Phil Spencer has spoken a lot in recent times about bolstering the Japanese games line-up on Xbox.
He even mentioned how the announcement of Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age coming to Xbox Game Pass was one of his own personal highlights of Microsoft's Xbox showcase back in July, as the team in Japan had "really been working hard" to make it happen.
With this in mind, Bandai Namco has now announced it will be bringing one of its most obscure games to the Xbox One this November. Introducing Katamari Damacy Reroll - a high-definition version of the original 2004 PlayStation 2 title.
It's really a game (and series) like no other, but one we would highly recommend checking out when it does roll onto Xbox One on 20th November (there's no word on price). Your task is to roll up everything in sight with The Prince, or with a friend. Here's the full backstory along with the original launch trailer:
The King of All Cosmos has knocked out all the stars in the sky after a particularly rambunctious night of fun. Realizing his mistake, The King has tasked his young son, The Prince, to go to Earth and roll up as many things as possible to recreate the missing celestial bodies. Paper clips, books, cars, buildings, mountains, and continents, nothing is too big or too small for The Prince and his adhesive Katamari ball. For players looking to challenge their friends to a “roll-off,” Katamari Damacy Reroll will feature a head-to-head local multiplayer mode where the player who rolls up the biggest Katamari ball wins praise from the King of the Cosmos.
The last Katamari game to make its way to one of Microsoft's consoles was the 2007 Xbox 360 exclusive, Beautiful Katamari. Fingers crossed Katamari Damacy Reroll also rolls onto Xbox Game Pass at some point.
Will you be checking out this game when it arrives on Xbox One this November? Tell us below.