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Atlus Reveals Catherine Deluxe Edition

Atlus has revealed the contents of Catherine's "Love Is Over" Deluxe Edition along with the "limited quantity" pre-order bonuses.

Atlus today revealed two pieces of Catherine news: firstly, that the game will be getting a limited-run deluxe edition named "Love Is Over," and secondly that the game will also have two pre-order bonuses available for those who reserve either the standard or deluxe version.

The "Love Is Over" edition itself is packaged in a replica of a pizza box from the Stray Sheep bar. It contains a number of items taken either directly from the game or inspired by the characters and world. Besides a copy of the game for either PS3 or 360, there's a pair of boxer shorts like the ones Vincent wears in the nightmare sequences, a T-shirt which Catherine wears in the game and a pillow case decorated with an image of Catherine reclining.

The pre-order bonuses include an 11-track music CD consisting of selections from the soundtrack by Shoji Meguro, and a 36-page art book focusing on the game's character designs by Shigenori Soejima. Atlus is keen to emphasize that both the deluxe edition and the pre-order bonuses will only be available in very limited quantities, so order early if you want to get your hands on a copy.

Catherine is due out on July 26 for PS3 and 360. The Standard Edition will cost $59.99, while the "Love Is Over" edition will cost $79.99. Not bad if you needed some new underwear and a fresh pillowcase.


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