This time the King of All Cosmos gets amnesia and in his absence the Cousins decide it would be a great idea to create RoboKing, a sort of King of All Cosmos cylon model who promptly destroys all the stars and the Prince has to once again create new ones. So you're kind of playing two Katamari games at once: on the one side are the King's boards where it's your responsibility to bring color (and the King's memories) back to the world and on the other side is RoboKing, with new objectives and yes, he's just as douchey as his Final Five King of All Cosmos counterpart.
34 boards in all, some new and quite a few that are tweaked boards from the previous Katamari games. What makes this one any different? Nothing much but being the huge Katamari fan that I am, I just don't care and I'm not ashamed to admit it. Same controls as before and the music is just as awesome including English versions of previous Japanese favorites from the soundtracks.
Although the series will always be best on the Playstation (I prefer the controls to the 360 or God forbid, the PSP *shudder*), I once again am lonely playing on my PS3 as there are no "So and So is online" or "Friends Playing This Game" 360 notifications popping up. *sniff* Of course there is the opportunity to "unlock" special rewards to use in Home but uh...yeah...it's Home so.../awkward.
Anyhoo, hardcore fans of the series have more than likely already bought this game and those of you on the fence are probably better off giving it a rental. No shame in that of course and be sure to tell RoboKing I said "beebopzorkmeeboop". What? Robots talk like that...