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On Long Last, Katamari Damacy rolls on the switch



The most distinctive and probably strangest game ever made, Katamari Damacy makes the way to Nintendo Switch. The price be to the king of all cosmos!

Today's Nintendo Direct showed that the eccentric and extremely Japanese jigsaw puzzle action game Katamari Damacy would return for a new generation of players like the Katamari Damacy Reroll. This marks the second time that the Katamari franchise has been available on the Nintendo console.

As you may expect a new recording, the game will have a new, new HD graphics, but since it is on the Nintendo switch, it will take full advantage of the console's capabilities and I mean not only that the game can be played on the go. Katamari Damacy Reroll can be played with either Joy-Cons gyro controls or a solo Joy-Con, and it will even take advantage of Switch's HD Rumble. Oh, and the game comes with multiplayer with split screen. Remember that old function?

Unfortunately, we do not know too much about this HD recovery than the mentioned multiplayer, HD graphics and motion controls. Katamari Damacy Reroll can only be a pure remake of the original game, or it may contain some new levels. It may or may not contain amiibo functionality. The game may even include a sharing feature that allows players to show their favorite (and strangest) creations. But we do not know anything more especially if players can play it with the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.

The Katamari franchise has been in hibernation for a while. The last regular Katamari game for a home console was released in 2009 for PlayStation 3. After that, Namco Bandai launched two Katamari apps that were not well received and a Katamari game for PlayStation Vita and we all know how much the handheld flopped .

We have to wait for the winter to see how much has or did not change the Katamari Damacy Reroll. Either way, it's good to see such a cool-classic game making the way to the Nintendo switch.


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