A few days ago, Atlus Japan released the second trailer for the PS4 & PSV game Catherine Full Body. You can see the trailer below:
The trailer shows a lot of content for the game. So much that the game looks more than a remake. It’s almost a redo or reset. Aside from some possible storyline changes from the original game based on the cutscenes I saw, the third girl Rin has a name change. Her name is now Qatherine. It’s a weird name that I never came across before. But I assume it sounds like “Catherine” in the Japanese language. Basically to keep the Catherine decision theme.
At the end of the trailer, Atlus shows us the release date of February 14, 2019. Fits the theme well. Also, the limited edition package for the game is shown. It comes with a special art cover, 4 CD soundtrack, artbook, & DLC. The 4 CD OST shows me that the game has a huge budget going to it since the original had 1 CD with 11 tracks if I remember correctly. For the DLC, I think it is the 11 different voice packs for Catherine. The 11 voice pack for Catherine is interesting as it has 11 different voice actresses doing their version of Catherine. From my understanding, it gives the player a choice of which version of Catherine they want. As of this post, Atlus released 3 samples of the voices & the name of the voice actress performing them on their YouTube channel.
Another DLC to come is Persona 5. Players get to play as Joker for the Babel & Colosseum modes with the cast of the Phantom Thieves doing commentary during the matches. It seems to be it’s own small thing based on a screenshot shown. Not sure if it is also included in the LE.
The LE is available for PS4 & PSV. There is no difference between the two. Although Catherine Full Body is coming to North America with no release date announced, I already preordered the PS4 LE version. I was thinking about the PSV initially since we will not get a physical version of it here, but decided PS4 due to me getting the PS3 version of the original Catherine back in the day. Plus, it’s probably easier to play & enjoy it on a bigger screen. But I will still double dip & get the North American version when it comes out here.