A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
While Catwoman is on a mission to stop the release of a tainted cosmetic, she is also on a quest for revenge -- making it hard to tell the difference between altruism and bloodlust.
Violence & Scariness
Plenty of combat, but adversaries are either confined or flee. No bloodshed, no death.
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Sex, Romance & Nudity
Nothing explicit. But Catwoman's provacative, cleavage-bearing suit lends itself to whips and leather-charged innuendo.
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Products & Purchases
The game Catwoman is a tie-in to the movie of the same name.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that there's a lot of provocative stuff here: Between lap dances, her provocative suit, and saucy come-ons (plus she "strikes a pose" to arouse and confuse enemies), Catwoman definitely uses sex as a weapon.
Is It Any Good?
The gameplay draws heavily on superior predecessor Prince of Persia, with its three-dimensional environments and its preference for swinging, scaling, and jumping over combat. When the fur finally does fly, Catwoman pits her impressive, nicely animated combat moves against the lamest bunch of faceless pushovers a video game can offer.
It's hard to imagine who this game is for: Catwoman does a curious job of trying to mix the sassiness of Eartha Kitt's Catwoman, the darkness of Tim Burton's Batman film, and Prince of Persia-inspired gameplay. And with few secrets to unlock, there's only the occasional entertaining challenge. The pace of the game is odd, too -- players will breeze though sizable sections of levels, only to come to a grinding halt to attempt the same series of jumps in hopes of advancing through trickier spots. Overall, this certainly isn't a game players will be dying to get their claws on.
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