- Beautiful Katamari Damacy
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- 304 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 247 of 0 Games
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About Beautiful Katamari Damacy
Beautiful Katamari is a video game by Namco Bandai; expected to be the fourth game in the Katamari series of games; following Katamari Damacy, We Love Katamari and Me & My Katamari. In mid-April, the game was confirmed by Famitsu to be in development for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in Japan, and officially announced by Namco Bandai Games America on April 20. Both versions of the game will retain the dual analog control scheme of the PlayStation 2 Katamari games, and will also include online play features. No release date has been indicated for release in Japan; Famitsu reports that development for the game is 50% complete. Namco Bandai Game America has indicated that the title will be released in 2007.
Beautiful Katamari Damacy News
A few years ago you might recall a title by the name of Katamari Damacy. That title was created by Keita Takahashi, whom you may also remember telling the BBC that he was going to give videogames the backseat as he will start focusing on creating a children’s playground. While that is true...
Beautiful Katamari was originally supposed to come to both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, so people were shocked when Namco Bandai announced it as a 360 exclusive. Last week, we reported that Namco Bandai's website once again listen the game as coming to PS3. The listing was shortly removed, once a...
Bandai Namco’s official games page is now listing Beautiful Katamari for release on both the PlayStation 3 and Wii, despite earlier reports that the PS3 version had been cancelled due to porting issues. Over the last couple of months, there have been countless rumors of a Wii version, with t...
Some, apparently reliable, source has revealed to IGN.com that Beautiful Katamari has been canned for the PlayStation 3. A few weeks ago it was suggested that Namco-Bandai was going to develop more games on the Nintendo Wii. This is the first indication that those rumours might be actually true...