Catherine with a K is his girlfriend
My favorite author is Haruki Murakami, the preeminent voice in Japanese literary fiction. He writes books that are half real, half imaginary; the main character might be a normal guy from Kyoto, but he runs into some very abnormal things. Like talking sheep or goblins living underneath Tokyo, or an alternate dimension where unicorns suffer for the good of humanity.
This is relevant because I get a very strong Murakami vibe from Catherine, Atlus’ upcoming game for actual HD consoles. A man lives a normal life in Tokyo, has a girlfriend, is living a normal existence, when he meets a strange, oversexed blonde haired lady with the same name as his girlfriend. And then starts having nightmares where he has horns and is chased by a lady with scissors and sheep. This sounds like the plot of a Haruki Murakami book made into a video game. Which sounds like the best thing ever. Considering America’s obsession with space marines, this looks like Japan’s chance to come through and deliver a thoughtful, mature game centered on adults instead of plucky youths.