Chibi-fied characters from Persona 3 and 4 aren't the only things to drool over in the latest trailer for Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth for the 3DS — there's a little Vincent in there as well.
The past few years produced a huge amount of great games and a surprisingly decent amount of them have well-developed characters that are hard to forget. And, of course, some of them look really attractive.
There's a fundamental difference between Japanese and Western gaming that starts at the very beginning of the creative process.
With Valentine's Day putting us all in a romantic mood it was our duty to gather some of the defining aaaawww moments video games offer.
Sex sells. Except when it doesn't.
Back in summer 2011, Japanese figure maker Max Factory showed off one sexy Catherine statue. This summer, it's Art Spirits' turn with a sexy figure of its own.
News of an Atlus sale is always welcome 'round here parts. Throughout all of July, you'll be able to buy Persona 3 Portable for $10 and Catherine for $20. Other PSP/PS3/Vita games are all half off too! [PlayStation Blog]
This week, there's a good amount of solid stuff new at the PlayStation store; it ain't the horn of plenty that we've seen in the past, but it's certainly better than the cursed wasteland that was last week's PlayStation Store update.
The Catherine box art featuring the game's titular character gets a Mass Effect send-up. Artist Nobunaga-chan reinvented it with Commander Shephard and Garrus for this "Catherine Shephard".
I was disappointed with Uncharted 3 for a number of reasons. Certainly one of those reasons was that the game had bizarre difficulty spikes and could be kind of a dick sometimes. But another, possibly bigger reason was that while Uncharted 3 generally mirrored the pacing and story-arc of Uncharted 2, it lacked one of…
We've already recognized a whole bunch of the best game soundtracks of 2011. But of course, there are only so many hours in the day—only so much time to play games, and one can only write about so many game soundtracks.
Of all the people you might have to buy gifts for this holiday season, the Sullen Teenage Girl just might be the most challenging. For what, exactly, do sullen teenage girls like? They are so sullen! It can be hard to tell if they like anything at all.
Starring a pin-up named CoCo, Another Take on Catherine is, well, another take on the popular game Catherine.
Last March, Kotaku posted cosplaying superstar Omi Gibson's take on Catherine, noting that it was a "masterclass". But now it's better.
You've heard Catherine's premise already: Commitment-phobic, indecisive Vincent must choose between marriage to longtime girlfriend, Katherine, and the allure of a sexy affair with a younger girl, Catherine. You already know is it's bizarre and surreal, and that the narrative's interspersed with tough puzzles. You've…
The premise to Mega64's latest knee-slapper is rather obvious: Neckbeard beats Catherine-wait, that doesn't sound right. Neckbeard finishes Catherine? Whatever. And he figures that his prowess in that game has some real world application.