Catherine: Full Body Newest Trailer Features Sekai no Owari; Demo Out Now in Japan

Catherine: Full Body Newest Trailer Features Sekai no Owari; Demo Out Now in Japan

Here's the fourth trailer for Catherine: Full Body, featuring rock band Sekai no Owari, and how to grab the Japanese PlayStation store demo.

Along with dropping Catherine Classic on Steam, an improved version of the original game, Sega released a demo for Catherine: Full Body, the remake with new characters, story and gameplay elements.

Catherine: Full Body’s demo lets players enjoy the beginning of the game, for around one hour of gameplay. The demo covers the first day in the series of events which will forever change protagonist Vincent’s life, introducing his friends, his girlfriend Katherine, the girl he ends up cheating with Catherine, and new character Rin. The demo is mostly made of tutorials, teaching you how to play the puzzle parts, and showing how your actions affect the story, like the different answers you can pick when replying to phone messages.

While it is quite short, the demo already features many new story scenes, some of which were already previewed. Along with the puzzle parts included and their new mechanics,  it shows anyone who played the original that Catherine: Full Body deserves to be called a remake.

Here’s the link to the Japanese PlayStation Store for the PlayStation 4 version, and here’s the PlayStation Vita version. You’ll need a Japanese PlayStation account to download the demo. They’re not too hard to make and we also have a guide for it.

Along with the demo, Sega and Studio Zero also published the fourth trailer for Catherine: Full Body, featuring the song “Re:set” by Sekai no Owari. Founded up in 2007, the rock band is made of four members: Shinichi Nakajima, Satoshi Fukase, Saori Fujisaki and DJ Love. Sekai no Owari is pretty popular both in and outside Japan, having handled multiple anime songs like Mary and The Witch’s Flower‘s ending theme, or the songs in the live-action Attack on Titan films. The rock band is easily recognizable thanks to DJ Love, who always sports a clown mask.

If you haven’t seen them, here’s the third trailer, narrated by the legendary Norio Wakamoto, along with an explanation of the game’s DLCs. And here’s the second trailer.

Catherine: Full Body launches on PlayStation 4 and Vita in Japan on February 14, and on PS4 exclusively in the west at an undisclosed date. It was recently revealed that the Vita version won’t be making it. More Sega and Atlus games like Catherine Classic might be coming to Steam soon.