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Catherine: Full Body, video content censorship of the Nintendo Switch version expected

The imminent arrival of Catherine: Full Body on Nintendo Switch seems to involve a lot of controversy. Atlus, the publisher of the title in question, has in fact imposed quite heavy bans and censorship against the upcoming version ...

Catherine: Full Body, pre-orders open on Nintendo eShop

Atlus and Nintendo announce the opening of Catherine: Full Body pre-orders on the Nintendo Switch eShop. The news comes after the rumors of a demo version coming for the small Japanese console. They're open...
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Catherine: Full Body - A demo for Nintendo Switch is coming soon

Nintendo Switch players could get a little taste of Catherine: Full Body even before its actual release, scheduled for July 7, 2020 in America and Europe. According to the last published post ...

Catherine: Full Body is also coming to Nintendo Switch

Recently announced during Nintendo Direct, the acclaimed cult Catherine: Full Body will be released on Nintendo Switch on July 7th. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kRJeWoqm3t0 Catherine: Full Body is a gripping action-adventure puzzle that features a mature story about ...
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Catherine: Full Body could arrive on Nintendo Switch

Catherine: Full Body, the Persona 5: The Royale-style re-edition of the Atlus puzzle title released last September 2019, could return in the coming months through a port for Nintendo Switch. The title is in fact ...
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Catherine: Full Body - Digital pre-order now available

Catherine: Full Body's digital pre-order is now available on PlayStation Store prior to the launch of the 3 September, 2019. All those who will carry out the digital pre-order, will receive an exclusive static theme that ...
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Catherine officially announced: Full Body for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita

The rumors that Atlus wanted to work on a popular title for PS3 were founded and today the software house announced Catherine: Full Body, out on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The title...

Tales of Arise - Review

The Tales series has always lived in a weird JRPG limbo. The first title of this Bandai Namco saga ...

Deltarune: the second chapter is free, while the next three will be ...

The highly anticipated second chapter of Deltarune, a direct sequel to Undertale, one of the most loved indies of the last decade, is finally available. Well as well as ...

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