Catherine is a unique game to say the least. The game combines mature life choices, a dramatic story, challenging puzzles and the sexiest sheep men I have ever seen. But don't take my word for it, Stephen Johnson reviewed Catherine. My point is, you should take his word for it.
Catherine’s treatment of serious “adult” themes is adolescent at times, and the real life sequences tend toward melodrama and the kind of weirdo relationships that only seem to exist in Japanese comic books and cartoons. Many of the problems between Katherine and Vincent could be solved with a little honesty… but then, an honest, healthy relationship between the characters would probably result in a trip to Macy’s to pick out china patterns instead of angst-ridden existential nightmares where giant deformed babies swing chainsaws at your face.
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