Touch My Katamari- new video

Posted By | On 25th, Nov. 2011

Namco has released a new gameplay video for Touch My Katamari, another one of their launch titles for the PS Vita when it releases on February 22 next year. Yeah, I know it has a funny name, stop smirking.

The video shows that the game is basically controlled exclusively via touch based inputs (stop smirking!), and the buttons are probably not to be pressed in this game (okay, seriously). However, the game might have multiple control schemes.

Oh, for those of you who’re still smirking- the video asks the player to “stretch the ball” or “shrink the ball” and such.

Stay tuned for more updates.


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