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Content Rating: Everyone
From the maniacal mastermind behind Noby Noby Boy and Katamari Damacy comes Wattam -- a unique, charming world bursting with interesting people, overseen by the Mayor and his trusted Deputies. Wattam is a fresh new take on 3D action gameplay with interactive sound.
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I'm not sure if Takahashi will ever be able to top Katamari Damacy – for my money, it's one of the greatest video games ever made – but Wattam captures that sense of whimsy and magic in its own way. The care-free music and gosh-darn-huggable character designs make this a must-play for fans.
Both titles do share a connection with number two and while Death Stranding is more focused on weaponized excrement, Wattam is content with having you chuckle at its poo, which is symbolic of the game’s successes. Witnessing its wholesome, nearly childlike view of the world through a bunch of nonsequiteurs is pleasant even if playing through them isn’t always quite as enjoyable. And while Wattam seems to want to avoid descriptors and can get away with it at times, that playability is important for a video game.
Refreshingly light-hearted, brief, and full of good vibes, Wattam is the kind of game that everyone can easily settle down with. It’s a magical experience centered on friendships and connection, finding out how each unique skill can help everybody out, despite all being different sizes, shapes, and colors. There’s a simple joy that comes from playing Wattam, a feeling that many other games just can’t match. Wattam is a delightful, fun, and uplifting game filled with laughter, teamwork, and all the things that make your heart feel warm and fuzzy.