We'll take all of them
Atlus has released a rather large player survey that asks a whole load of questions about its games. From Persona and Catherine to Dragon's Crown and Odin Sphere, the survey queries fans on things like potential sequels, remakes, remasters, ports, and just about everything else that you can think of. Of course, surveys like...
Today sees the launch of Catherine: Full Body in Japan, but when is it coming out in the west? The release date for the souped up version of the fruity 2011 adventure has finally been announced: the game will arrive locally on 3rd September 2019. The date is shown at the end of this brand new trailer. Also shown off is the Heart's...
Catherine: Full Body will be a PlayStation 4 exclusive in the West, the game's official English site confirms. In Japan, the enhanced remaster is set to release on both PS4 and Vita next month, but that won't be the case elsewhere. Sorry, Vita fans. Full Body doesn't yet have a release date outside of Japan, but the English site says...
Kiss and tell
Catherine: Full Body Edition will undress on the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita in Japan early next year, but the Australian ratings board appears to have revealed a multiformat game from Atlus called
No "mysterious lights", at least
If you're big into risque video game content then you may not want to hear this, but Catherine: Full Body developer Atlus -- more specifically its own Studio Zero -- has seemingly shied away from giving a definitive answer on whether or not the upcoming title will be censored under Sony's new sexual content policy...
What are you staring at?
Atlus is really putting some extra effort into Catherine: Fully Body, isn't it? New to this enhanced remaster are what the game calls the "Nero Glasses". Main character Vincent can equip these glasses whenever he likes, and they allow him to see people in just their underwear. Want to see Catherine or Katherine in just their...
It’s the crossover event of the century – well, no, it’s not really, but it’s still pretty neat. Persona 5 protagonist Joker will be playable in remaster-cum-remake Catherine: Fully Body, assuming you pre-order and pick up a first-print copy in Japan. And while the character will only be accessible in the Babel and Colosseum modes,...
Sony seemingly not censoring this one
Catherine: Full Body is out on 14th February in Japan, and it’s no simple remaster. Adding an entirely new scenario and character to the campaign, this new trailer runs through all the additions you can expect from the PlayStation 4 and PS Vita re-release. Honestly, it’s an impressive offering – there are...
Safety for all
Much like Persona 5, Catherine: Full Body will feature a 'safety' difficulty setting, allowing those who just want to experience the story to play through the game without having to worry about failing gameplay sections. The official website reads: "Choose from four difficulty settings, including Safety, Easy, Normal, and Hard. In...
Persona 5 crossover DLC revealed
Catherine: Full Body is shaping up to be quite the surprise package – in more ways than one. The re-release always promised to expand on the original’s story, but we weren’t expecting quite as much content as is teased in this new Japanese trailer, which hints at a wealth of previously unseen scenes. In many...
Ogle some new screenshots
Vincent looks like he’s going to have his hands full in Catherine: Full Body – and potentially his mouth, too. With pre-orders going live for the expanded PlayStation 3 puzzler in Japan, creator Atlus has released the box art for the re-release, showing the protagonist surrounded by a trio of buxom babes. The game’s...
Racy puzzle game Catherine: Full Body is set to launch first in Japan, and it has a double date with the PS4 and PS Vita on 14th February 2019. The flirty and surreal puzzler is getting enhanced for its re-release, with new endings, scenes, and a brand new character. We don't know a whole lot more about the game yet, but a Western release...
Western release window announced
Catherine: Full Body will launch on PlayStation 4 in 2019 here in the West, Atlus has confirmed via a new E3 trailer. It perhaps once again raises a few more questions than it answers -- just who is this newly introduced Rin character, exactly? -- but it's cheeky in its obvious teasing. Are you looking forward to...
Announced in time for Xmas
A very quick pre-Christmas confirmation from the fine folks at Atlus: remaster Catherine: Full Body will release on Western shores. There’s no word on a date, price, or platforms – but it’s safe to assume at the very least that the PlayStation 4 version will launch in Europe and North America. The jury’s still out...
Catherine: Full Body is an enhanced and expanded remake of the strange PlayStation 3 puzzler, and it's coming to PlayStation 4 and PS Vita next year. It adds new endings, new scenes, new gameplay options, and, perhaps most importantly, a new character named Rin. Alongside Catherine and Katherine, Rin seems to be the third...
Love definitely isn't over
The rumours were right: Catherine remastered for PlayStation 4 is real -- except it's also heading to Vita. We didn't see that one coming. This doesn't appear to be a simple remaster, either -- this sounds more like an enhanced version of the PlayStation 3 cult hit in every sense of the word. First off, it's called...
For those of you that are planning on receiving (or indeed giving) a copy of Catherine to a loved one on Valentine's day, we've got news for you: Deep Silver has announced that all pre-orders of the game will come with an exclusive artbook and soundtrack CD, unavailable anywhere else
The additional goodies should be enough to earn you some extra brownie points from you're loved one. However, we've..
