Catherine Remastered for PS4 and Vita With A Brand-New "Catherine"

Catherine Remastered for PS4 and Vita With A Brand-New "Catherine"

Atlus' odd Catherine gets a remaster for this generation.

Atlus surprised folks with the announcement of Catherine: Full Body, a re-release of the original PlayStation 3 title for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. The original Catherine followed the story of Vincent, a thirtysomething man who cheats on his fiance Katherine with a woman named Katherine. These actions cause Vincent to suffer through twisted nightmares, which play out in the form of odd puzzle action stages.

A shot with the new "Catherine".

Catherine: Full Body offers a third "Catherine" named Rin, voiced by Aya Hirano. According to Weekly Famitsu (translated via Gematsu), Rin is a gentle character whose presence will introduce new branches into Vincent's relationships with Catherine and Katherine. Overall, new episodes, new cutscenes, new endings, and a few additional mechanics in the puzzle stages are being added to the game.

Catherine fans asked for a competitive mode for the game's puzzle stages, so Atlus is adding a new online battle mode. Catherine: Full Body will also be cross-save active on PlayStation 4 and Vita.

Atlus is collaborating with Studio Zero, the team behind Project Re: Fantasy, on Catherine: Full Body. Development is around half done, so the game doesn't have a firm release window or price.

Sometimes we include links to online retail stores. If you click on one and make a purchase we may receive a small commission. See our terms & conditions.

Mike Williams

Reviews Editor

M.H. Williams is new to the journalism game, but he's been a gamer since the NES first graced American shores. Third-person action-adventure games are his personal poison: Uncharted, Infamous, and Assassin's Creed just to name a few. If you see him around a convention, he's not hard to spot: Black guy, glasses, and a tie.

Read this next

Catherine: Full Body Review

The Persona team's puzzle-romance horror returns for a PlayStation 4 makeover.

Catherine: Full Body Heats Things Up in September

Prepare yourself for a blizzard of unseasonable warmth.

More News

The Witcher 3 Modders Manage to Hit 60 FPS on the Nintendo Switch

It'll just really heat your Switch up in the process.

Bungie Says Destiny 2's New Armor System Will Be Less Confusing, More Flexible After Future Updates

Bungie's revamped approach to armor customization is going to get a bit more flexible and easier to navigate.

Nintendo Switch's North American Sales Have Surpassed the Wii U's Global Lifetime Sales

The Switch has solidly outsold its console predecessor.

More on PlayStation Vita

Stardew Valley's Creator on Self-Publishing, the "Everything" Update, and His Future as a Solo Developer

Talking to Eric "ConcernedApe" Barone about the future of the popular farming sim.

Shovel Knight Developers Say King of Cards and Showdown Mark "The End"

After releasing these final two free updates, Yacht Club is moving on to new projects.

What's Your Favorite Fighting Game of All-Time?

COMMUNITY QUESTION | Let's celebrate Evo 2019 by talking about our favorite fighting games.

Stardew Valley Fish Guide

Fishing is one of the best ways to make money in Stardew Valley. Here’s all of the info you need to know.

Minecraft: Story Mode Episodes Re-Listed At $100 Apiece On Xbox Store To Deter New Purchases

A high price to pay to play Story Mode before it disappears.

The Best Resident Evil Games Ranked From Worst to Best

In this ranking of the best Resident Evil games, we decide which ones are Tyrant-grade and which ones are basic, brain-dead zombies.

More Puzzle Games

Manifold Garden Launches This Friday After Seven Years of Development

The mind-warping puzzler is finally finished.

Untitled Goose Game Developer: "I Could Never Have Seen These Last Few Weeks Coming"

House House's Nico Disseldorp talks about Untitled Goose Game's organic, unorthodox success (and the best goose memes) with Vox.