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Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive


8:08 AM on 12.15.2008
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo



If you are a very long term reader of the site, then you'll remember that if I have one fear, it is Nobi Nobi Boy, the terrifying worm hybrid freak who comes to the PS3 courtesy of Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi. He is nature's cruelest mistake, and I hate him.

Regardless, one has plucked up the courage to post these Nobi Nobi Boy screenshots, returning elastic monstrosity to your memory. Gaze with curiosity upon God's twisted misfortune and recoil in horror at his every grotesque movement. 

He has been confirmed for the PAL territories in early 2009. 

Sick little demon.

Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo
Nobi Nobi Boy screens confirm that the freak is still alive photo





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