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The main catch is the cat talks but his "human" doesn't understand him. So while Gamercat can access the Internet and get paid as being part of a live help line (presumably text-based), he can't play online games that have voice chat or buy games in retail stores.
Fairly on, he meets Glitch (as named by GC's "human"), a stray kitten, and teaches him to play hardcore games to some consequences. While it isn't tasteless like VGCats is, it does have some kind of gross moments, which I have to admit I laughed at.
GC certainly does bear more than a passing resemblance to Sissel's true form, though I haven't seen a reference to this yet.
Anyway, so far, it's fun and looks like it might replace the Brawl in the Family shaped hole in my webcomic reading life since that comic ended a few years back.