A psychological horror, with block-puzzle gameplay.
As a game reviewer there are few times when you can honestly say something was the first time you felt a particular way for a game. It's often just hyperbole or something being a bit overblown. But this is definitely one of those times when it's genuine Catherine has got to be the first time that I was so confused, enthralled, horrified and simultaneously unable to look away from a video game. Read More.
Previews and Features
Atlus has never been a company to shy away from unconventional games and that's why we love them. Many people simply don't "get" the appeal to Atlus' games... something to truly pity them for. Whether it's the distinctly Japanese aesthetics, the old-school RPG mechanics or the fact that you can't choose the original Japanese dialogue. Read More.
Sitting down with Atlus in a quiet room gave me the chance to check out Catherine, the action/adventure puzzle title that you could call 'odd' the same way you could call the sun 'mildly warm'. Describing it isn't exactly an easy task, so here's my shot: Read More.
Today Atlus announced a western release date for Catherine, a peculiar psychological-horror-meets-Qbert kind of game, out in Japan already for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. Read More.