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Katamari Amore hitting iOS next week

Apple devices are to get their second entry in the Katamari Damacy series next week in the form of Katamari Amore, a new release with both free and paid versions.

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Katamari headlines

  • UMvC3, Ninja Gaiden and Katamari coming to Vita, Square commits to launch

    Oh here we go. Ahead of the expected to be Vita-centric TGS press conference from Sony soon, Famitsu’s lifted the lid of several unannounced titles for the platform, including Ninja Gaiden and Katamari.

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  • Katamari iOS gets screened from E3

    Did you know a new Katamari was coming to iOS? No, we didn’t neither. But now we know together. And remember: knowing is only half the battle, innit. GameFront has screens of it here. And that’s pretty much it.

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  • New Katamari trademarks filed by Namco Bandai

    Siliconera‘s spotted new trademarks filed by Namco Bandai in regards to Katamari: Katamari amore and Katamari amore Rolling Whopper were both trademarked for Europe. The last game in the series was Katamari Forever for PS3 in 2009. Whatever comes of it, it won’t involve series boss Keita Takahashi: one, he was no longer involved in […]

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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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  • Takahashi: "I started to feel like I didn't belong" at Namco "any more"

    Katamari creator Keita Takahashi has revealed the reasons why he left Namco Bandai earlier this year, saying he felt he “didn’t belong” at the publisher “any more.”

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  • Katamari creator leaves Namco Bandai

    Katamari and Noby Noby Boy creator Keita Takahashi has left publisher Namco Bandai, according to play.tm.

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  • Keita Takahashi: Gaming is getting "dull"

    Katamari and Noby Noby Boy creator Keita Takahashi is planning on taking a break from games, because he felt the future presented at E3 this year is looking “a bit dull”.

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  • Video - Natal demoed with Katamari and Space Invaders at TGS

    Microsoft’s demoing Natal with Katamari and Space Invaders at TGS this week. You can watch a video of the Katamari demo after the break. Get write-ups from Kotaku and IGN. Looks as though it works, although that’s a lovely bright white room going on there. Project director Kudo Tsunoda told Kotaku there that the setting’s […]

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