Designed by Keita Takahashi and published by Namco on the Playstation2 in 2004, Katamari Damacy is gaming joy at it's funkiest. Although two sequels have been released since it's debut (We "Heart" Katamari on the PS2, Me & My Katamari on the PSP) neither game was able to succesfully capture the sincere spirit of the original game. Using the two joysticks on the PS2 controller, you help the Prince of the Cosmos manuever a sticky ball , called a Katamari, to gather up objects as material for the stars and planets of the cosmos. Great joy comes from building this tiny ball of junk into a massive globe of carnage and destruction. I adore Katamari Damacy, but it was Gobi's deep devotion to Katamari Damacy that prompted me to post our much deserved respect to this recent videogaming classic.