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Touch My Katamari is the latest addition in the exceedingly fun Katamari series brought to you by Namco Bandai Games, and is hereby making its début on the extraordinary handheld console the PS Vita. The ludicrous gameplay has been completely revolutionised in order to both be compatible with, and make the most of, the innovative and interactive features of this device.

In this comical world, a clumsy giant had wiped out all the stars, leaving the city without light or hope. The magnificent King Of All Cosmos decided he could not leave the world in such disrepair, and his son the Prince rolled up giant balls of everyday items to have them reborn as stars. With peace and happiness in the world, one happy family were discussing how amazing the King was, and how equally cool the local school Principal was. Horrified, the King has once again asked you, the Prince, to gather up giant balls of Katamari and make more stars, to prove his awesomeness once more.

Run around and collect as many items as you can, and with each object you add to your collection, your Katamari ball will grow in size. The bigger your Katamari, the bigger and the more objects you will be able to pick up as you run around. But be quick, as you are constantly on the clock, and your Katamari must grow to a certain size within the time limit. The game has adapted perfectly to the PS Vita's control features, with the Prince and his Katamari controlled primarily through the dual analogue sticks. An interesting little twist in the gameplay is the use of the rear touch panel when it comes to your Katamari ball; slide your fingers out across the panel and you will stretch the Katamari out, whereas if you slide your fingers in together across the screen your ball will be squashed and made more compact. These additional intriguing gameplay efforts make getting through tight gaps, and just generally getting around this colourful world all the more easier, and also so much more fun. (Cat Emerson)

Katamari mid level

Katamari wheel spin

Starting level

Brand:
Bandai Namco Entertainment
Certificate:
PEGI 3
Main Language:
English
Platform:
PS Vita

Touch My Katamari

PS Vita
GBP 29.99

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Touch My Katamari is the latest addition in the exceedingly fun Katamari series brought to you by Namco Bandai Games, and is hereby making its début on the extraordinary handheld console the PS Vita. The ludicrous gameplay has been completely revolutionised in order to both be compatible with, and make the most of, the innovative and interactive features of this device.

In this comical world, a clumsy giant had wiped out all the stars, leaving the city without light or hope. The magnificent King Of All Cosmos decided he could not leave the world in such disrepair, and his son the Prince rolled up giant balls of everyday items to have them reborn as stars. With peace and happiness in the world, one happy family were discussing how amazing the King was, and how equally cool the local school Principal was. Horrified, the King has once again asked you, the Prince, to gather up giant balls of Katamari and make more stars, to prove his awesomeness once more.

Run around and collect as many items as you can, and with each object you add to your collection, your Katamari ball will grow in size. The bigger your Katamari, the bigger and the more objects you will be able to pick up as you run around. But be quick, as you are constantly on the clock, and your Katamari must grow to a certain size within the time limit. The game has adapted perfectly to the PS Vita's control features, with the Prince and his Katamari controlled primarily through the dual analogue sticks. An interesting little twist in the gameplay is the use of the rear touch panel when it comes to your Katamari ball; slide your fingers out across the panel and you will stretch the Katamari out, whereas if you slide your fingers in together across the screen your ball will be squashed and made more compact. These additional intriguing gameplay efforts make getting through tight gaps, and just generally getting around this colourful world all the more easier, and also so much more fun. (Cat Emerson)

Katamari mid level

Katamari wheel spin

Starting level

Brand:
Bandai Namco Entertainment
Certificate:
PEGI 3
Main Language:
English
Platform:
PS Vita

Customer Reviews

Overall Rating : 5.0 / 5 (5 Reviews)
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Touch My Katamari

Touch My Katamari is the latest instalment in the Katamari series. I am a fan of the franchise, since the PS2 version. What to say... the game is fun! If you liked the previous instalments, you know you'll love this one too. Also, the PS Vita controls come in handy: the rear touch pad allows to squeeze the Katamari in the shape you want to. The price was also okay!

Awesome

Touch My Katamari is a definite must buy for any PS Vita owner! It's great fun with the variety of levels. You can customise your character as you level up!

Even better than previously!!

Touch My Katamari is a great game. It is a favourite of mine. I just got better at it, so if you liked the previous games get yourself this one and you can take it wherever you go!

Review of Touch My Katamari

Great game for Vita.

Touch My Katamari (Vita)

I absolutely love Touch My Katamari for the PS Vita. Firstly, let me just say that I've played 2 of the previous Katamari titles (one on the PSP, one on the Xbox 360), and I haven't yet beaten this title. Thus far, it seems to be quite fun - the stretching and squishing of the katamari using the rear touchpad is a cool new mechanic, and overall I'd have to say it handles quite a bit better than the PSP version with the addition of a second analog stick. All in all I've been enjoying this game very much, if you're a diehard Katamari fan you're probably going to get it anyway, but if you're on the fence and haven't played previous games then I'd say try it out and see what you think! One last point, in previous games you unlocked the ability to play as other cousins and customise them with clothes - this returns (along with customisation for the King) but seems to be in a much reduced fashion, which is somewhat disappointing. 5/5 overall, though!