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Screw the Vita, buy a PSP

Vito Gesualdi has five good reasons why you should consider skipping the Vita launch and investing in a PSP. Does he have a point, or is he just a cheap bastard? Read More


Namco Bandai Announces Intent to Increase Presence in Digital Distribution

Today, Namco Bandai Games revealed that they are going to make a greater push into the arena of digital distribution by expanding its presence on Xbox LIVE Games on Demand and the PlayStation Network's PlayStation Portable titles and PS One Classics. "Expanding our digital distribution presence across all major platforms is an essential part of our worldwide corporate strategy," said Robert Stevenson, Vice President of Online Development at Namco Bandai Games America Inc. "Through this initiative, our consumers will have access to our latest releases, bestsellers and hard to find classics with the press of a button." Titles currently available include Ridge Racer 6 on Xbox 360 for 1,600 Microsoft Points, Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny and Tekken 6 on PSP for $39.99, Ridge Racer for PSP for $14.99, and Me & My Katamari for $19.99. Coming in the first quarter of 2010 to Xbox 360 will be Beautiful Katamari, whose price has not yet been listed. Read More


Katamari Creator Feels Unsuited for Game Development, Feels Many of Today's Games Aren't Fun

One would think that Keita Takahashi, the man behind such wonderfully unique and bizarre video games as Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy, would be a natural at performing such a task as designing a theme park. But since announcing his desire to create such an establishment four years ago, it seems that his otherwise creative mind has made little progress towards achieving his goal. If this is the type of problem he faces, however, then why would he seek to leave gaming in order to pursue it? Read More


PSN Thursday – 7.30.09: Obese Princesses and Watchmen

I'd venture to say that this week's PlayStation Network update is above average in quality, mostly due to the fact that Fat Princess is now out. In addition, the second episode of Watchmen: The End is Nigh is available for 15 bucks. If you'd like to try before you buy, there is also a demo version. Your standard Rock Band and Guitar Hero DLC makes an appearance. However, you may notice the lack of LittleBigPlanet content. I'm sure we can expect some next week though. Keep reading for the official word from the PlayStation Blog. Read More


Media: Katamari Forever Trailers are Weird

In case your life hasn't had enough weird ass puppets in it so far, Namco-Bandai has stepped up and thrown this ridiculous trailer at us. Look, just watch it... Yeah, who knows? I will say that the multiplayer mode shown-off within is a surprise to me. The Namco-Bandai rep I spoke with during my hands-on demo specifically said this one was going to be a singleplayer only experience. Surprise! Read More


E3 2009: Katamari Forever

The original Katamari Damacy stole my heart and soul as soon as I picked up the PS2 controller and gave it a roll. The quirky, zany and oh-so-Japanese style pushed the concept of gaming for me in all sorts of unique and odd directions. I will say here and now that Katamari Damacy ranks as one of my favorite gaming experiences of all time. That means that I was right there as the series lost momentum and began to spit and sputter its way through We Love Katamari, Me and My Katamari (PSP), I Love Katamari (iPhone, the one with broken controls) and Beautiful Katamari (360). The charm and appeal to the series degraded through issues in control and graphical slowdown and clipping. As the consoles and methods evolved, this game stayed the same and then started to get worse. As a fan that wanted more and more from Katamari, it started to get frustrating when I got less and less. I still loved the series and the experiences within, of course, but it just wasn't the same. Katamari Forever looks to serve as a testament to all that's wonderful in the Katamari universe. Hit the break to continue reading our impressions of the game at E3... Read More