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They are vibrant, colorful, and look like a real anime. Check out these screenshots below as you continue to read the review.
Story: 10/10 Vince has a long time girlfriend, Katherine.
There’s also special box art for the 360 version, but I don’t have that, it is however, available, as well as the Love is Over edition, via the Amazon links above. You see, Vince is having bad dreams because he is worried about being caught cheating on his long-time girlfriend, Katherine with a K, with his hot new heartthrob, Catherine with a C.
Vince doesn’t really want to get married, but he realizes that if he doesn’t marry her, she will break up with him.
You watch numerous cutscenes and choose the “correct” answer to get different endings ultimately within the game. (actually school days may be similar now that I think about it; but Catherine’s art is higher quality.) I covered a lot of the other aspects of the game which I’m reviewing below here in the concept above, but I feel like all of these elements make Catherine, what it is, and are what make it such a unique and awesome gaming experience and therefore, they’re all part of the “concept” of the game.
There are numerous endings, including, good, bad, and true endings for each girl, and good, and true endings for Vince being single as well. The entire game is cel-shaded, in a way that’s never been done, before or since, at least not in any game that ever found it’s way to this side of the world. Gameplay 10/10: As mentioned above, the gameplay is really two fold.
There’s also a number of interesting minigames and sidequests available back in the bar as well.
There are numerous difficulty settings in the game, including one hidden “Very Easy” mode which you can access by holding down select on the main screen until you hear a ding sound go off.