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Katamari Amore rolls onto your iPhone today


3:00 AM on 09.29.2011



Feeling the need to get the ball rolling? Well Namco Bandai foresaw this and decided to whip up a portable Katamari for your iPhone. Katamari Amore will be hitting the App Store today and it's more of exactly what you'd expect from a Katamari, which, to be fair, is not a bad thing whatsoever.

If you've never played a Katamari game, this is a perfect opportunity to jump in and finally see why the series is in its seventh entry. If you're still not entirely sure about whether or not you'd be interested, Namco Bandai still has you covered as they also put together a nice little trailer for you to get excited over. But really, after you've seen the Pac-Man level and that doesn't mean an automatic purchase from you, you just don't like fun.

Also,

Naaa na-na na na na na-na na na na na-na naaaaa.
Naaa na-na na na na na-na na na na na-na naaaaa.
NAAAA na-na na na na na-na na na na na-na naaaaa.
Naaa na-na na na na na-na na na na na-na na-na na-na naaaaaaa
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