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Katamari is hella decent
So here's a game series I have long heard of, but never thought I would be into:

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Its a long standing series that started on PS2, but man its fun.

I only picked it up because ive been nabbing cheap Vita games before they become ultra expensive (the deader the console, the more they are usually worth). And this was a launch title exclusive.

Really decent game. The goal is to roll shit up in a ball to get it as big as you can, or as the level demands. So sorta like rolling a big snow ball. But you roll everything from household items, to later levels where you are rolling up cites. My fav level was starting in a park being not much smaller than a person, and ending with rolling across mountains haha. Really awesome level design, which is where i think the game most shines.

Very short tho, over and out in 5 ish hours. But the idea is in the replayability and beating your old score on levels plus collecting all the bonus stuff.

Switch just got a shiny new port of the first game, now called Katamari Damacy: Reroll. Thinking of picking it up, but it seems to be no longer than what I just played and they want 30$. Also the original game had bad tank controls. There is a free demo and you are stuck with these controls. So bad. I hear there is a 'simple' control set that makes it more modern (hopefully twin stick like the Vita version) but I cannot confirm this in my googling.

Either way, go by an expensive dead Vita and then a copy of this game (currently 7$ on sale digital) or buy the Switch version and pray the simple controls float your boat.

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Liams Wrote:make a car out of scrap metal from genie lamps
it sounds so wrong

The concept sounds really fun. I'm guessing there's no pc version around..
What's wrong with your switch? Nothing good came out on Vita right?
There is!

The version on Switch (which is a port of the original PS2 game) is also on Steam. The 'simple' controls have now been confirmed to be more modern, so you should have a good time. This is the one $ilent$sun played and he loved it.

Loads of good things came out on Vita. Don't hurt my feelings.
Liams Wrote:make a car out of scrap metal from genie lamps

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