Catherine: Full Body has received a Japanese release date as pre-orders have begun.
Catherine: Full Body, is an upcoming new expansion of Catherine, a unique story-driven puzzle platformer from Atlus. In the game, you play as Vincent Brooks, an indecisive young man. One day, his girlfriend of five years approaches him with a marriage proposal, but he’s unable to answer her. Shortly after, while spending some time at the bar, he’s approached by a woman who appears to be exactly his type. He ends up sleeping with her, beginning a romance drama between him and the two girls. On top of that, he begins to have mysterious nightmares.
The nightmares make up the game’s puzzle portion. Vincent has to climb a tower while avoiding various traps and obstacles. This part of the game has been notorious for being quite difficult but also garnered a large fanbase. You can find out more about it in our review.
Catherine: Full Body will work as an expansion of the original game. It will feature a new lover in the mix, whose gender is still up in the air. The story will be expanded by new “sexy events,” there will be new endings for everybody, new game modes, and much richer difficulty options.
Additionally, thanks to the latest issue of Famitsu, we now know that Catherine: Full Body is going to feature twice as many stages, upping the previous number to 500. There will be over 20 new animated cutscenes, and an option to change the voice of one of the girls. Aside from her original voice actor Miyuki Sawashiro, players will be able to change Catherine’s voice to that of Mamiko Noto, as well as nine yet-to-be-revealed other voice actresses.
The game’s Japanese launch date has been set for February 14, 2019. The game will come out on PS4 and PS Vita. Plans for a western release have been confirmed by Atlus, but there’s currently no set date for it.
Pre-orders for the game have already begun. The game’s standard edition is priced at ¥7,980, while the limited edition costs ¥13,980. The limited edition includes a slip art box, the soundtrack CDs, an art book, and a special DLC set.
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