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We Love Katamari

We Love Katamari (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Developer: Now Production
AKA: Minna Daisuki Katamari Damacy (JP)

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Staff Reviews

We Love Katamari review

Reviewed August 08, 2005

Michael Scott says: "Initially, some may see Namco's decision to dub their release, "We Love Katamari", as an obvious attempt to fool thoughtless, Walmart shoppers. Part egocentric admission of self-confessed love, part marketing ploy from hell, the title's underhanded strategy is suspicious at best. It's lucky for us however, the revised moniker is anything but nefarious, and its carefully chosen wording has given players a glimpse of what is to come."
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Reader Reviews

We Love Katamari review

Reviewed November 08, 2005

draqq_zyxx says: "We Love Katamari is as guilty as a pleasure gets. Never has rolling up a ball of mass destruction been so undeniably fun. Who would have thought picking up chickens, PE teachers, and ice cream sandwiches with a sticky sphere would be so addictive? Even The King of All Cosmos doesn't get it. But with fans of Katamari Damacy screaming for more, how can he not bask in his newfound stardom? Thus he commands his tiny, neon-green prince back to Earth to amass katamaris to please his ador..."
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