Katamari Damacy REROLL (Multi-Language) | Available Here at Playasia!

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Katamari Damacy REROLL

Nintendo™ Switch – Asia

Let it ROLL!

The 14-year old cult classic PS2 game, Katamari Damacy, is rolling its way out to Nintendo’s latest handheld console and PC via Steam this coming Holiday season with a brand new title, Katamari Damacy Reroll. And, we are glad to let everyone know that…

Bandai Namco’s Katamari Damacy Reroll is available in Multi-Language here at Playasia!

It is a Nintendo Switch Asia version of the game that you can enjoy from a selection of two options for subtitles: English & Chinese.


Take Note:

Bandai Namco recently confirmed to Nintendo Everything that our folks in the Europe region will only have the option to get Katamari Damacy Reroll through the Nintendo eShop, which means, it will only be released digitally on Switch in the PAL territories.

On the other hand, in North America, a physical version for the Katamari Damacy Reroll will be offered. However, American folks can only get it at one retailer, which is GameStop.


So, European and American folks, if you want to get the Physical and English release of Katamari Damacy Reroll, you can grab yours here at Playasia! 


Just click the button below to grab yours. Coming out on December 7th! So, what are you waiting for? Secure your copies now on our website!

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UPDATE (12/07/18):  Katamari Damacy Reroll (Multi-Language) release date has been moved to December 20, 2018 by Bandai Namco Games. 


ALSO…

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Katamari Damacy Reroll will also have a digital release which is now open for pre-order in Nintendo eShop Japan. And it is reported that the game requires 3GB of space. Plus, the languages the game supports are English, Japanese, Spanish, French, Italian, and German.

So, if you want to get the game digitally, you can grab your Nintendo eShop cards here on our website.

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AND…

If you missed it, here’s the box art of the game revealed by Bandai Namco as well as the bonus stickers drawn by Katamari Damacy director Keita Takahashi, for the early buyers of the physical copies of the game.

Katamari Damacy REROLL (Multi-Language), Katamari Damacy REROLL, Katamari Damacy Encore, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, Japan, Asia, release date, price, gameplay, features, Bandai Namco Games, English support

Katamari Damacy REROLL (Multi-Language), Katamari Damacy REROLL, Katamari Damacy Encore, Nintendo Switch, US, North America, Japan, Asia, release date, price, gameplay, features, Bandai Namco Games, English support


THERE’S MORE!

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The physical JP version of the game can also be purchased here on our website. However, Japanese folks, you need to have that extra bag of patience as Katamari Damacy Reroll is slated for a December 20 release. Want to secure your copies now? Reserve yours here at Playasia!

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Game Overview

Katamari Damacy REROLL is a remaster of the original PS2 game. Since this is a remastered version, the game’s look is enhanced with upgraded visuals and cut-scenes. The game now supports motion controls and HD rumble. You’ll be able to control the itty-bitty Prince using the Joy-Cons when the Nintendo Switch is in tabletop or TV mode.

For a brief background, the game’s premise is simple and extremely satisfying. Play as the Dashing itty-bitty Prince with his adhesive Katamari ball. You have to quickly roll the sticky ball around and make all the objects smaller than it sticks to it, gradually making the sticky trash globe grow bigger in the process.


Want to know more about the game? Check out the trailer, features, and gallery below.

【TRAILER】

【FEATURES】

  • The Original Katamari Damacy Returns with a Fresh Look! – The beloved roll-em-up game returns with fully updated graphics, completely recreated cutscenes and in full HD!
  • Easy to Control, Fun to Play! – The play is controlled with the analog sticks only. No buttons to press. No combos to cause distress. Featuring ball-rolling and object collecting gameplay mechanics of mesmerizing fluidity, reduced to Pac-Man simplicity, through pure absurdity
  • A Unique Story with Memorable Music! – Enjoy quirky, infectious humor throughout – from the insanely cosmic animations to the wacky and wonderful musical stylings, to the royally contagious storyline that’s undoubtedly like no other
  • New Features for the Nintendo Switch! – Players will be able to take Katamari Damacy Reroll on the go with their Nintendo Switch! Using the joy-cons, control the Katamari using the gyro controls to turn and shake the joy-cons to perform the Prince Dash when in table-top mode. Players can also play on multiplayer mode with a friend by using the two Joy-cons on the Switch

【SCREENSHOTS】

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3 Responses

  1. DHD says:

    Just looking for some clarification on this, the JP release doesn’t have an English option, but the Asia release does? Also will the Asia release feature the same box art as the JP version? Just trying to figure out which to preorder, thanks =]

    • Patricia Jaucian says:

      Hi DHD,

      Thank you for visiting Playasia.com

      Regarding your concern, “the JP release doesn’t have an English option, but the Asia release does” that’s correct. The Asia version is the only edition we have that will support English language as subtitles. And about the box art, as of the moment, there’s still no official box art for the Asia version. But, there’s a hint that it will come with full English packaging. 🙂

      Best Regards,
      Playasia Team

  2. Schnurres says:

    What’s about inside artwork? Are the inside of the cover printed with artworks or just empty?

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