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Game Corner: Catherine Review

At long last, my review for Atlus’s latest publication, Catherine, is here. This article also marks my first ever full blown game review for GeekTime, so with no further adieu, let’s go!

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danielle0072145d ago

It's "with no further ado."

Otherwise, decent review. Catherine is no doubt amazing, but it's definitely not for everyone. I absolutely adore this game.

Xenial2145d ago

Agreed, was a day one purchase for me and i've been enjoying since.

SuperBeast8112145d ago

This game is sooooooooooooooo gay japanese crap ALWAYS sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

Ramas2145d ago

you suck kid, japanese are the ones who started video games

SuperBeast8112144d ago

No they didnt atari was an american company we invented it waaaaaaaaaaaaay b4 nintendo came in the 80s get your facts straight son

acsummerfield2144d ago

Tennis For Two - 1958. First video game. Not Atari.

Thanks for the read everyone.

And @danielle007, my apologies for the grammar mistake. Correction happening now.

danielle0072144d ago (Edited 2144d ago )

It's a common mistake, they sound alike, and a lot of people mix it up, apparently. I just thought it should be brought to someone's attention.

I really did like the review, even though for me personally Catherine ranks a 9.5 or 10 in my heart, it can't be denied that Catherine definitely won't be everyone's cup of tea. :)

SuperBeast8112144d ago

tennis for two is not japanese and fyi i was talking about actual consoles not plug n play games do not question my knowledge boy there is just waaaaaay to many people who think the NES is the first system the first video game was developed in the US no matter how you slice it

acsummerfield2143d ago

Tennis for Two is a U.S. release, I wasn't debating that, but it's technically the first video game. It isn't "plug and play", it was run on some majorly gigantic computers back when.

And I'd rate Catherine a 9 or 9.5 in my book, personally, too, but 8.5 technically because of the issues I pointed out.