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That monster of a controller above is what you'll presumably be using to play Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy creator Keita Takahashi's brand new party game, Tenya Wanya Teens. The game is, according to Venus Patrol, "about trying desperately to not say or do the wrong thing at the wrong time, that universal struggle to maintain the façade of normality during the awkward transition from child- to adulthood—but, more than anything, really, it's a silly party game for two players armed with sixteen buttons each."


Another Venus Patrol post (Venus Patrol, by the way, is co-creating the game with Takahashi's two-man studio uvula and the UK-based Wild Rumpus) seems to show the controller in action.

No release date (or platform, for that matter) has been revealed yet.

Love, Hygiene & Monsters: Introducing Tenya Wanya Teens [Venus Patrol, via Eurogamer]