Kids who remember playing Katamari when it first came out should be able to agree on one thing: this game is weird. Not necessarily bad or good, just noticeably different in comparison to other video games. The art style has always stood out to me and this is also true in the sequel We Love Katamari.
There have been many other game releases, including an iOS title “Katamari Amore” in 2011 followed by “Touch My Katamari” in 2012. Fans adore these video games because the atmosphere is abstract and fun. The concept leaves us pondering how some Japanese developers could even think of this idea in the first place. But regardless, these examples of Katamari fan art should be a nostalgic trip through the historic design of this video game.