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Submitted by Katz 1173d ago | review

Black Panel Review - Touch My Katamari

The Black Panel writes: Touch My Katamari is (unfortunately) nowhere near as dirty as it sounds. A simple yet addictive game lies under the hood of a story that requires an extensive understanding of the crazier parts of the Japanese psyche. Simple yet colourful graphics, tight controls and some challenging levels make this a game that is great in short stints. The overall package is let down by a lack of variety and a poor camera. (PS Vita, Touch My Katamari) -

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