Catherine: Full Body Adds Three New Voice Options On Nintendo Switch

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ATLUS has revealed that Catherine: Full Body on Nintendo Switch will introduce three new voice options.

These additions reference the popular Persona series with the three voice actors that lend their talents to the action-adventure puzzler having also voiced characters from those games.

Name: Healing Flower
Voice Actor: Kana Hanazawa
Description: For those needing a pick-me-up. Her gentle, flowery voice will soothe you like nothing else can.
Persona Reference: JP VA of Marie in Persona 4 Golden

Name: Saucy Kouhai
Voice Actor: Ayana Taketatsu
Description: For those that like being messed with. You’re going to get teased, but you know you like it.
Persona Reference: JP VA of Labrys in Persona 4 Arena

Name: Intelligent Beauty
Voice Actor: Marina Inoue
Description: For those who appreciate intellect. She’s full of wit and will lure you in with her mysterious charm.
Persona Reference: JP VA of Female Protagonist in Persona 3 Portable

With a mature story about complex relationships and difficult choices, Catherine: Full Body centres upon the commitment-phobic Vincent.

Now at a crossroads at which he must take the next step in his long-term relationship or leaving it all behind, Vincent succumbs to the temptation of a new romance.

This results in him becoming trapped in a recurring nightmare where he must climb a crumbling tower of puzzle blocks to survive.

The choices that you make will determine your fate in multiple story branches to reach one of 13 available endings.

There are also Versus and Co-op modes, and the Nintendo Switch port comes with all existing add-on content. This includes the Catherine ‘Ideal Voice’ Set, Playable Character Set, Persona 5 Joker Character & Commentary Set, and Bonus Content: Horn-Rimmed Glasses.

Those that pre-order the Catherine: Full Body Launch Edition at retail will receive a Sheep Keychain, while supplies last.

Catherine: Full Body will release at retail and on the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo Switch worldwide on 7th July 2020.

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