The first downloadable mission for Touch My Katamari will be released in Japan on February 23, according to Namco. Called Maid Paradise, the content tasks the player with rolling up maids as fast as possible. It also contains a cameo character names Lucky Star which, says Siliconera, Disgaea fans will recognize. Meito Anizawa, who has a cameo in Disgaea 4, even runs out of the Animate store at one point for you to roll over with your massive blog of people and items. The game is out on February 22 in North America and Europe, the same day as Vita. Screens of the new DLC can be found through the link.
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Touch My Katamari
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Namco’s released new DLC for Touch My Katamari in Japan. The new content features collaborations from manga/anime Usagi Drop, manga artist Takayuki Mizushina, retailer Matsumoto Shoten, East Japan Taxi ‘Blue Ribbon’ and a redevelopment group. Nope, I don’t get it neither. Andriasang has more info.
Touch My Katamari DLC