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Atlus’ puzzle game Catherine: Full Body has received a new trailer, and has begun accepting pre-orders.

Catherine: Full Body is the upcoming expanded remaster of a lewd puzzle game. It released in Japan back in February featuring a new story route, new difficulties, and over twice as many puzzle levels.

The Western release of the game is planned for September 3rd. For those eager to get the game Atlus will now offer physical edition pre-orders. For that occasion they have released a new trailer, which you will find below:

If you’ve missed Catherine before, its story follows Vincent, a young bachelor who cheated on his girlfriend, and began having deadly nightmares shortly after. Your job is to help him choose between responsibility and egoism while climbing atop a tower in a unique puzzle game.

Catherine: Full Body is a remastered edition of the game which comes with a slew of new features, including a new romantic interest who impacts all story routes and comes with their own. When it was first announced, Atlus described it as follows:

Prepare for gaming’s most twisted love triangle to become a love square when Catherine: Full Body launches on PS4 in the West on September 3, 2019!

Catherine: Full Body Features:

A Full-Bodied Remaster: The captivating tale of 2011’s award-winning Catherine returns in Catherine: Full Body – bigger and better than before. Improved visuals and gameplay, brand-new music, enhanced multiplayer options, and much more await in this enticing new package.

From a Love Triangle to a Love Square: Explore brand-new branching story paths centering around the arrival of the mysterious amnesiac, Rin. Dozens of new cutscenes and animated cinematics have been added to delve even deeper into Vincent’s complicated present life, as well as his past.

Puzzling Puzzles – If You Desire: Looking for a challenge? Catherine: Full Body contains over 500 puzzles, over twice that of the original game! Additionally, ‘Arrange Mode’ adds complex linked blocks to once-familiar levels, requiring new techniques and strategies to conquer them.

It’s Not Cheating: Just looking to enjoy the story? ‘Safety Mode’ gives players the option to skip any puzzle, letting you sit back and enjoy Vincent’s tragic tale.

Voices as Smooth as Fine Wine

Catherine: Full Body features a number of brand-new cutscenes, animated cinematics, and entirely new branching story paths. ATLUS is happy to announce that the full main voice cast of the original Catherine will be making their return in this new installment, including:

Troy Baker as Vincent, our tormented main character

Laura Bailey as Catherine, the flirtatious and bewitching girl of Vincent’s dreams

Michelle Ruff as Katherine, Vincent’s long-term girlfriend with plans of settling down

Also, introducing Brianna Knickerbocker as Catherine: Full Body‘s new central character, Rin, the mysterious amnesiac who suddenly shows up in Vincent’s life one day, potentially changing his life forever

…and many more!

Catherine: Full Body now offers two pre-order editions you can pick from. The base launch edition is simply the game itself in a metal casing. The larger Heart’s Desire Premium edition comes with a Sheep Plush, the soundtrack CD, a hardcover artbook, and a collector’s box.

If you’re from the US you can pre-order the Launch Edition for $59.99 at Amazon and Best Buy, or the “Heart’s Desire” Premium Edition for $79.99, likewise on Amazon and Best Buy. Otherwise, you can find your local stores listed on the game’s brand new official website.

If you’re a PC enthusiast, you may be interested in the recently released Classic version instead.

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