More Reviews
REVIEWS Tales of Xillia 2 Review
Tales of Xillia 2 treads familiar ground, but this time there's an adorable cat.

Madden NFL 15 Review
How many times has it been said, “This is the best Madden game”? Probably just about every year. Well guess what, this is the best Madden game… maybe.
More Previews
PREVIEWS Fenix Rage Preview
I died. And I died again. Died again. Again and again. Again. Again. Why Do I Love This So Much?!
Release Dates
NEW RELEASES Tales of Xillia 2
Release date: Out Now

Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare
Release date: Out Now

Madden NFL 15
Release date: 08/26/14

Destiny
Release date: 09/09/14


LATEST FEATURES The Updating List of PAX Indies
We're heading to PAX Prime! Are you looking to check out a few unique indie games while you're there? UPDATED: Galak-Z

The Best Upcoming Racing Games of 2014
You've probably only heard of Sony's exclusive Driveclub and Microsoft's exclusive Forza Horizon 2, but don't forget about a few others.

LEADERBOARD
Read More Member Blogs
FEATURED VOXPOP KevinS
RIP Robin Williams (1951-2014)
By KevinS
Posted on 08/14/14
Robin Williams (1951-2014) Robin Williams was an absolutely exceptional comedian, talented actor, and holder of a special place in video game history: He was the first really famous gamer I know of. I’m sure there were others, but they kept a comparatively low profile, unlike one...

GAMING NEWS

Katamari Damacy Rolling onto PlayStation Vita

Posted on Friday, September 16 @ 13:17:07 Eastern by


Rolled up along with the more than 100 games already in development for the PlayStation Vita, Katamari Damacy has been announced by Namco Bandai for the handheld. To suit the new controls for the system, it will "use the console's unique front touch screen and rear touch pad to bring fingertip control to the series for the same time".

Playing as the lovable Prince of All Cosmos once again, you will collect all the bits and bobs and junk of the universe, from "humble little ants to the volcanic grandeur of Mount Fuji", into clean celestial objects in the sky. Through self-described "levels of gently lunacy", you will roll the Katamari with the familiar front touch screen (as if it were an iPhone, really) but now with the rear touch pad, you can "stretch the ball either horizontally or vertically to pick up more objects at once or squeeze through a narrow gap".


More from the Game Revolution Network




comments powered by Disqus

More On GameRevolution