Everything you need to know about Atlus’ Catherine: Full Body demo, and the game’s voice actors and differences.

While Persona 5 Royal has been making the headlines recently with its fantastic character introduction trailers and unique additions, Catherine: Full Body has been primed to release in the UK and US ever since February. And, with its release date fast approaching, Atlus has decided to release a free-to-play demo. Below you’ll find out everything you need to know about the demo and the game’s voice actors and differences.

Catherine: Full Body has been my most anticipated game of the year thanks to its style and flair, along with its whacky storyline and usage of Persona 5‘s Joker.

It’s a game I’d definitely recommend to just about anyone, but if you’re sceptical then you should – at the very least – taste a sample from its demo.

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Catherine: Full Body demo on the PSN Store

Atlus released a Catherine: Full Body demo for Japan in January before its Valentine’s Day release date, and now the Japanese publisher has released the same trial in the UK and US.

You can download the demo by clicking here.

Creating a Japanese PSN account would have allowed you to experience the demo back in January, but you can now enjoy it with voice actors speaking your native language.

The demo allows gamers to play through the first two days of the story which is more than enough for fans and complete strangers to become hooked to Altus’ intertwined narrative of romance and horror.

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Catherine: Full Body differences

Catherine: Full Body is a “Full-Bodied” remaster of the 2011 original that was released on Steam earlier this year.

It boasts improved visuals, brand-new music, enhanced multiplayer options, and a dozen new additions.

There’s a unique Safety Mode that will essentially allow players who just want to enjoy the narrative and choices to skip the puzzles, and gamers will be able to play as Katherine, Catherine, Rin, Boss, and even Persona 5’s Joker in the Babel and Colosseum.

Vincent’s new love interest, Rin, is the most notable difference at a superficial glance as she turns the love triangle into a love square.

There’s been a lot of mystery surrounding Rin and her true identity, and – if you can’t wait until September 3 – you can spoil her true self by clicking here.

In addition to all of the above, there are also new cut-scenes, dialogue exchanges, and risqué photos; some of which are in the demo along with the sexy new intro that is sure to excite every assman.

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Catherine: Full Body voice actors

Catherine: Full Body boasts an assortment of new cutscenes, animated cinematics, and fresh branching story paths, but will the game’s roster still have the same voices?

Fortunately, the answer is an emphatic yes!

The hopelessly tormented Vincent is still voiced by Troy Baker, meanwhile the flirtatious and hypnotising Catherine is reprised by Laura Bailey.

Everyone’s least favourite party-pooper and metaphor for becoming old, Katherine, is once again voiced by Michelle Ruff.

As for the newest member to the orgy, the Belle Delphine look-a-like Rin is brought to life by Brianna Knickerbocker.

Catherine: Full Body launches on PlayStation 4 only on September 3. You can pre-order it in the UK by clicking here.

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