Catherine: Full Body Game's Video Previews Voice Actress Haruka Tomatsu as Catherine

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PS4, PS Vita game game launches on February 14

Atlus began streaming a new video for its Catherine: Full Body game on Friday. The video previews Haruka Tomatsu as Catherine.

DLC offered with the game's limited edition will allow for players to choose between 11 different voice actresses for Catherine. Previously revealed voice actresses for Catherine include: Miyuki Sawashiro, Mamiko Noto, Ami Koshimizu, Aoi Yūki, Yui Horie, and Kana Asumi.

The limited edition will also include a soundtrack set, art book, and "Nero glasses" both as a physical item and DLC. The DLC Nero glasses will allow the player character Vincent to see female characters in sleepwear.

Those who purchase first printings of the game will also receive a Persona 5-themed bonus for DLC for Joker as a playable character and a "phantom thieves commentary set." Joker will be playable in the Babel and Colosseum modes, and the commentary set will have the other phantom thieves provide commentary while he is in play.

Atlus' Studio Zero division is developing the mature romantic action-adventure puzzle game. The game will have a "third Catherine" character named Rin, who a new love interest for Vincent with distinct storyline elements and additional puzzle content. The game will also have new storyline elements for Catherine and Katherine.

The PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita game will ship in Japan on February 14, 2019. The game will also get a release in the Americas and Europe in 2019.

Atlus released its mature action-adventure/puzzle game Catherine for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in 2011. Atlus USA released game in North America in 2011, and it also shipped in Europe and Australia in 2012. The game was a collaboration between Atlus and the Genius Party animators at Studio 4°C. The game shared notable staff with Atlus' Persona series, including director and producer Katsura Hashino, character designer Shigenori Soejima, and composer Shoji Meguro. Studio 4°C produced the animated sequences.

Sources: Atlus' YouTube channel

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