you would expect from a normal video game and it takes a long time to finish the levels. It's a very fun and challenging game. I rescommand this game to anyone who like games like Little big planet.

Mar 10, 2010

Freakin awesome!!!

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ifyoureadthisgetalife thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 1 and 1

Jul 05, 2012

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The game starts when the King of the cosmos suffers from amnesia. The prince and his cousins build a robot called RoboKing to replace him but then RoboKing malfunctions and destroys all of the Cosmos. Your job is to roll a katamari (a sticky ball) to collect objects so that RoboKing can turn it into a planet. Along the way you can collect presents and cousins. There are also episodes of super heros and The Queen's diary. Also you can roll up objects depending on how big you are and sometimes you can move on to other areas depending on what size you are. You can check out the objects you rolled up and some objects are rare. You can even roll up the Eiffel Tower if you are big enough.Lastly some objects make sounds like the teapot makes a clinging sound. My favorite thing you can roll up is the tornado and the rainbow. The game has pretty good story and is only available for the playstation 3. Hope you enjoy the game!

Jul 05, 2012

You roll a sticky ball (a katamari) that picks up items, grows larger (and thus can pick up larger items, and so forth), and then return it to a giant robotic king who transforms each katamari into a star. Yeah. I know.


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