why xbox is region locked??? I want to play this game so badly...I don't care if it's in japanese *sob
Developers urge players not to spoil game's final moments.
The upcoming adventure game Catherine will be coming out tomorrow in its native language of Japanese. In anticipation of gamers who may have received a copy of the game earlier than its intended street date, publisher Atlus recently posted on Twitter (translated by Andriasang) that it will be holding a strict "no video" policy for all aspects and areas of the game before its street date.
The company asks that players not post videos or host live streams of the game's final areas. Furthermore, Atlus posted up a humorous public service announcement picture of an in-game sheep, which states a warning that gamers who "share spoilers about Catherine will have nightmares and die."
It is currently unclear as to whether the company will start requesting video sites like Nico Nico or YouTube to remove Catherine game footage.
The Japanese language version of Catherine will be out on February the 17.
ilikepandas theres not lmao i was very mad after beating it i mean u can walk around and such like walk to the bathroom or buy a drink or play pinball thats about it once the clock hits like 12 or so its like silent hill you enter the dark dream world trying to get to the top befor a hand or baby eat u lol
I sure hope there's more to this game than the puzzle block climbing and stylish anime weirdness shown in the demo.
They can't use this method if the game's released in America. Somebody would die coincidentally, and then a lawsuit would ruin Atlas.
@Nymphonomicon You know, it may just be me, but I think Atlus has the most respectful of fans. A lot of Atlus fans love the company to death.
Requesting "no spoilers" may work when the community respects the developer, but I doubt Atlus has that kind of relationship with its fans...
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