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Submitted by c_harvey 1239d ago | review

Review: Tales From Space: About a Blob - Extra Guy

When I first played Katamari Damacy, there was a chemical release that I believe fully altered the neurological structure of my brain. The first step was seeing someone else play, and thinking “cooooool”. Then, there was the playing it myself, and thinking “whoooooooooaaaahhh”. And then, the satisfaction of achieving something ridiculous, like picking up an island, and then thinking nothing, as chocolate pudding leaked out my ears from an overwhelming braingasm of pleasure. (PS3, Tales from Space: About a Blob) A/A+

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