Catherine: Full Body Japanese and Western release dates have been somewhat detailed by Atlus. The 2011 game will launch in Japan next winter for PS4 and PS Vita, while Atlus has only announced the Western version and its teaser website.
Recently, Atlus announced a late 2018 Japanese release window, which a new trailer for Catherine: Full Body has tagged along with the news of its 2018 PS4 and PS Vita debut.
According to Atlus, Catherine: Full Body offers a third “Catherine” named Rin (VA – Aya Hirano). This act is followed by never before seen episodes that add a new option to Vincent’s love triangle.
Catherine and Katherine will have new episodes, and many new animated movies and “Sexy Events” to indulge in. It’s worth noting that the gameplay surrounding puzzle parts have been greatly changed for “players who are bad at puzzles” and for those who are “good at them”.
Looking over to the Americas and Europe, better known as the Western version, Atlus has announced that Catherine: Full Body will head to said region. However no release date or window has been provided yet.
What has been provided for Western fans is a new teaser website and an overview of the game thanks to Atlus:
“Is it a nightmare or a dream come true? A new test of Vincent Brooks’ morality is about to take the stage.
This new twist on the original Catherine, a mature romantic action-adventure puzzle game from the makers of the Persona series, will include a new love interest, “Rin,” with distinct storyline elements for the character, and additional puzzle content. Vincent’s love life has never been so complicated and dramatic!
Vincent’s apartment hasn’t seen the last of the sensual people in his life. With new storyline elements for both Catherine and Katherine, players will have ample opportunity for new experiences in Catherine: Full Body.”
Taking it back to the Japanese version, you can check out the new trailer that Atlustube seeded to the public to look over:
Lastly, if you want to see the works of Atlus and Studio Zero draw up a new image you can check out a “quick” illustration by artist Tei Shimajima, as seen below.
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