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August 2009EditCatherine is a device in the video game Flower, Sun, and Rain: Murder and Mystery in Paradise. "She" is an Ultimate Computerized Unlocking Device, a high-powered computer designed in the shell of a silver briefcase, and is used to solve all numerical puzzles in the game. In addition to serviceable data storage capabilities, Catherine is more significantly equipped with nine different serial buses that allow her to electronically connect with everything from security systems to statues to human minds, a process her carrier, Sumio Mondo, refers to as "jacking in" to a target; he asserts that Catherine can jack into almost anything. After jacking in, Catherine can interact with the target in various ways by inputting the correct numerical codes on a dial. As a briefcase, Catherine also holds conventional items such as Mondo's memo pad and the guidebook he receives upon his arrival at the Flower, Sun, and Rain hotel. (more...)
April 2009EditGoichi Suda (須田剛一, Suda Goichi) is a video game designer and the CEO of Grasshopper Manufacture. The "51" in his nickname, Suda 51, is a pun on his given name, as in Japanese, go means 5, and ichi means 1. His most famous works include Moonlight Syndrome, The Silver Case, Flower, Sun, and Rain, Michigan: Report from Hell, killer7 and No More Heroes. He and his studio have also been involved in video game adaptations of the preexisting series Samurai Champloo, Blood+ and Fatal Frame. (more...)
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