Catherine Slips Into a Super Sexy Naughty Deluxe Edition

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Catherine, Atlus USA’s naughty, sexy action-adventure/puzzle game coming to PS3 and Xbox 360 this summer, just got a whole lot sexier and a whole lot naughtier.

Produced in limited supply to meet pre-order demand only, the Catherine “Love Is Over” Deluxe Edition is the collector’s edition to rule all collector’s editions. Priced at $79.99, it comes with a copy of the game on your choice of console, white and pink polka dot boxer shorts (in Men’s Large size), an “Empty Hearts” t-shirt (in Men’s Large size), and a pillow case printed with a picture of Catherine so sexy that whoever sleeps on it is sure to have a wet dream. All these goodies will come tucked away inside a collectible pizza box from the Stray Sheep bar, a prominent location within the game’s storyline.

As always, Atlus is giving its faithful fans extra incentive to plop down a reservation, also announcing today that customers who pre-order the game, standard or deluxe, will receive an 11-track soundtrack sampler and a color art book filled with 36 5.25″ x 6.75″ pages of anime sexiness that’s sure to make any bathroom reading session a little naughtier than usual.

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Catherine is scheduled to ship on July 26th for PS3 and Xbox 360, $60 for the standard edition and $80 for the deluxe. I don’t buy many collector’s editions, but if I can scrounge up the cash to pre-order before supply runs dry, I don’t think I can resist this one. Anyone else contemplating a deluxe edition buy?

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