Catherine: “Love Is Over” deluxe edition unboxing trailer

Posted By | On 19th, Jul. 2011 Under News, Video News | Follow This Author @GNReith

Atlus have launched a trailer for the soon to release Catherine that shows off the content in the deluce “Love is Over” edition.

The deluxe edition launches alongside the standard Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Catherine on July 26th.

The edition comes in a pizza box adorned with a logo from the Stray Sheep bar that features in the game, a replica pair of Vincent’s boxer shorts he wears in the game, a Catherine themed pillow case, a soundtrack CD, an artbook, a Catherine based T-shirt and a copy of the game.

It’s a lot of awesome content for not a huge price. You may yet have time to grab a copy if you act now.

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  • Alexis

    I remeber when I first heard about this odd Japanese game a few mothns back. It was praised for it’s unconventinal story and challeging gameplay. I am a fan of this rare type of games and decided to give it a shot. I am pleased to say it was a purchase well worth every penny. I have to admit the biggest draw to this game is the story. At first, you may roll your eyes and think, I’ve heard this before. A guy (Vincent) is too scared to comimit to his girlfriend and ends up having a one night stand. I kind of felt the same way, but I kept playing and I came to find out it’s actually bigger than that. One reason is because of this red/blue meter that determines the outcome the game, depending on how you answer questions and respond to the other characters issues, By talking to people, you come to learn more about their situations and fears as well as how they are similiar to Vincent. I found myself getting invested in his story as he faces the hurdles of love, marriage and ultimately, happiness. The game stumbles a bit with it’s gameplay. The story takes place in two worlds, the real and the nightmare. In the nightmare world, you are tasked with climing until you reach the exit at the top. You climb by arranging blocks in different ways. Sounds easy, you think? The game has many challenging moments with arranging the best path to proceed and that will more than likely scare off many gamers. Some of the levels can border on hair pulling frustration. But, when you do finally clear that level, you feel accomplishment and reflief (mostly the former). The bottom line is, if you are looking for a rare kind of game in todays videogame market, with a great storyline and challenging gameplay, do yourself a favor and pick up Catherine.


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