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Action RPG Anime Branching Plot Collectibles Cosplay Costumes Dating Sim Decisions Matter Featured Game Review Horror Kawaii Review Multiple Endings Platform Game Playstation 3 Puzzles Review RPG Slice of Life Videogame Visual Novel Xbox 360 Title: Catherine Genre: Action-RPG with Platformer and Visual Novel Elements Publisher: Atlus Release Date: July 2011 Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360 Where to Buy: Amazon: 360 Click here; and for PS4 Click here There is a special Love is Over edition that included a pillow case, men’s boxers, a pizza box, tshirt, and some other goodies. Geeky: Sweetie: Concept 10/10: The concept of Catherine is quite unique.
I have this version and took some pictures when I got it a few years ago at release. The gameplay is a bit like Qbert in a way while in Vincent’s nightmares.
Part of the fun of the game is the difficult puzzles which await you in Vincent’s dreams.
Around this same time, Vince suddenly meets Catherine, a girl who only wants a no-strings-attached sexual relationship. Music: 10/10 The music in this game is composed by Shoji Meguro and is often compared to the soundtracks of Persona 3 and Persona 4.
She makes Vince feel alive, and young, and free, and all of the qualities that Katherine lacks, Catherine has in spades. Go back and beg Katherine for forgiveness, turn your back on her and continue down the path of sin and lust with Catherine, or tell both girls to go F*** themselves and realize your own dreams and ambitions which is perhaps the best feeling of all. Atlus USA released a version of this soundtrack with their Love is Over limited edition release (pictured above).
You watch numerous cutscenes and choose the “correct” answer to get different endings ultimately within the game. (actually school days may be similar now that I think about it; but Catherine’s art is higher quality.) I covered a lot of the other aspects of the game which I’m reviewing below here in the concept above, but I feel like all of these elements make Catherine, what it is, and are what make it such a unique and awesome gaming experience and therefore, they’re all part of the “concept” of the game.
There are numerous endings, including, good, bad, and true endings for each girl, and good, and true endings for Vince being single as well. The entire game is cel-shaded, in a way that’s never been done, before or since, at least not in any game that ever found it’s way to this side of the world. Gameplay 10/10: As mentioned above, the gameplay is really two fold.