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Katamari Damarcy (PlayStation 2) - Overview
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Alternative Names

Katamari Damashii

塊魂

Developer

Namco

Genre

Puzzle

Release Dates

09/21/04 Namco
03/18/04 Namco
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Community Stats

Owners: 135
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 4
Now Playing: 0

Summary

When the King of All Cosmos accidentally destroys all the stars in the sky, he orders you, his pint-sized princely son, to put the twinkle back in the heavens above. The only way you can do that is by rolling everything on Earth into clumps so that he can replace what's missing in space. "Everything" includes cookies, lawn mowers, lampposts, sumo wrestlers, bulldozers, brontosauruses, cruise ships, and more. Katamari Damacy also includes a two-player battle mode where you and a friend can see who can grow the biggest ball of stuff.

 

Source: us.playstation.com

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Latest Updates

Boxart Added oliist 29th May 2010
Boxart Added oliist 29th May 2010
Game Information Updated oliist 16th Sep 2009
Boxart Added oliist 16th Sep 2009
Game Banner Added to Database Blacksaber 09th Aug 2009
Game Information Updated zexen_lowe 20th Jun 2009
Screenshots Added Tbone 03rd May 2009
Boxart Added oliist 22nd Dec 2008
Boxart Added oliist 22nd Dec 2008
Boxart Added oliist 22nd Dec 2008

Sales History

Total Sales
0.17m
Japan
0.47m
NA
0.02m
Europe
0.08m
Others
0.73m
Total

Opinion (5)

thetonestarr posted 25/03/2009, 02:48
Definitely bought this today and am incredibly pleased with the purchase. My PS2's seen more playtime today than it has in the entire year and a half that I've owned it. =O
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zexen_lowe posted 20/09/2008, 05:05
Yay! Title fixed!
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zexen_lowe posted 20/06/2008, 12:16
Damarcy??? Anyway, fantastic game, and one of the best soundtracks EVER
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MontanaHatchet posted 15/03/2008, 06:26
This game is fun on a slow weekend.
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Sky Render posted 14/01/2008, 06:13
It's funny that a niche game like this, oozing with Japanese cultural references, sold better in the US than in Japan...
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