Atlus confirmed via a teaser website that Catherine is definitely happening, with a remaster/remake for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita under the name Catherine: Full Body. Trust us, it's very hard to explain, but our review does a pretty decent job.
This was all revealed in the Japanese magazine Weekly Famitsu (via Persona Central), including details on the new features that will be in Catherine: Full Body. Not much else is now known about the title, but that will soon change as Famitsu will feature the game as a cover story on December 21 and Atlus will hold a livestream with more details on December 22. Fingers crossed there'll be a Western release on the cards soon. The developers will share more details in this livestream including the new content that is planned for it.
Catherine: Full Bodywill again star Vincent, who's caught in the middle of several very different women named Catherine.
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First released in 2011, Catherine stars Vincent, an earnest yet spineless 32-year-old software designer who is tempted away from his uptight girlfriend Katherine by the free-spirited Catherine. She'll add another wrench into the story, which adds new cutscenes and even a handful of new endings. With the original game surprisingly gaining a competitive scene, this remake will include online multiplayer battles. On the bright side, Atlus has promised to release more information on December 22 at 7:30 PM (GMT+9) or 10:30 AM (GMT+1).
Catherine: Full Body has only been announced for Japan so far, so there 's the chance that the game will also hit other platforms in the West.