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We Love Katamari

Platform(s): PlayStation 2
Genre: Puzzle
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Namco

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'We Love Katamari' (PS2) Rolls into Stores

by Rainier on Sept. 20, 2005 @ 11:15 a.m. PDT

After the tremendous response to “Katamari Damacy,” the King of All Cosmos became a huge international celebrity and was inundated with special rolling requests from his many dedicated fans. Now it is up to the Prince and his many cousins to fulfill the requests of these fans and appease his mercurial father. Players will roll through all-new levels in this new adventure, from a snowy field to the bottom of a lake and even across world-famous cities to collect well-known landmarks along the way. “We Love Katamari” also features an all-new soundtrack of original songs and an extended battle mode with more levels and objectives than ever before. Additionally, for the first time, players can roll their katamari cooperatively with a friend in any of the game’s levels.

"Nearly a year after the release of ‘Katamari Damacy’ in the United States, fans can now continue the rolling adventures of the King of All Cosmos, the Prince and his many cousins with ‘We Love Katamari,’" said Yoshi Niki, business director at Namco Hometek Inc. "’We Love Katamari’ includes the same enthralling gameplay and an outstanding original soundtrack just like last year's break-though hit, but adds a unique cooperative play mode and even more outrageous levels to keep franchise fans satisfied."

Fans can visit the official web site for “We Love Katamari” at http://katamari.namco.com to submit their original katamari artwork to be analyzed by the King himself, represented by the game’s creator and director, Keita Takahashi. Visitors can also download a special “desktop Prince” which will roll around their screen, and search around the site for hidden and unlockable content.

Exclusively for the PS2, “We Love Katamari” is rated E for Everyone and carries a suggested retail price of $29.99.


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