Sega has revealed more on what Catherine: Full Body adds to the original game, including arranged stages and even more animated sequences.
Check out the highlights below:
Catherine: Full Body has new events and new animated sequences handled by STUDIO４℃ once again. Over 20 new anime scenes have been added, and the story events have been completely changed with Rin’s appearance in the story.
The heroines of the previous title have also gotten new endings, where they begin their own journeys.
One of the highlights of Catherine: Full Body is the reveal of how Vincent and Katherine hooked up in the first place. They were in the same grade in high school, and it seems Katherine was known as the school beauty.
Meanwhile, Catherine’s continuous bold and flirty actions will continue to confuse and trouble Vincent. It seems she’s also going to tempt Vincent with her cooking this time around as well.
As previously mentioned, Catherine’s voice can be changed to your ideal voice, and Miyuki Sawashiro and Mamiko Noto’s voices will be included by default in the base game, with more to come via DLC.
Qatherine, nicknamed Rin, is new to Catherine: Full Body, and doesn’t remember anything apart from her name. With her pure and innocent values, she starts to change the people around her, and also tempt Vincent as well. Rin works as a pianist, and while Vincent starts off like her guardian, it seems their relationship will change. It also looks like Rin will also support Vincent in his arduous tower climbing nightmares.
In Catherine: Full Body, you can choose between Standard and Arranged puzzles. Standard puzzles are arranged the same way as the original Catherine, albeit overall balanced to be a bit easier. Meanwhile, Arranged stages are for those who have played and conquered Catherine.
Meanwhile, depending on your choices in the stages, you may encounter completely new stages as well.
Catherine: Full Body releases in Japan on February 14, 2019 for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The game releases in the West in 2019.