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Twinfinite’s Endless Playlist: Katamari Damacy

[This post isn't anything critical in nature. It's intended to be an appreciation series where I talk about the video game music I enjoyed and still do. I'm hoping that with this feature today we could reminisce our first time the music found its way in our hearts, or if you've never listened to the music, to consider spending an afternoon with some headphones and Youtube to find some new music.] If you read a list somewhere online, possibly finding [...]

Heroes Week – The Humble Hero, The Prince of All Cosmos

It’s Heroes Week here at Twinfinite and I’m glad so many heroes have gotten the recognition they deserve. However, there is one that is severely underrated. In fact, as the protagonist of his own series, he doesn’t even get the credit for all the work he has done. After saving the universe multiple times now, the Prince from the Katamari series does not feel the need to be praised, but rather takes solace in his accomplishments with humility. It is [...]

Katamari Creator Teases Alphabet Gameplay

When Keita Takahashi announced his newest game was going to be promoted as a part of the LA Game Space Kickstarter, I had to check it out. It was going to be quirky and the man clearly lives up to his legacy with this odd Alphabet platformer. Created with Canabalt creator Adam Saltsman, it really seems to work with the specific letters working together to overcome simple obstacles. It doesn’t look very complicated, but Takahashi’s games are more about accessibility [...]

[RIP PS2] Our Favorite PS2 Games

[The PS2 is now officially discontinued! We wanted to give this mighty system a proper farewell so we're dedicating an entire week to it.] We’ve spent the entire week discussing the PS2 and all of it’s magnificence.  It was a beaut. Well not really, but it was functional and had a lot of fantastic games on it.  Now though we must hold those games up to the light and judge them. We have to choose the best of the bunch, [...]