Heya everyone, I was wondering what your opinions on Touch My Katamari are for those who've played it?
From my impressions on it, it seems to look like a okay Katamari game, but it kind of feels rushed to release with the launch of the Vita, what with the small amount of cousins, some just being mashed together in one (Violet and Lalala for example) to compensate for the lack of cousins and the DLC being quite sketchy, and the game being the shortest of them all. Even Me & My Katamari was longer.
But I can't judge it for myself since I wanna give it a fair chance, plus the stretch mechanic looks fun, and the music is awesome as it should be.
SO, I wanna hear what you guys think.Read more >
Hey all, I just started a brand new Katamari YouTube channel archiving gameplay footage, commercials, music, and other Katamari related things.
If you have anything you wanna submit, you can send it to email@example.com.
Link to channel is right here.Read more >
Hey all, I was wondering what titles we should use for admins, mods, ect.
The default titles in a way kind of make things seem a bit stale, so I wanna spice up the wiki a tiny bit more.Read more >
The only problem is whether or not I should open it. RIP.Read more >
This review I wrote originally came from rateyourmusic.com
Katamari Fortissimo Damacy is the original soundtrack to the unique, fun, and quirky Japanese PS2 game Katamari Damacy (AKA Katamari Damashii, or Clump Spirit if you wanna be literal), released in 2004. And just like the game, this soundtrack is bound to put a smile on your face and give you the courage to roll that katamari of yours.
The soundtrack was composed by Yu Miyake and other musicians especially for the game, and unlike most video game soundtracks, this album features vocals from many famous Japanese voice actors and singers that haven't been in the spotlight for a while and lyrics specifically about rolling. But that won't stop you from enjoying the songs as they can stand…Read more >