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Katamari Damacy director Keita Takahashi revealed on his studio uvula's website that he will be debuting his newest game titled Tenya Wanya Teens (Topsy-Turvy Teens) at the "PARTY" event in San Francisco, California on March 27. The two-player party game uses a unique game pad that features not only a classic arcade joystick, but also 16 different buttons.
The game will later be previewed at the Experimental Gameplay Workshop game developer's conference on March 29. A prototype for Katamari Damacy was originally submitted to the same conference in 2005.
Katamari Damacy first appeared on the PlayStation 2 in both North America and Japan in 2004. The game went on to spawn several follow-up titles, including Touch My Katamari which shipped for the PlayStation Vita in Japan and overseas.