Atlus has released a new trailer for Catherine: Full Body. The trailer depicts some of the more graphic scenes from the game.
The new Catherine: Full Body trailer was put together in a joint partnership between Atlus and Japanese pop-rock band Sekai No Owari, according to Game Informer. The video features one of the band’s songs, titled Re:set. Beginning with remastered scenes from the original Catherine, the trailer eventually starts showcasing some of the new cutscenes included in Full Body.
The trailer itself is still in Japanese, and hasn’t been translated with subtitles yet. However, based on this trailer, it looks like the inclusion of Rin—a new love interest vying for the attention of protagonist Vincent against the titular Catherine and Katherine—is going to create new outcomes to certain plot points that were not seen in the original game’s story.
Rin isn’t the only new addition to Full Body in comparison to the original Catherine. Atlus has announced the game will have a Safety mode, which, according to Gematsu, will allow you «to skip stages you have not cleared with the press of a button, and solely enjoy the event scenes.» Full Body will also feature online battles and new difficulty levels as well. Although Atlus has not confirmed DLC for Full Body outside of Japan, Gematsu did notice that the Japanese version of the game is getting some. If the same expansions launch in North America and Europe, we can expect plenty of bundles that include different voices for Catherine, with each one performed by a different actress.
Catherine: Full Body is releasing for PS4 and PS Vita in Japan on February 14. The game has been confirmed to launch in both North America and Europe for PS4, but an official release date has not been announced.
When the original Catherine released in 2011, we gave it an 8.5/10 in our review, describing the game as a «story-heavy puzzler» that is «mature and occasionally profound» in its exploration of «sexual fidelity, personal responsibility, and trust.» Originally only available on consoles, Catherine was ported to PC in January 2019.