Bandai Namco's Sweet Puzzle Katamari Damacy gives its return, with the original game reopened as the Katamari Damacy Reroll on the Nintendo Switch. During today's Nintendo Direct, it was confirmed that the game will have Joy-Con gyroscope controls and support HD rumble.
In addition, players will be able to participate in multiplayer matches with a single Joy-Con controller each. Katamari Damacy Reroll will be available in winter 2018. Combined by Keita Takahashi and released to PlayStation 2 in 2004, Katamari Damacy was unlike anything else, and its uniqueness helped develop a passionate fan base.
In GameSpots Katamari Damacy Review, Ryan Davis says that the game "is not too esoteric and the mechanics are simple and nice enough for people of almost all shapes and sizes to be able to pick it up and start having fun in minutes .
"Katamari Damacy is by far one of the strangest, most original games coming together this year," he continued. "The game concept, the visual style, the soundtrack, the backstory itself are all busy and performed with such a unique taste that, when presented as a whole, it's hard not to be drawn by all the weird little idiosyncrasies."
" It's not a complex game, it's not particularly challenging or long. However, it is unapologically surreal, which can make it to ugh to ignore, and its toylike gameplay model provides a surprisingly satisfying experience. "
Although Nintendo Direct is over, there are plenty of news to be captured, including the announcement of Luigi's Mansion 3 for Nintendo Switch, More Details about the Nintendo Switch Online Service, New Content for Mario Tennis Aces and a new Smash Bros. Ultimate Switch package.
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