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 Mar 20, 2006 - 01:00 PM - by Michael
* Katamari Team Disbanded

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Gamasutra reports that No more katamari damacy games are coming, at least not from the team that made them.

The designer's moving on - and even has complaints about having to make We (Heart) Katamari in the first place.

This may not be a surprise for most, as series director and creator Keita Takahashi has publicly stated that the idea of building a franchise off of the original game was never his intention, and that his involvement in the game's sequel was forced on him by publisher Namco's willingness to green-light a sequel with or without his involvement.

"I didn't want players to be disappointed so I decided to take part," Takahashi told the BBC last November. "There are fun things in the game, though I am not happy with all of it."


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