We recently played Wattam, but we also got to speak with one of its creators, Keita Takahashi, who is most known for Noby Noby Boy and Katamari Damacy. He spoke to us about poop, his embarrassment over his work, and more.
A developer daring to be different. I hope this game is good. I really enjoyed his Katamari games.
Really weird and super sucks Sony canceled them, especially given their history of patience with even the most niche games. Glad it survived through all that, going the extra mile to support it and grabbed the special edition physical release with the vinyl soudtrack.
At least Sony gives them multiple chances to create something with impact. Sony as all the other developers are about sales and/or critics. If there is none of them then the product has no value.
I am fan of his Katamari games, hope this one will be a good one too
this game is so bad it stinks the playstation store
It’s almost like he is asking for reassurance regarding poop being funny. Well, it is. Just in the right quantities.
How many logs is too many logs?
Isn't this a repost of an article from April this year?
Sounds like this guy needs some mental help. His canceled game is very similar to that game PS4 game poop slinger
Its always interesting to read Takahashi's thoughts. He claims he doesn't know what a toy is! Unfortunate that Sony had to cancel the game, however the game was poorly executed originally (according to Takahashi, not me!), so in a way its a good thing that they got to do-over on an improved game engine. I paid $53 for the physical edition (shipping in Spring / Summer 2020!) along with a Wattam lanyard.
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