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Catherine - Xbox 360

The art of Shigenori Soejima and the insane dreamscapes you’d expect from the Persona series feature in this very-not-Persona tower-climbing puzzle game. It’s a tale of love, infidelity, and sheep, and please don’t read too far into that.
  • Release date: 2011
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Atlus
  • Publisher: Atlus
  • Rating: Mature 17+ (M)
  • Players: 1-2 Players
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punchesjudy
Great quirky puzzle game with a proper mature story that keeps you interested all the way through. For new players I would recommend the easiest difficulty option. It can get pretty damn hard in the later stages of the game.
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sonicjedi12
Rated it 4 stars entirely because of her "you-know-what's" ;). REACTION: WOAH MOMMA!!!!
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Xodyak
What an amazing game. A modern game that delivers a challenge and makes you think? Yup. A mature plot that delivers its topics in a mature manner instead of delivering its content immaturely, while weaving a genuinely interesting story that keeps you engaged? You betcha. Will probably be the most overlooked game of the generation. Why not perfect? Your 360 controller hates this game. The D-pad is the best way to play it, and it doesn't mix on your Xbox. You need this game, but get it on the PS3.
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tyrannikos
A fantastic and challenging puzzle game. Moving giant blocks endlessly was never go fun. Great visuals, great story, fantastic soundtrack. The story can branch off into several paths depending on your choices, offering lots of replayability. Plenty of extra challenge unlocked after you beat the game as well. A great gateway game into the world of Atlus and their unique brand of story-telling.
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Kuzunoha
I love this game! even though it was challenging the game felt pretty rewarding with my efforts in it. Its weird, challenging and is a puzzle game. I well personally say it was well worth the price! It also was what got me to play other games from ATLUS. I really appreciate that becasue it got me playing Persona3/4 and the other SMT games, even though their different genres. But the quality shows! A Must play!
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