Tag Archives: Keita Takahashi
Wed, Feb 18, 2009 | 22:46 GMT
Noby Noby Boy will be getting more downloadable content in the future, according to game creator Keita Takahashi.
Speaking in an interview with Eurogamer, Takahashi said: “We will make a big update approximately two months after the release. I think we will be able to present the content pretty soon.”
He did add that any further updates rest in the hands of the gamer.
“Without having a lot of people playing the game, I don’t think that the decison-makers at the company will allow another update,” he said.
“So I want many people to play the game. Please allow me to keep updating the game!”
The man has spoken.
Read the full interview through the link.
Thu, Jan 22, 2009 | 08:49 GMT
Kotaku has obtained the marketing instructions for Namco Bandai’s rather odd looking Noby Noby Boy revealing that the PSN title is not a “so-called game.”
Well, what is it then, we hear you cry? The release note unfortunately doesn’t say, but instead directs you to look at images and videos on the internet.
So, at Namco Bandai’s request you can watch a trailer for the game here and see if you can work out what it is.
One thing the marketing instructions did say, however, was that Noby Noby Boy will be available worldwide on February 19.
Full marketing instructions after the break.
Wed, Dec 17, 2008 | 18:27 GMT
Below is a some rather strange looking gameplay from Katamari Damacy developer Keita Takahashi’s PSN game, Noby Noby Boy.
See it stretch and take out a car. See it bump into little girls and eat the love hearts that flow from the collision, see… well, see for yourselves.
Noby Noby Boy releases in Japan on Jan 4 and will cost ￥800 ($9). Europe and expect it a little later.
By Mike Bowden
Mon, Dec 15, 2008 | 13:33 GMT
According to this Kotaku story, Noby Noby Boy – developed by Katamari creator Keita Takahashi – will release in Japan and Korea on January 29 for ￥800 ($9).
SCEE’s said the title will be out in Europe early next year for €4. However good it is, is has to be worth that much. You’d hope.
New screens through there.