Today the good folks at the YouTube channel Archipel released a mini-documentary on Atlus’ popular character designer and Artwork Team leader Shigenori Soejima. The video focuses mostly on the upcoming Catherine: Full Body, but it also delves deeper into Soejima-sensei’s inspiration and work. Interestingly, we learn about the genesis of Catherine, and how the initial idea did
As promised a few days ago, Atlus released a brand new trailer of Catherine’s remake Catherine: Full Body. The trailer shows both gameplay and cutscenes, giving another look at the new content that will be included in the game, which of course means that we see a lot more of the new heroine Rin. Incidentally, the wording
Today Sega and Atlus reached out with a press release announcing the games that they will showcase at E3 2018 next week in Los Angeles. First of all, The Creative Assembly will showcase Total War: Three Kingdoms (which just received a new in-engine cinematic trailer today) with a series of gameplay presentations that will happen
Following the reveal of Catherine: Full Body by Atlus’ new team Studio Zero, the Atlus USA reached out with a press release announcing that the game is coming west. More precisely, we’ll get it both in North America and Europe. The announcement mentions that release date and pricing will be announced at a later date, and
Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico, Persona 5 Character Designer Shigenori Soejime, who is also the brilliant mind behind the designs of Catherine, drew the three heroines of the upcoming Catherine: Full Body live for the audience. We get to see Catherine, Katherine, and the brand new heroine Rin drawn from the first lines to basic coloring.
Today, during a livestream on Nico Nico, Atlus and Studio Zero introduced the first trailer for the upcoming Catherine: Full Body. The trailer showcases mostly art and cutscenes, but it also shows a glimpse of puzzle-platforming gameplay. It also reveals a Winter 2018 release window. Catherine: Full Body is a remaster/remake (hard to exactly identify it since
Yesterday, Atlus announced Catherine: Full Body, a remake/remaster of the 2011 classic Catherine for PS3 and Xbox 360, with a large amount of new content added. Today the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu had a spread dedicated to the game, showing off the first screenshots and artwork, and providing the first information. The biggest addition to the original
Today Atlus announced Catherine: Full Body for PS4 and PS Vita. While the first info is officially coming tomorrow with the new issue of Weekly Famitsu, as usual, the magazine has been leaked. Thanks to Japanese blogger Ryokutya2089, who usually manages to grab a copy early, we learn a few more interesting details about the game.
Atlus opened today a teaser website for a new title named Catherine: Full Body. Apparently, this is a remaster/remake for PS4 and PS Vita of the original Catherine for PS3 and Xbox 360, but details are scarce. The most relevant officially-announced data is the fact that it will be for Sony’s home and portable consoles. The