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- Catherine's "empty heart" T-shirt lifted straight from the game (men's large)
- Vincent's boxers, one of the most iconic visuals in the game (men's large)
- Catherine pillowcase features a seductive pose. Vincent goes from one nightmare
- And all of the items are packed inside a "Stray Sheep" pizza box, inspired by the Stray Sheep
- As well a Full-Color Art book and Soundtrack CD. Catherine PS3 Game
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- Platform: PlayStation 3
- BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Falling for this girl might be hazardous to your health... As Vincent, a man recently succumbed to the irresistible beauty of the game's titular diversion, players find themselves swept into a treacherous love triangle. Catherine's core themes--those of free will, of the delicate nature of relationships and the choices we make within them, marry perfectly with the intense, terror-filled gameplay that serves to accurately reflect Vincent's growing sense of anxiety. It is an experience wholly unlike any to come before it, and is certain to leave gamers talking and thinking about Vincent's tribulations long after the credits have rolled. Features The Horrors of Love Vincent's waking fears, doubts, pressures, and growing guilt about commitment and fidelity now gleefully follow him into his dreams, manifesting as horribly disfigured monsters and a ticking clock. Between a Rock and a Soft Place The player must navigate Vincent through heavy moral decisions. As in real life, hardly anything is black and white. What is the value of honesty? What is the right thing to do? Either way, someone's going to get hurt. Worse yet, someone could die. The Nightmare of Your Dreams Famed character artist Shigenori Soejima and master composer Shoji Meguro create sights and sounds unlike anything else. As unforgettable and original as the game's narrative, Catherine's visual direction and musical score define and perfectly complement Vincent's terrifying ascent into the dizzying perils of love. Escape With or From a Friend Local competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes, in addition to leaderboards, ensure that the many thrills and horrors of racing through twisted stages can be enjoyed by more than one player and add hours of extra gameplay to the overall experience.
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The boxers are great quality and pretty comfy too. The shirt is a nice size but the color seems like it faded a bit even after one wash but it still looks good. Pillowcase doesn't seem like it would be very comfortable to sleep on but it also works great as a poster too. The art book is cool, with various drawings of Catherine and a couple of Katherine and Vincent.
Overall great package and game.
I already played Catherine a long time ago (imported Jap version) & I loved it so much that I decided to play it again, this time in English, I was glad to see that the US version is the same as the Japanese version, nothing was cut out of the game or censored, there were a few tweaks here and there, like making it a bit more easy such as giving a 'redo' option, tweaking the easy difficulty to actually make it easy, unlike the Jap version which was hard even on the easy difficult, but the punishing difficulty found in the Jap version is still there.
Well let's start with the gameplay, now you'll either hate it or love it, some people will find it boring, difficult, annoying etc, some people will find it addictive, fun, fresh etc. This is not your typical action adventure game, where you just shoot at the enemies and move forward, it's not an rpg where you just spam them with majic attacks
The gameplay for Catherine is very simple; you just have to climb up some blocks, simple right?
Well it's not, you need to climb up if you want to survive from what ever enemy is chasing you, in later levels the blocks themselves will act as enemies or traps I should say, so basictly not only you need to escape from the enemy that's chasing you, but you need to watch out for the traps aswell, and believe me it's not so easy as it sounds, but once you get the hang of it, the game becomes much more fun and before you know it you'll be ready to take in any abomination that the game puts in your way, or in your nightmare.
The story is the most atractive feature of Catherine, it's really rare to find a game these days that puts more emphasis on the story than on the gameplay, the intriguing story along the unique and love-able set of characters will make you take on the challenging gameplay just to see what happens next with the story and the characters.
The sound is top notch, the sound effects are just perfect and the music composed by Shoji Meguro is just so damned amazing, I bought the original Japanese soundtrack that features 34- tracks and I've gotta say it's one if the best 'albums' that I have bought this year.
So overall the game is extremely amazing, it's not perfect, it has a few flaws but it sure is worth a try, I do not regret any minute or penny spent on this game, it's something innovative and unique, it's a game that took a huge risk but the rewards will be worth it, do not hesitate to buy this game, it will feel completely unique in this video game world that's dominated by the FPS genre.
Thank you Atlus!
Despite this, there are indeed R-Rated scenes, but personally I was more put off by some of the symbolism in some scenes, violent and grotesque characters, and dark opinions presented about men and women than a few shots of people in bed together (with shots far more prude than certain other titles). That said, the Deluxe Edition focuses on the sex appeal for the most part. The cloths seem good quality, not the softest material. The pillow case has some weird colors on it that appear to be normal, but I'm not brave enough to use it anyway. The pizza box is cute and actually very sturdy. Art book is nice, so is the sound track.
Overall I'm very satisfied. This is a game that looks pretty passable, but kept me up all night playing to solve the mystery of the nightmares and get Vincent out. Total time of one game is a little on the short side, but I'm ready to replay it again as there is no repetitive gameplay, multiple ways to interact with others, and a large number of endings. The nightmares can be hard, but I've been told the 'Easy' setting makes them trivial to get through for those who want the story.