Thursday, August 04, 2011
Review Catherine Ps3, Xbox 360
A horror, puzzle-platformer, adventure game, with mature themes, both sexual and religious, developed and published by Atlus for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360
"Atlus' willingness to create and publish something as unique as this is truly commendable"
quote from 1up review
Players control a man named Vincent who, after meeting a strange girl named Catherine and cheating on his girlfriend, begins having strange nightmares, during which he fears he might be killed. Scoring a commendable 80% Ps3 and 83% xbox 360 on Metacritic.com
Kadokawa Games published a novel based on the game on May 20, 2011
In response to players' complaint on the game difficulty, Atlus released a patch with a new difficulty mode called Super Easy mode for the PS3 and xbox 360 in March 2011
Shallow characters, and monotonous puzzles
Not an rpg, the difficulty is going to alienate a very large amount of people.
Like a relationship that's going nowhere, Catherine has a few bright spots that will make you want to hold on
An intriguing affair that makes you question the type of person you truly are
Unusual, startlingly innovative and engaging, nuanced storytelling
Arcade-style gameplay with one of the most engaging, emotional narratives seen in a videogame
Catherine Official Website