With Catherine: Full Body launching in the west in the coming months, we now have our first look at some gameplay in English.
Atlus’ puzzle platformer title Catherine: Full Body has received two separate videos via IGN showing off English gameplay of both the story mode and puzzles. You can check them out for yourself down below.
The first video shows 10 minutes from the opening hour of Catherine: Full Body’s storyline, while the second is over a minute of some puzzle gameplay. Catherine shares many visual similarities to the Persona games, and with it being the first HD title from Atlus, the game essentially served as the basis for what would eventually be Persona 5. Also, you may hear it in the videos below but Troy Baker reprises his role as the main character Vincent, while Laura Bailey voices Catherine who we don’t see or hear until the final seconds of the story video.
Catherine: Full Body released for PS4 and PS Vita in Japan on February 14. Unfortunately, the PS Vita version of the game will not be brought over to the west. Additionally, Atlus seems to be incorporating the same restrictions to the share button that were also found in Persona 5. Meaning you’ll be unable to take many screenshots or record video.
As far as new content goes, Catherine: Full Body will include a new love interest named Rin, who’ll come with her own branching story and ending. Both Catherine and Katherine will also receive new content if you so happen to choose either of them as your love interest. The game will also include even more stages than the PS3 and Xbox 360 version as well as an online competitive mode that was inspired by the original game’s competitive scene. Furthermore, Catherine: Full Body will include some day one DLC in the form of Joker from Persona 5. More DLC was announced for the Japanese version like additional voices for Catherine as well as playable characters, but none of that content has been confirmed for the west as of right now.
Catherine: Full Body will launch in both America and Europe on September 3 for the PS4. The original version of the game launched on PC back in January if that’s your preferred platform.