Quirky puzzle platformer, Catherine, will release in time for Valentine's Day in Europe, publisher Deep Silver has announced
The curiously romantic adventure will drop on store shelves on February 10th. A special edition version of the game will be made available, including a batch of additional goodies all packaged in a themed pizza box. (Really!) You can read more about that through here. If..
With Catherine due to release in Europe next year, publisher Deep Silver has announced the game's "Stray Sheep" special edition
The collector's pack, named after the Stray Sheep bar from the game itself, is set to cost £54.99 — just a tenner more than the standard game. The set, which comes packaged inside a pizza box, includes a replica t-shirt, two Stray Sheep themed drinks coasters, and a..
If you didn't cave in and import a North American copy of Catherine earlier in the year, then Deep Silver's got some hot news for you
The European publisher's revealed that the steamy puzzle platformer is set to launch in February overseas, with a reversible cover allowing you to switch between the game's two provocative female protagonists. If you're anything like miserable lead character Vincent,..
When Atlus said it had enjoyed its best launch ever with Catherine, we weren't expecting numbers anywhere near the 200,000 mark. But that's exactly what Catherine pulled off in its first week on sale, which is a resounding success for such an unusual title, and a big "oorah" for folks that are getting a bit bored of Shooty Shooty Shooty Game III releasing every other week. For..
Ever since the first images of Catherine leaked out of Japanese gaming bible Famitsu, there's been an intrigue surrounding the odd-ball puzzle title
It's strange to us that so many people latched onto the game while ignoring other intriguing Japanese titles such as Shadows Of The Damned, but the video game market continues to prove its unpredictability. Either way, you won't hear Atlus complaining,..
Just days after Atlus said it was looking for a distribution partner to release Catherine in Europe, Deep Silver has stepped forward
The game will be formally localised in French, Italian, Spanish and German. Catherine is something new, fresh and exciting; unlike anything else in the gaming world a unique mixture of genres. This agreement proves once again that games published under the Deep..
Promising looking puzzle-platformer-cross-dating-simulation, Catherine, does not yet have a European release date
That's because publisher Atlus has no plans for a European release — but it's not for the want of trying. According to the publisher, there are currently no plans because the publisher is in need of a distribution partner. Previous Atlus titles such as Persona 4 and 3D Dot Game Heroes..
It takes seven-minutes for the over-enthusiastic Atlus employee in this unboxing video to reveal everything that's included in Catherine's "Love Is Over" collector's edition
That's because there's a lot of stuff included. And while most of it might be junk, you've got to appreciate Atlus for releasing its game in a pizza box and including a pair of boxer shorts. No statues and DLC here.
Video games can be quite immature
Even when they come attached with mature age ratings, the content inside can often feel like the opposite. Enormous guns, vats of gore and over-sized breasts are not necessarily indicative of what it means to be mature, in fact they are the antithesis. Few games capture the essence of adulthood. For all its faults,...
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If you're still not entirely sure what Catherine is all about, everything will be revealed next week
Atlus has confirmed that the game will receive a PlayStation Network demo on July 12th, so you'll finally be able to make sense of all the platforming, dating and sheep-people drama. Perhaps. The demo will be exactly the same as the one on the...
Personally we'd rather be with a girl called Katherine
Nothing against the Catherines of the world, but there's something a bit more exotic about the way Katherine looks on paper, isn't there? It stands out on the page like a misspelled word. It just looks better. Plus you can call her "Kay". And "Kay" sounds better than "Cee" doesn't it? Oh yeah. Video games. Both..
Atlus has finalised plans to release Catherine on July 26th in North America
The publisher has also confirmed that there will be an English language demo on the PlayStation Store. There's still no hard details on a European release. Time to get your import on?
That's the question posed by the latest trailer of Catherine, which features the first ever footage of the puzzle-platformer in English
In truth, the trailer's a little bit goofy, with numerous "fans" discussing whether they want to get married. We quite like the guy that implies getting married would ruin his life. We also like the fat guy pretending he has a girlfriend. Was that a bit..
While we continue to be of the opinion that Catherine looks properly amazing, we're just not convinced screenshots do it the greatest of justice
Looking at two similarly awkward looking characters talking about marriage doesn't exactly instill us with enthusiasm. But hey, at least there's cigarettes and mustard in this screenshot.</em>
No one can accuse Atlus of misunderstanding the audience for its zany puzzle-platformer Catherine
The marketing team in North America has decided to go bonkers with Catherine's Deluxe Edition, eschewing traditional art-books and early-access DLC. Instead, Catherine's premium package ships in a "Stray Sheep" pizza box, the very same joint that in-game protagonist Vincent claims his greasy..
