Catherine Will Bring Nightmarish Adultery To Europe On February 10

Today, Deep Silver revealed its targeted European release date for Catherine. The block-shoving, romantically-prominent RPG, will be available across the pond on February 10. That’s just in-time for Valentine’s day, which sounds like a thought out plan, as opposed to an accidental coincidence. When you consider the game’s subject matter, it certainly seems that way.

PAL gamers can purchase Catherine in two different forms: a regular edition will retail for £44.99, while a Stray Sheep Edition will retail for £54.99. That set will include pizza box packaging, a seductive poster, coasters and a Rave t-shirt.

Regardless of which version is purchased, you can expect to be treated to one of the most unique video games ever created. Not to mention the fact that it’s a game which doesn’t skimp on difficulty. In fact, Dark Souls could be the only released PS3/360 game that happens to be more difficult.

You can check out our review to find out more about this incredibly unique title. Its release date announcing press release is also available below:

Deep Silver today announced February 10, 2012 as the release date for the action-adventure/puzzle mix Catherine.

The perfect point in time for a rendezvous with either the game’s eponymous seductress Catherine or the protagonist Vincent’s long-time girlfriend Katherine – it’s the player’s choice!

Both the limited “Stray Sheep Edition” (containing the Rave-T-Shirt that Vincent wears in the game, two Stray Sheep bar-themed coasters, a Catherine poster that is exclusively available in this edition, all served in a pizza delivery box from the Stray Sheep Bar as packaging) and the standard edition will be released in Europe on this date. The “Stray Sheep Edition” of Catherine will have a price of £54.99, the standard edition will be available for £44.99.

Catherine will be released in PAL territories for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, and the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Catherine will feature localised text in French, Italian, German and Spanish.