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Boku no Watashi no Katamari Damacy (Japan) is a popular PlayStation PSP Video Game and now you can play this game on android using PPSSPP android emulator.
One of the biggest surprises at TGS for both PSP fans and lovers of wacky Japanese games was Boku no Watashi no Katamari Damacy, which roughly translates to My, My Katamari Damacy. As you’ve probably guessed, this is a portable version of the Namco’s quirky ball rolling series for PS2.
As in the console games, you control the Prince of Space, a tiny green fellow who must obey the every whim of his father, the bizarre (and occasionally creepy) King of All Cosmos. The King sends his son to Earth with a large sphere called a Katamari. The Prince must then roll the Katamari around, which causes anything that it touches to stick to it. The goal of each stage is to make the Katamari grow to a specific size within the set time limit.
We were able to try out two stages in the demo version at TGS. One stage took place in a bedroom, where we could only pick up small items that were scattered around on the floor. The second stage was on a beach, and in that stage, the Katamari grew large enough that it could pick up larger items like people and cars.
Fans of Katamari are probably wondering how the game controls, since the two console versions are so reliant on the PS2’s dual analog sticks. The answer is that you treat the PSP’s d-pad and four face buttons like the sticks. Press up and triangle, and your Katamari rolls forward. Press down and triangle, and the ball rotates to the left. If you like, you can also use the shoulder buttons to steer the Katamari left or right. It doesn’t control as naturally as it does with the dual analog sticks, but given the PSP’s control layout, it’s the best possible solution.