Katamari Damacy has been universally loved since its Playstation 2 debut back in 2004. Playing as the Prince, you use your Katamari ball to roll up various items, increasing the size of the ball as you go along. The King of All Cosmos destroyed all of the stars and will use the materials you collect to recreate them. It’s dumb and goofy and a lot of fun as you roll up everything from crayons to buildings. A katamari would be a useful item to have if you run a daycare center, but what would be some of the worst uses for a katamari ball?
To celebrate Katamari Damacy’s inclusion in this month’s Gaming Crate, let’s take a gander at the Five Terrible Uses for a Katamari Damacy Ball.
Katamari Bowling Ball
Instead of picking up spares, all you’ll be picking up are dirty looks from everyone at the bowling alley as your katamari lumbers down the lane, jumps the gutter and cracks a pinsetter in half. Might wanna leave your secret strike weapon in the bag for this one, champ.
Katamari Shower Sponge
What do katamari do? They collect everything they roll over. Including your filthy skin. Not only would a katamari make for a terrible shower sponge, but it would also have to be cleaned more often than you.
Katamari Baby Pillow
Nothing will knock little Junior right out than a nice, hard katamari ball pillow. As you can see in the picture above, he loves his new crib companion. Or the back of his head is bleeding. One of the two.
Advertised as the tastiest candies this side of the cosmos, what the Katamari Candy Co. doesn’t tell you is that you’re basically chewing on iron ore. One slip and you’re riding a train into Cracked Tooth Town. Maybe stick to gummi bears.
Nothing is more satisfying than smacking your friends in the face with a dodgeball. Unless that dodgeball is a katamari, in which case you should change the location of your games from the school gym to a hospital parking lot.
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