Katamari Forever HQ
Katamari Forever HQ (PS3)
A terrible event has occurred causing the stars to disappear from the night sky...
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 ever in a single Katamari game.
New graphical styles give Katamari Forever a certain “je ne sais quoi” that all new Katamari games possess. The Wood style uses warm sepia tones to give stages a wooden feel while Comic creates thick black outlines on every object, filled in with deep, rich colours. There are various styles to choose from, so make sure to try them all out and find your favourite for a totally new way to experience the world of Katamari.
Available on: PS3 PS3 Rank: 1336 / 1,532 | Overall Rank: 13811 / 14,380
|Katamari creator joins Canadian studio, making MMO Gl... (0)|
|Keita Takahashi, creator of Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy, has joined forces with Tiny Speck who're busy with a browser-based MMO called Glitch.
The studio says they "shared the same values" as Takahashi-san, and we're delighted to get him onboard. They're looking to "defy convention" with Glitch.
|Posted: 11.07.2011 by Technet2k|
|Namco trademark 'Katamari Amore' (3)|
|Namco Bandai have trademarked 'Katamari amore' and 'Katamari amore Rolling Whopper' in Europe, signalling a likely return to the quirky roll-em-up series.
They also nabbed 'Time Trip' and 'Have a Nice Trip!' which seems to be its tagline. The last Katamari game was Katamari Forever for PS3 almost 2 years ago.
|Posted: 28.03.2011 by Technet2k|
|Katamari man leaves "so-so" Namco Bandai, exits "dull... (0)|
|Keita Takahashi, creator of Katamari and Noby Noby Boy has left Namco Bandai and the industry as a whole, and is currently re-designing a park.
The game designer has finally become so disinterested in videogames development, calling the future after E3 2010 "a bit dull", even with 3D.
|Posted: 08.09.2010 by Technet2k|
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