Also Known As
Katamari Damacy
Number of Players
1 (Single Player)
Release Date

PlayStation Vita

  • US 22nd Feb 2012
  • EU 22nd Feb 2012


  • Review Touch My Katamari (PlayStation Vita)

    Roll with it

    Katamari Damacy began as a happy ball of creativity, an innovative concept revolving solely around the simple act of rolling. Eight years after it first arrived, the novelty has dissipated, the industry nary raising an eyebrow at the series any longer. Time, and a lack of forward movement, has normalised the Prince and King of All...

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Touch My Katamari News

  • News Touch My Katamari Scores Bizarre Pac-Man DLC

    Wacca wacca

    Touch My Katamari is not a conventional game, so the fact that Namco Bandai’s announced a bunch of Pac-Man DLC for the PS Vita launch title does not surprise us in the slightest. The additional mission features characters dressed as Pac-Man and the Ghosts, and sees you collecting power pellets and fruits from a maze like stage. As...

  • Feature 38 Third-Party PS Vita Games Headed to Europe


    We already knew PS Vita would be supported with such interesting third-party offerings as Lumines: Electronic Symphony, Touch My Katamari and Army Corps of Hell, but we had no idea the handheld would house such mystifying titles as Dragon's Racing and Putty Squad. Below you'll find the full list of third-party offerings currently in...

  • Feature First Vita Third-Party Launch Titles Revealed

    What's out on day one?

    Now we know PlayStation Vita's release date it's time to start learning what games will be available alongside the console on 22nd February in Europe and North America. Long-time Sony supporter Namco Bandai has just come out and revealed which three titles it's sending out from the very start. To nobody's surprise, Ridge Racer...

  • News Katamari Damacy Expands to PS Vita

    This ball gets around

    The Prince's giant, ever-growing ball of indiscriminate junk adds one more handheld to the heap as Namco Bandai announce Katamari Damacy for PS Vita. The game utilises the Vita's touch screen to direct the ball about the world, while the rear touch pad enables the player to pull at the ball's dimensions to squeeze through tight...

About The Game

Use the PS Vita's unique controls to guide the Prince's ever-growing ball.

Touch the screen to roll your ball in any direction, or use of the rear touch pad of the system to stretch the ball either horizontally or vertically, enabling it to squeeze through narrow gaps or pick up multiple objects at once.