Touch My Katamari is now available for the PlayStation Vita. As we said in our review, the Prince and friends are back in fine form, returning from a stretch of sad games. This time they've brought some katamari stretching action to mix things up a bit. Also included: a hilarious story line about a geek loser that tries to change his life.
With its low price and high replayability, I think it makes for a fine Vita launch choice. For just a bit more than the price of a music CD you're getting a bunch of strange great music and a crazy-ass game.
Today we have the game's launch trailer, packed full of rainbow barfs, laser eyes, too-close crotch shots and feature lists. Oh, and an endorsement from yours truly.
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