Hot Socket and Brian Holmes have posted this awesome, previously unseen short documentary featuring Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy creator Keita Takahashi, as well as Shinya Satake, the man behind supremely odd WiiWare game Muscle March.

The film was shot at Namco Bandai's Tokyo offices in March 2010, months before Takahashi left the publisher to form his own company, Uvula, where he now works with his composer wife on producing music, video games, and other projects as a freelancer.

Here, the developer talks about what led him to start developing video games, how Katamari Damacy came to be, and wanting his children's playground project to serve as "a starting point to jump right in to working with reality" instead of video games.

Satake, assisted by someone dressed in a polar bear outfit, also shares some insight behind the creation of Muscle March. He tells viewers, "Muscle March is certainly a very unusual game, but please, shed those clothes, and play my games in the nude."