Attack of the Fanboy: Ultimately Catherine's style and grace couldn't bring me on board fully. While the game's ideas work in many ways, I personally found myself rushing through puzzles to rush through story aspects of the game, and with all that rushing I was left with a game that felt like it lacked in substance. While the tale behind Catherine is one that you definitely want to see, it's the journey that makes it somewhat flat. Catherine's appeal certainly isn't wide, and although many parts of Catherine are refined and enjoyable, the repetitious nature of Catherine's core left me wanting more from the puzzle aspects than just harder difficulty levels. For a niche, Catherine could be quite an enjoyable artistic romp through the bowels of morality.