Atlus has released a second gameplay video of the Babel challenge stage called "Menhir" of the action puzzle game Catherine: Full Body, using the playable character Joker from Persona 5.
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A similar video with the first stage of the Babel challenge mode was released in December 2018 to promote Joker paid downloadable content in the PS4 and PS Vita versions of Catherine: Full Body.
This second video presents the second stage of Babel, called "Menhir". This is to promote the next version of the game for Nintendo Switch, however the gameplay footage is from the PS4 version.
Il “Persona 5 Joker Character and Commentary Set” is a paid DLC available on PS4 and PS Vita, while in the Nintendo Switch version, it will be included in the game for free.
The DLC features Joker as a playable character in the competitive 1v1 “Colosseum” mode, as well as the “Babel” mode, along with special commentary from the Phantom Thieves.
What is Catherine: Full Body
The series born only with the name of "Catherine" was originally released in 2011 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, then arrived on PC via Steam on January 10, 2019 in its basic version without the new features added in the Full Body edition.
This improved edition (the Full Body) was, until now, a PlayStation 4 exclusive, and just in this version, we have reviewed the game. With one of the last Nintendo Direct Mini released was instead announced the porting of Catherine Full Body on Nintendo Switch, arriving on 7 July 2020.
In the game you will take on the role of Vincent, a man torn between the love for his girlfriend and the spicy temptations that first accompany him and then torment him, even and above all in his sleep, putting him in the midst of different puzzles with his same life.
Catherine Full Body expands the story of the original Catherine adding a new character, Rin, a girl with no memory. Together with the new girl, new animated scenes, films are introduced and the whole sound and graphic sector is reviewed.
Compared to the original chapter the present puzzles go from around 250 to more than 500In addition, a new game mode “Arrange Mode” is added.
If, on the other hand, you only want to enjoy the history, Atlus meets you through the “Safety Mode” allowing you to activate “Auto Play” at any time during a puzzle.
Catherine is available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC via Steam. Instead Catherine Full Body is already available on PlayStation 4 and will arrive on Nintendo Switch on 7 July 2020.