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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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A wonderful soundtrack and a visual style which is simple but appealing finish setting the tone for Wattam. While it’s a simple, direct game, during my time with it, I almost constantly had a huge grin on my face. Takahashi's brand of weird works for me and even all these years after Katamari, that's still the case. If his style works for you, I think you'll have a great time with Wattam. It may not last you long but it's a time that will stay with you which is worth celebrating.
Wattam should be played, if for no other reason than to see a designer expressing ambivalence about his own ideas.
For me, the off-putting voices and the clumsy controls work with the sparse conceit to create a world that’s oddly ill-fitting. The idyllic madness and the slow, sparse mechanics butt heads to make a game best approached with caution and care. Choose the world of Wattam at your most studious discretion, my friends.