Catherine: Full Body Coming In 2019

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One title I was hoping we’d hear more about at this year’s e3 after being revealed earlier in the year was Catherine: Full Body. It’s been oddly quiet on the news front so I was glad to see a brand new trailer for the upcoming remake released during e3. The news also confirms that we’ll be waiting until 2019 to get our hands on the game.

Check out the e3 2018 trailer below:

About Catherine: Full Body

Full Body is a 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!

There will be new sexy events, episodes and animated cutscenes to further develop the characters of Catherine, Katherine and Rin. There will be new endings for Rin and additional endings for both Catherine and Katherine.

A wide level of difficulty options is also available, alongside other adjustments. There are also new gimmicks and modes such as being able to link together a wide variety of blocks. There is also ‘Original Mode’ enabling the option to play the unaltered stages from the first version of game.

The game will feature online support and the ability to cross-save between PS4 and Vita.

Catherine: Full Body will have an online battle mode, inspired by the competitive scene overseas. Atlus states that they noticed the competitive Catherine scene, which is what lead them to developing online features for the remaster.

We can’t wait until 2019 to jump back into this great game from Atlus.

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