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Release Your Inner Cat in ‘Catlateral Damage’

Have you ever wanted to be a cat? If you answered, “No,” then you’re obviously an alien masquerading as a human being. Who wouldn’t want to be a cat? You live rent-free, you get to sleep for about eighteen hours a day, and no matter what awful behavior you exhibit, people just won’t stay mad at you.

It’s a dream that you can get one step closer to achieving with the brand new PS4 game, Catlateral Damage. Check out the immensely silly trailer:

Corny infomercial spoof aside, this trailer does sell the simple pleasure of being a cat and knocking over stuff. I also like the events we see here like a disco setting and chasing a mouse. It’s also pretty impressive that the game has a cat selection screen, including the soon to be classic character Fart Cat. It’s impossible to dislike Fart Cat.

Will Catlateral Damage become the definitive cat simulator? Will we get such modes as “string chasing” and “go crazy in the middle of the night for no apparent reason”? Will catnip be a power-up? Do you regenerate health by laying in sunbeams? Will you be able to use hairballs as weapons? Will you be able to fight in a kitty Thunderdome over the last can of Fancy Feast tuna? You’ll have to play Catlateral Damage on PS4 to find out the answers to these burning questions. You can order it through the Playstation Store, but know that they have to accept money and not a lizard that you killed and brought to their doorstep.

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Drew Dietsch

Drew Dietsch is an Entertainment Editor at Fandom. He's written for, the News-Press, WhatCulture, and releases a weekly podcast about his media consumption with fellow Fan Contributor Travis Newton. He will never miss an opportunity to watch Jaws or RoboCop, and it's way too easy to get him to talk about Batman.

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