Monday, April 20, 2009

SuperPhillip's Favorite VGMs - They See Me Rollin' Edition

This edition is pretty special as we've reached the 300th video. Man, does time fly! Next week we'll be having a special installment celebrating the occasion, bu for now let's wrap things up with the Katamari Damacy franchise!

V296. Me & My Katamari - Katamaresort

Let's get away from the original Katamari Damacy and take a look at Me & My Katamari for the PSP. The game didn't translate as well as the player needed to use the d-pad and the face buttons instead of two analog sticks. Katamaresort is a terrific summer-sounding song that is accentuated by the guitar. A great track indeed!

V297. We Love Katamari - Everlasting Love

"I can sing a song for you and me. I can make a song for all who we love."

Everlasting Love has a rocking and infectious beat to it. It's beyond catchy to me, and I hope you enjoy it, too.

V298. Beautiful Katamari - Guru Guru Gravity

This track comes from the most recent Katamari game, Beautiful Katamari for the Xbox 360. Guru Guru Gravity has a mechanical sound to it which put me off at first until I got to the extremely catchy chorus. What do you think? Do you like the song, too?

V299. We Love Katamari - Shine! Mr Sunshine

Shine! Mr. Sunshine starts out with a retro version of the Katamari Damacy theme before kicking in with Shigeru Matsuzaki at around thirty seconds. Then the first verse arrives followed by yet another glorious chorus. This song is such an inspirational and moving one just from the sound of it solely.

V300. We Love Katamari - Katamari on the Funk

Wow. 300 videos. Someone has too much time on their hands... Yep, all of you folks who have watched every single one of my videos has too much time on their hands! No, no. I'm kidding. It's me with a lot of time! I appreciate your support, and I hope you'll subscribe and stick with me! I love having your insight!

Katamari on the Funk is definitely a song that one can get up and dance to! It's beyond catchy! The only flaw I might have with this song is that it tends to drag on in certain spots. Perhaps that's just me! Stay tuned for another 100 videos, everyone, and thank you so much for viewing my videos!

Next week we'll be taking a breather from new volumes for a special 300th video celebration. I hope you'll look forward to it on SuperPhillip's Favorite VGMs!

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