katamari damacy reroll xbox one

16 years ago – way back in 2004 – Katamari Damacy launched on PS2, before dropping in on Nintendo Switch and PC in 2018. Now though it’s time to REROLL as Xbox One and PS4 players get a release date for Katamari Damacy REROLL. Are you ready to keep on rollin’ baby?

Coming in steaming hot on November 20th 2020, Katamari Damacy REROLL will hit Xbox One and PS4 to deliver a game that is focused on one thing – getting bigger and bigger and bigger. You see, taking charge of the Katamari, in Damacy REROLL you will be found picking up all manner of things, from clips, candies and buildings, to animals and more!

A remaster of the acclaimed classic, in Katamari Damacy REROLL, you will fast discover that the King of All Cosmos accidentally destroyed the stars from the sky. It will therefore be up to you to control a cute little Prince and roll the Katamari to bring the night lights back. Simple, eh!

Well yes, even more so as this Xbox One and PS4 edition of Katamari Damacy REROLL will provide gamers with smoother controls, an adjusted level of difficulty and some rather enchanting visuals. Throw in the chance to feel the rhythm of the beat and get fully immersed in your rolling journey with an exciting soundtrack made of renowned Japanese artists of various musical genres – jazz to rap and funky rock – and things get better still.

Whether you played the game previously, or are just hearing of Katamari Damacy right now for the first time with an upcoming launch on Xbox One and PS4 with the REROLL edition matters little. Just prepare yourself for November 20th 2020 in order to keep on rollin’

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