Katamari Damacy REROLL – Now Available

Friday, December 7th, 2018

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Katamari Damacy | Various Characters

Katamari Damacy REROLL is now digitally available in the Americas for Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam. The game will cost you $29.99. But if you would like a physical version, various participating GameStop locations in the US and EB Games in Canada, have physical copies available for Nintendo Switch.

Abelina Villegas, Bandai Namco America’s associate brand manager, made a comment stating “Katmari Damacy REROLL‘s quirky visuals, charming characters, and bright J-pop soundtrack is a delight for all ages, reminding everyone that you should always keep on rolling.”

About the game:

After a lively night in the cosmos, the King of All Cosmos has realized he has knocked out all the stars in the sky, and tasks his son, The Prince, to go to Earth and recreate the stars with his adhesive Katamari ball. As The Prince rolls his ball, he picks up items ranging in sizes, from a small paperclip to an entire continent, letting nothing stop him. Players will go through levels as The Prince and gather progressively larger items to beat each level’s ‘par’ size before the timer runs out. Katamari Damacy REROLL features remastered graphics and cut scenes as well as new motion controls optimized for the Nintendo Switch. Players will be able to easily maneuver The Prince with just a turn of their wrists using the Joy-Con® controllers.  

 

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