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Wattam is the new PS4 game from Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi

Independent studio Funomena announced Wattam today during Sony’s PlayStation Experience, and Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi is heading up the development.

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Katamari Damacy headlines

  • Katamari Damacy lands on PSN as a PS2 Classic next week

    Katamari Damacy will be released as a PS2 Classic through PSN next week. Expect it to be made available with the PS Store update on April 30 for PS3. We’ll ask about Europe. Thanks, Joystiq.

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  • Katamari Damacy: PS2 original hitting Japan PSN soon

    Katamari Damacy is a bat-shit crazy concept, but it’s a series players have been enjoying for some time now. Namco is giving Japanese PS3 owners the chance to relive the game that started the insanity all over again this month. Get the details below.

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  • Katamari ShiftyLook kicks off September 17

    The next digital comics release from Namco Bandai’s ShiftyLook series will focus on Katamari Damacy. Destructoid reports the series is being penned by Alex Culang and Raynato Castro, better known as the team behind webcomic Buttersafe (one of my favourites). The new series debuts on September 17 and will update on Mondays and Wednesdays. Stay […]

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  • Katamari Damacy to be showcased at MOMA

    Keita Takahashi’s masterful game about collecting All The Things is to be honoured at one of the world’s top art galleries.

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  • Katamari Damacy shots look very, very pwetty

    Namco Bandai’s dropped new shots of Katamari Damacy, showing the mindbogging puzzler in action for Vita. Its also detailed how players will be able to get hold of two downloadable levels. Collect fan souls – ten to be more specific – and you’ll get access to one level. If you don’t have the time to […]

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  • A first look at Katamari Damacy for Vita

    We knew there was a new Katamari Damacy rolling towards the PlayStation Vita, but now, Namco Bandai has given us a sneaky peek of what’s in store, with a bunch of screens, a pile of details and one very dizzy trailer.

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  • Namco Bandai at TGS - Vita, 3DS, Soulcalibur V

    Famitsu already spoiled some of the big announcements to come out of the Namco Bandai pre-TGS press conference, but there were still some details to be chewed over and enjoyed. Expect big things for the PlayStation Vita launch lineup, Tekken, Ace Combat, Katamari Damacy and – of course, Soulcalibur V.

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  • Hack lets you play Katamari on your favourite websites

    Someone’s gone and made a hack that allows you to play Katamari on whatever website. In a gist, paste a code into Firefox or Chrome and you can roll to your heart’s content. You can even do it to VG247. Look at it go through that Homefront ad. More through here. Thanks, Engadget.

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  • Keita Takahashi calls Japanese games sector a "zombie" that focuses on sequels too much

    Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi believes the Japanese game industry is in a bit of a sad state, and has suggested the sector does its best work after it has hit a downward slope.

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  • Keita Takahashi "not involved" with Katamari Damacy Tribute

    Namco Bandai has confirmed that Keita Takahashi is “not involved” with Katamari Damacy Tribute, the classic puzzler’s upcoming PS3 version announced last week. The company has assured Eurogamer that despite the original creator not being attached,┬áit’s still “in good hands”. Which is nice. More through the link.

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  • New Noby Noby Boy trailer is bizarre

    Below is a some rather strange looking gameplay from Katamari Damacy developer Keita Takahashi’s PSN game, Noby Noby Boy. See it stretch and take out a car. See it bump into little girls and eat the love hearts that flow from the collision, see… well, see for yourselves. Noby Noby Boy releases in Japan on […]

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