Atlus has released the first batch of Catherine screens boasting English sub-titles
The Japanese adventure-meets-puzzle-platformer title tackles a number of adult subjects, including infidelity and responsibility. The game also includes sheep. Lots of sheep.</em> There are more screens over on Joystiq.
It's been the "will they, won't they" story of the past few days, but Atlus has finally confirmed that Catherine will come Stateside this summer
The news comes via the game's official website, which can be found through here. There's no word of a European release, but with the PlayStation 3 region-free, importing the game won't be a big deal. It's the English sub-titles that are most important.
Despite the publisher denying that Catherine would be localised for a Western release, all signs appear to be pointing in the opposite direction
Aside from a number of sources tipping us to look out for "big Atlus related news tomorrow", a report on Beefjack claims US retailer Gamestop were listing the raunchy title for pre-order before subsequently pulling it. The page, which can still..
Looks like all the intrigue surrounding Atlus' puzzle-platformer, Catherine, has really paid off -- the game debuted on top of the Media Create Japanese software sales charts this week, shifting a whopping 141,816 units on PlayStation 3
Despite hardware sales being slightly down, a 25k showing for the PS3 helped Sony secure another one-two, with PSP sales still strong after the release of Monster..
The saga of Atlus' Catherine demo is almost as bemusing as the game itself
After being pulled from the Japanese PlayStation Store due to "limited quantities" a few weeks back, Atlus has decided to restore the taster. Presumably they've stocked up on binary and have got plenty to go around this time. Until Midnight, February 20th anyway...
Atlus has removed the PlayStation 3's Japanese demo of Catherine, stating the teaser was oddly in "limited quantities"
We're assuming this has more to do with the level of international interest more than anything else. With the PlayStation 3 making it so easy to create regional accounts, we're assuming the Catherine demo got slaughtered with...
Atlus has finally revealed the anticipated date for the oft-teased Catherine demo
January 27th will mark the fateful day we all actually get to load up the bizarre looking title and get a glimpse of what it's all about. According to Siliconera, "players will be able to sample a section of the game's opening featuring event movies, anime movies...
We've given up trying to understand Atlus' intriguing cult title Catherine
The latest trailer focuses more on the game's cut-scenes, but also includes a splash more gameplay. The video showcases more puzzle platforming, but this time the protagonist is chased by a giant baby. Check out the footage after the jump.
What's Catherine? Looks like Atlus has finally given us our first taste
This debut gameplay trailer (the game's out next month in Japan) reveals what appears to be a puzzle platformer. Not exactly what we expected. As the protagonist tries to navigate the hazardous isometric corridors in his boxer shorts, a murderous figure appears to attack him with an enormous fork. We're still completely..
We know it's got sheep people, bimbos and dead bodies, but to be honest we don't know much else about Catherine, the upcoming PlayStation 3 title from Atlus
With the game roughly a month away from its Japanese launch, perhaps it's time we learned a thing or two about the NSFW title. Good news. The game's director, Katsura Hashino, has confirmed that...
To be honest, we haven't got a clue what's going on in this latest Catherine trailer
Once again there are sheep people, toilets and giant contraptions. It's sounds like Catherine's going to be a bit psychological. From what we can understand about the game, the story revolves around the protagonist's involvement with two characters — Catherine and Katherine. The latter is his real-life..
Catherine was set to hit Japan before Christmas, but Atlus has just announced that the bizarre title is set to be delayed until February 17th
It's hard to be too disappointed by this news (seeing as Catherine doesn't even have a Western release), but we assume some folks in Japan are crying over the lack of sheep-people this Winter. Still, at least the delay came with a new, hard date, eh? We're..
We've reported on it quite a few times over the past couple of months. We still don't know quite what to make of it, but we're desperately clinging onto hope that it will get localised in some way (sub-titles are all that's needed) so we can figure out what the sheep-people are all about. The game's intro is embedded after the jump. It features rap, pizza and... Yup, sheep.
Atlus' upcoming PlayStation 3 title, Catherine, is so weird
This trailer from TGS is just as bizarre as the last one. Once again it's littered with sexual references, dead bodies and sheep-people. What else do you want us to say? We'd love to imagine the Japanese text provides logical exposition to all the bizarre footage, but we're not sure it does. How can you explain the sheep-people?
We thought the concept art that dropped out of this week's Famitsu for Atlus' new PS3 project, Catherine, looked a bit strange
But nothing prepared us for the game's debut trailer. In it, protagonist Vincent wanders through a darkened room surrounded by sheep. Then has sex. Then sees dead bodies. Then has more sex... It's also not safe for work. You've been warned.
We've no idea who Catherine is, but we're assuming she's a character from Atlus' new game, erm, Catherine
The game's been revealed in this weeks Famitsu and is the first HD project from the Persona team. Apparently the game follows Vincent, an insomniac plagued by nightmares of never-ending staircases (stay with us). Siliconera reports that the game is an action/adventure horror title intended for..
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