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A Catherine remake to bring new content to PS4 and Vita

20 December 2017

Atlus has announced Catherine: Full Body for both PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, an expanded version of the 2011 action puzzler that originally released on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

Catherine: Full Body has been announced with a new website (in Japanese), which is now promising a broadcast on December 22 with more details.

Catherine: Full Body is now set for a release next year.

Part of the lasting appeal of Catherine has been the emergence of a wholly unexpected but fascinating competitive scene, making it certainly the most freakish esport around. For the uninitiated, the game follows a man who's deathly afraid of commitment who ends up cheating on his fiancee Katherine with a woman he meets at his regular bar named Catherine. She'll add another wrench into the story, which adds new cutscenes and even a handful of new endings.

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Catherine Full Body is not now scheduled for a worldwide release, but seeing the cult popularity of the original in the West, it may come at a later date. It's an inventive and interesting part of Atlus's portfolio, and the block puzzles are some of the most exciting parts of the game.

Persona 5 director Katsura Hashino is in charge of the project - called Catherine FB (for Full Body) - and Famitsu reports that there'll now be a third Catherine in the game (the original had two endings for two different paths the player could choose).

"Atlus is also asking viewers to send in their "nightmare-like incidents" on Twitter with the hashtag "#悪夢のような出来事" in commemoration of the Catherine: "Full Body announcement. We will keep you updated on the game as soon as more come in on it, so stay tuned for all the latest news.

The developers have also added new levels of difficulty, unreleased game mechanics, and a new mode, plus we talk about the support for online battles.

A Catherine remake to bring new content to PS4 and Vita