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Catherine Hands-On Preview: Move Over, Freddy - There’s A New Nightmare in Town | Warp Zoned

Warp Zoned writes:

"Japanese company Atlus is no stranger to both developing and publishing unusual games – they are, after all, the creators of the Persona series. Their latest game, Catherine, has been dubbed an infidelity simulator, and fits right into their niche of the weird and wonderful. Even after everything we’ve written about Catherine, I still wasn’t sure what to expect from the demo. I tried not to have high expectations, but even as elevated as they were, I was definitely not disappointed with what the demo had to offer." (Catherine, PS3, Xbox 360)

fluffydelusions  +   1293d ago
Watched a play through earlier and it looked pretty cool.
chaolankennedy  +   1293d ago
Pre-ordered and ready to play, can't wait!
Hicken  +   1293d ago
Just got done with the demo. As expected there's an amazing story (so far) and Shoji Meguro's music is still superb. Puzzles will be insane on hard mode. I can't wait!

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