One of the most unique puzzle games in recent memory, Catherine took gamers by surprise when it was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2011. With the updated Catherine Full Body, there’s been some changes, including an expanded online versus mode. But how does this version compare to the original, and is it worth your time? Read on and we’ll solve that puzzle for you!
Catherine: Full Body takes the core of Atlus' puzzler and throws in new story paths, stages, gameplay modes, endings, and more, and you can prepare yourself for another intimidating climb in the launch trailer after the jump.
If you were excited about playing as Persona 5's Joker in Catherine: Full Body, the western release has you covered. Atlus announced plans for the Persona 5 Character Joker & Phantom Thieves Commentary Set DLC, which will be available along with the digital deluxe edition and as a post-launch purchase. Hit the jump for more.
Catherine: Full Body is bringing its enhanced puzzle-romance action to PS4 in the Americas and Europe on September 3, so we have plenty of time for more previews before launch. Check out some new English footage after the jump.
Atlus updated the official Catherine: Full Body site to go along with the game's pre-order availability, though, so we have another preview in the form of the new Death by Nightmare trailer after the jump.
Atlus finally has western release dates for Catherine: Full Body, which takes the original puzzler and pumps it up with enhancements. It all comes climbing its way to PS4 in the Americas and Europe on September 3. Read on for more.
All of Sega's teases have paid off in the way we imagined, and Catherine Classic has been revealed for PC. This enhanced port of the original Atlus puzzler is available now on Steam for $19.99, so read on to see what makes this version unique.
We're currently waiting to see what kind of special announcement Atlus has in store for Catherine: Full Body this Friday, but for now there's some new info out of this week's issue of Famitsu magazine. Read on for more.
Atlus has something special in store for Catherine: Full Body, which is coming to PS4 and PS Vita in Japan on February 14. Read on for details about the upcoming announcement!
Sega has been teasing something on Steam in recent days, and all signs point to a PC release of Atlus puzzler Catherine. It started with an update to the Bayonetta Steam page that included a picture of a sheep and a simple message: "Baa." Now there's even more evidence. Read on for more.
Japan is getting a limited edition Dynamite Full Body Box version of Catherine: Full Body when the remastered puzzler launches over there on February 14, 2019. One of the bonuses is a four-disc soundtrack set, and you can check out a sample after the jump.
Between Catherine: Full Body and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Persona 5's Joker is really makin' the rounds lately. For those wondering how he looks in the former, check out some gameplay footage after the jump.