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SubjectKatamari Damacy --- DS new Reply to this message
Posted byVmprHntrD
Posted on03/20/05 11:44 PM



Newest Nintendo Power mag (v121) lists a ton of a new games from various developers. Namco has informed Nintendo they're bringing the insane world of Katamari Damacy to life on the handheld exclusively.

I know there are a few bigass fans of the game series here so I figured I'd drop a line. At least now I will have no regrets in dumping the PS2 now that this sucker is coming to town.




SubjectWOOHOO!!! new Reply to this message
Posted bynewsdee
Posted on03/21/05 02:03 AM



Yeah this console is badly in need of software. I got Rayman DS last weekend and it's not bad, but you can tell it's just a port without much thought of how to best use the console. And it has some slightly noticeable drops in framerate. And the touch screen is not the best to control it...

Can't wait for Castlevania, and now, KD. :-)




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SubjectRe: WOOHOO!!! new Reply to this message
Posted byJoffeman
Posted on03/21/05 02:08 AM



> Yeah this console is badly in need of software.

i agree. i'm glad nintendo hasn't pulled its feeding tube.

j


Subjectnow i understand new Reply to this message
Posted byLord Ashram
Posted on03/21/05 02:14 AM



dr. mario broke your enema.

you're still a necrofucker!


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your name is bitch, and i own you!



SubjectI wonder how they're gonna work the controls... new Reply to this message
Posted byEon_Blue
Posted on03/21/05 07:29 AM



Two analog sticks just felt right. Obviously it'll make use of the screen - I hope it doesn't wreck the gameplay just to make use of a gimmick.




SubjectRe: I wonder how they're gonna work the controls... Reply to this message
Posted byVmprHntrD
Posted on03/21/05 11:50 AM



> Two analog sticks just felt right. Obviously it'll make use of the screen - I
> hope it doesn't wreck the gameplay just to make use of a gimmick.
>
>
Actually I could see using the stylus to draw the path of where you want the ball to go. Touch the panel and the ball will go there, then as you move the stylus along the ball wil go right along with it in stride. That should work out decently.





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