The thing we most enjoy about politicians and other busybodies getting riled up about sexual content in video games is the fact that, broadly speaking, there is none. This prudish attitude is entirely the fault of the American market and if the French or Japanese had their way things would be very different. In fact, they are in Japan, where low budget hentai titles flood the PC market and indulge every form of debauchery known to man and tentacle monster. Coming from the creators of Persona, the level of confident storytelling and subtle characterisation in Catherine is all the more impressive given how inexpertly other games handle the same subjects. As you might gather, this is not the usual sort of set-up for a video game, but the presentation is wonderfully assured, with a mixture of anime cut scenes including several new ones and some excellent cel-shaded visuals. Or at least not in the waking world.
Catherine (Video Game ) - Parents Guide: Sex & Nudity - IMDb
Even though Catherine debuted in , it's still regarded as one of the most unique games ever created and now that an exciting remake is out, a new generation of gamers can see what all the hubbub is about. Catherine is a weird game. It's basically a puzzler with a ton of super-long cutscenes mixed in. The core gameplay will be familiar for anyone who has played Pushmo but keep in mind, Catherine actually came out first.
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Catherine [b] is a puzzle - platform game developed by Atlus. The story follows Vincent Brooks, a man who is beset by supernatural nightmares while torn between his feelings for longtime girlfriend Katherine and the similarly-named beauty Catherine. The gameplay is divided between the daytime, where Vincent interacts with the characters in a social simulation , and his dreams where he must navigate three-dimensional towers through combined platforming and puzzle-solving. The game's ending is affected by choices made by Vincent over the course of the story.