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Catherine: Full Body - A demo for Nintendo Switch is coming soon

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

Catherine: Full Body, the Persona 5: The Royale-style reissue 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 ...
Catherine: Full Body

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 ...
Catherine: Full Body

Sega may have suggested Catherine's arrival on PC

An image published on Bayonetta's Steam forum seems to suggest Catherine's arrival on PC. And the image in question is simply a sheep. But let's go with order. The image of the sheep ...

Atlus: a possible announcement about Catherine

According to Gematsu, Atlus has recently left clues that suggest an imminent announcement regarding Catherine, the much loved puzzle game of the last generation. The same Atlus has released an update on Studio Zero, the second ...

Skully - Review

For those who grew up between the 80s and 90s and started their video-game "career" at that time, the ...

Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. Reports Strong Results for Fiscal First Quarter ...

GAAP net revenue grew 54% to $ 831.3 million, a fiscal first quarter record GAAP net income per diluted share increased 88% to $ 0.77 GAAP net ...

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