Atlus seeks opinions on marriage for future Catherine trailer

Atlus is calling on the gaming community help create a more wholesome marketing campaign for its odd-ball action puzzle game, Catherine. Apparently tired of freaking everyone out with images of demonic sheep and psychotic female lovers, the studio is asking love sick internetters to upload videos talking about marriage, with the best of the best to be included in a future trailer.

“[Catherine] is an unprecedented exploration of the psychology and emotion of love, romance, relationships and commitment. But you know, a lot has been made about its salacious content and the nightmarish action puzzle platforming sequences that tie the narrative together, and we think that shadows what the game is really all about,” says Atlus on its YouTube contest announcement.

The full details, including what questions one must answer in order to be considered for an appearance in the undated trailer, are in the video below:

[Source: Atlus' YouTube]

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“[Catherine] is an unprecedented exploration of the psychology and emotion of love, romance, relationships and commitment. But you know, a lot has been made about its salacious content and the nightmarish action puzzle platforming sequences that tie the narrative together, and we think that shadows what the game is really all about,” says Atlus on its YouTube contest announcement.

The full details, including what questions one must answer in order to be considered for an appearance in the undated trailer, are in the video below:


The contest is open to residents of the US and Canada, and entries are due by April 22nd. The last two questions are apt to have you sleeping on the futon; but hey, internet fame doesn't come cheap. I've managed to avoid said futon for nearly three years of marriage, so I'll be leaving this opportunity to braver men than I.

[Source: Atlus' YouTube]

April 12, 2011

Live action Catherine trailer asks if you want to get married
Atlus RPG to tackle the pros and cons of marriage




Catherine's US trailer proves that weird knows no language barriers
Atlus releases the first US trailer for its upcoming oddball title

Catherine getting US release in July, according to now-removed GameStop listing
Our block-pushing dreams were crushed when Atlus denied plans for a Western release... perhaps we should uncrush them?