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Touch My Katamari (PS Vita)

Touch My Katamari (PS Vita)
alaScore 82

51 reviews

Aug, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for Touch My Katamari (PS Vita)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 user reviews of Touch My Katamari (PS Vita) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.2/5 for other PlayStation Vita Games on Amazon.com.

100% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: Touch My Katamari- PSV

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Touch My Katamari (PS Vita)

 

There was a time when the King of the Cosmos was a colorful personality, larger than life. Perhaps his fame had something to do with a jaunt in the sky that temporarily left Earth with no stars, or maybe people just loved his absurd overreliance on the...

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Touch My Katamari

 

NOTE: As a primer, you might want to read some of our previous reviews in the franchise: Katamari Damacy, We Love Katamari, Beautiful Katamari and Katamari Forever.]I remember when the original Katamari Damacy was shown at a small out of the way corner...

Fun ; Plenty to do and achieve

Same old style levels and goals

But is the game fun? Yes. If you have a PlayStation Vita, I recommend this game. It shouldn’t cost as much as it does, but I still recommend it.

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Touch My Katamari: Rolling around all over the place

 

The story of Katamari Damacy is one of the most surprising successes in Namco's history. A budget import title becomes a cult hit and leads to nine sequels and spin-offs, including the Vita launch title Touch My Katamari. There hasn't been much...

Small gameplay additions add a surprising amount, highly replayable levels, still as quirky and addictive as ever

Very short

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Touch My Katamari

 

Oh Katamari, for some reason even though you are the most basic, oddest game in the world, you've kept me addicted for years on end. Now that you've gone portable, there is only one choice, and that is to purchase you and play you. Even though your...

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Touch My Katamari Review

 

It's difficult to accurately describe the completely off-the-wall style found in the Katamari games. One could call the storylines the work of a lunatic. Others might find them strangely appealing in the oddest ways possible. But beneath it all still...

The Ugly: “Still miss clicking the analogs to do an about-face; quickly rotating the sticks gets really annoying.”

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Touch My Katamari Review

 

Touch My Katamari is a fun return to form that ends long before it has a chance to wear out its welcome.

Quirky humor ; Collectible goodies ; Expansive environments

Not enough stages

Fortunately, there are plenty of reasons to keep playing even after you beat every stage and see the closing credits. Each stage contains several hidden objects known as curios, and a missing royal cousin is lurking somewhere in each environment. The...

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Touch My Katamari

 

I LOL'd.

If you want to see the King of Cosmos at his funniest in his first portable dual-stick roller, Touch My Katamari is worth a buy. Everyone else might want to save their launch-day budget for a more original title.

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Touch My Katamari Review

 

Namco's ball-rolling action-puzzle series is running out of momentum. Can it be saved by the power of the PS Vita?

Touch My Katamari is well-controlled and fun while it lasts, but it feels like the series has stagnated. The touchscreen controls are welcome, but I wish the developers had been a bit more creative with the Vita’s functionality. Imagine using the...

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Touch My Katamari

 

This game's self-effacing humor rings of sad truth, not hilarious flippancy.

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Touch My Katamari Review

 

If there were ever a game that highlighted the odd world that the Japanese live in, it would be Katamari. A long running franchise that is so bizarre, you could be forgiven if you thought you were...

Colourful visuals ; Various control options ; Short levels, ideal for portable gaming

Repetitive ; Extended play can be painful ; Menu hub can be a little awkward ; Frequent difficulty spikes

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