Cookies and kebabs, lawn mowers and lamp posts, synchronized swimmers and sumo wrestlers, bulldozers and windmills, giraffes and brontosauruses, Ferris wheels and cruise ships beware! The stop-at-nothing pushing prince is coming. When the King of All Cosmos accidentally destroys all the stars in the sky, he orders you, his pint-sized princely son, to put the twinkle back in the heavens above. How, you ask? By rolling everything and anything on earth into clumps, so he can replace what's missing in space.
Game developers love GTA, Ico, Katamari Damacy
Written by John Scalzo on 10/27/10
And Ken Levine loves Culdcept!
Namco says no more Katamari
Written by John Scalzo on 03/18/06
The King of All Cosmos goes to that great bargain bin in the sky...
Spike TV Game Awards nominations
Written by John Scalzo on 11/17/04
It ain't the Oscars, but it's what we got.
Written by Adam Woolcott on 10/04/04
Those silly silly Japanese. Read this review of Katarmari Damacy, it's the game everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
Eternals and Unlockables
Written by John Scalzo on 06/15/06
The King of All Cosmos does not like cheaters.
The Video Game Librarian: 2006 Year in Review
Written by John Scalzo on 01/29/07
Year two of The Video Game Librarian has come and gone and here's a look back at how it went.
The Video Game Librarian: It's The End of the Year As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Written by John Scalzo on 01/25/06
PS2 games have been on the shelf at my library for over a year now. Check out this full report of the first year of the "Great Video Game Experiment".
PlayStation 2: Carving a New Niche
Written by John Scalzo on 10/25/05
The PS2 is turning five years old and we at Gaming Target are celebrating with a five part party. Up today: All those underrated classics.
The Video Game Librarian
Written by John Scalzo on 02/25/05
Libraries are adding video games and one video game librarian is here to tell you what building a "video game library" is like.
Late and Loving It: Option C
Written by Chris Reiter on 02/24/05
Adam and Chris debate the merits of all the great (and not so great) video games of 2004. They're Late and Loving It.
Written by John Scalzo on 08/19/07
Katamari Damacy (PS2)
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