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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1070d ago | review

Pocket Gamer: Katamari Amore Review

Pocket Gamer: The observation that iOS just isn’t suited to certain games is one that’s frequently made – often incorrectly. In the case of Katamari Amore, the observation is spot-on.

It’s perhaps telling that Namco has seen fit to include three control methods, but whether you opt for single or dual virtual sticks or accelerometer control, Katamari is just not as fun to play as it once was. The freewheeling spirit of the PS2 originals has been lost in this touchscreen translation. (iPhone, Katamari amore) 5/10

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