Catherine: Full Body Adds Haruka Tomatsu To Ideal Voice DLC Set

Atlus has introduced Haruka Tomatsu, the seventh voice actress to join the Ideal Voice DLC Set for Catherine: Full Body.

Haruka Tomatsu will be joining other voice actresses such as the original Catherine voice actress Miyuki Sawashiro, Ami Koshimizu, Mamkio NotoAoi Yuuki, Yui Horie, and Kana Asumi. The Ideal Voice DLC Set will feature eleven different voice actresses to voice Catherine in the game.

Catherine: Full Body is set to launch in Japan on February 14, 2019 for the PlayStation 4 and Vita. Atlus has yet to announce a release date and platforms for the West.

Catherine: Full Body Reveals Kana Asumi For Ideal Voice DLC Set

Atlus has introduced the sixth voice actress, Kana Asumi, in the Ideal Voice DLC Set for the Catherine: Full Body.

Kana Asumi will be joining other voice actresses such as original voice actress Miyuki Sawashiro, Ami Koshimizu, Mamkio NotoAoi Yuuki, and Yui Horie to voice Catherine in the Ideal Voice DLC Set. So far, Atlus has revealed six out of eleven voice actresses.

Catherine: Full Body will be launching on February 14, 2019 in Japan for the PlayStation 4 and Vita. No announcement for a release date for the West.

Catherine: Full Body Ideal Voice DLC Set Reveals 5th Voice Actress Yui Horie

Atlus has revealed the fifth voice actress in the Ideal Voice DLC Set for the Catherine: Full Body.

Voice actress Yui Hori will be joining other voice actresses to voice Catherine such as the original voice actress Miyuki Sawashiro, Ami Koshimizu, Mamkio Noto, and Aoi Yuuki.

The Ideal Voice DLC set will include 11 different voices from 11 popular voice actresses that will allow players to change Catherine’s voice to their liking.

Catherine: Full Body is scheduled to release in Japan on February 14, 2019 to the PlayStation 4 and Vita. Atlus has yet to announce a release date for the West.

PlayStation Plus Free Games Line-Up For October 2018

PlayStation reveals October’s line-up of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers.

October 2018 line-up:

  • Master Reboot –  PS3
  • The Bridge –  PS3, Cross Buy with PS4 and PS Vita
  • Rocketbirds 2: Evolution – PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4
  • 2064 Read Only Memories – PS Vita, Cross Buy with PS4

Here They Lie (PSVR) is still free for PlayStation Plus subscribers up to October 2, and Knowledge is Power (PlayLink) through November 6.

Addtionally, PlayStation Plus Blueshift Pack is free for PlayStation Plus subscribers. For fans of H1Z1, this pack includes the Blue AR-15 schematic, Pro Gamer Hoodie, and Marine Blue Offroader, perfect for new players and pros in H1Z1.

PlayStation Vita Will Cease Production in Japan in 2019

Sony Interactive Entertainment announced the PlayStation Vita will be ceasing production in Japan in 2019 and there are no plans at the moment for a new handheld to succeed the PlayStation Vita.

SIE senior vice president Oda Hiroyuki revealed the news to Famitsu.

Currently, we do not have any plans regarding a new handheld device. In Japan, we will manufacture PlayStation Vita until 2019. From there, shipping will end.

PlayStation Vita was released in December 2011. Although it was sold well in Japan, it struggled in North America and Europe.

Via Gematsu

Catherine: Full Body Gets New Trailers and Limited Edition

Studio Zero held a very long live stream, revealing new trailers, collector’s edition, downloadable contents, and a collaboration with Persona 5 for Catherine: Full Body.

Studio Zero have announced the Catherine: Full Body Dynamite Full Body Box for Japan. Priced at 13,980 JPY (approx. US$124.76), the Limited Edition will include:

  • Copy of the game (PlayStation 4 or Vita)
  • Limited Edition box, illustrated by Shigenori Soejima
  • 4-disc soundtrack set
    • Catherine Original Soundtrack
    • Catherine Classic Arrange Soundtrack
    • Catherine: Full Body Original Soundtrack
    • Voice Actor Round Table and Audio Commentary
  • 44-page Catherine: Full Body artbook
  • Nero Glasses mask with 2 DLC codes
    • Nero Glasses
    • 10 Voice Types

Cathering Dynamite Full Body Box

Nero Glasses DLC is an in-game accessory with the function that allow Vincent to look at characters in sexy lingerie.

The second announced DLC allows players to switch voices for Catherine (original voice actress: Miyuki Sawashiro) with 10 different voice types. So far, Studio Zero revealed two voice types, “maternal” and “yandere”. (Check below to check out the trailers for “maternal” and “yandere” voice types.)

Lastly, Studio Zero announced a collaboration with Persona 5. First-print copies will come with a code which will let players to play as Joker in Babel and Coliseum modes. The other Phantom Thieves will be making commenting on your game play as Joker. This DLC will be sold separately at a later date.

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Catherine: Full Body will be launching on the PlayStation 4 and Vita in Japan on Valentine’s Day (February 14, 2019). The game was announced for the North America and Europe, however no release date or platforms were revealed.

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15-Second TV Spot

“Original” type voiced by actress Miyuki Sawashiro

“Maternal” type voiced by actress Ami Koshimizu

“Yandere” type voiced by actress Mamiko Noto

Catherine: Full Body Gets February 14 Release Date For Japan

Catherine: Full Body is launching for the PlayStation 4 and Vita in Japan on February 14, 2019, Famitsu revealed.

Famitsu will feature an interview with the developers and additional information for Catherine: Full Body in an 8-page spread in the September 27th issue.

A special TGS live broadcast for Catherine: Full Body is scheduled on September 15th at 7pm JST. Atlus will be showing new trailer, gameplay, and information for the Limited Edition in the live broadcast.

Atlus has announced Catherine: Full Body is launching in the Americas and Europe in 2019.

Preview screenshots from Famitsu:

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Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight & Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Bundle Teaser Video

Atlus has released a short teaser video for Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight, showing more English gameplay from both titles.

Both games are jam-packed with a total of 25 songs each, a combination of fan-favorite original tracks from Persona 3 and Persona 5 and all-new remixes. Our latest trailer features remixes of some of the most popular songs from their respective games, Want To Be Close (ATOLS Remix) and Last Surprise (Jazztronik Remix).

Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight and Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight will launch in North America and Europe for PlayStation 4 and Vita. The Vita version will however only be available to purchase digitally.

Gamescom 2018: 9-Minute Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight Gameplay

Check out new gameplay footage from Persona 5: Dancing in Startlight. The game, along side Persona 3: Dancing in Moonlight, is already released in Japan on the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita, and is releasing in North America and Europe on December 4.

Ren Amamiya “Wake Up, Get Up, Get Out There” – 00:00
Ann Takamaki “Rivers in the Desert” – 03:24
Ryuji Sakamoto “Blooming Villain” – 06:19