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How can I play without breaking my thumbs?
I have 'Katamari Damacy', and love it, except I have an extremely hard time controlling the rolling ball. It always feels awkward to me, and when I settle into playing, my thumbs quickly begin to ache ...
Jul 8 '10 at 16:35
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