Full Body Review –

Vincent and his sordid love life is now available on Nintendo Switch with Catherine: Full Body, a revised and improved port of the original game released in 2009. Updated graphics, new intrigue and finesse, and even more levels to beat are the best way to experience the thrilling wonder of Katherine.

I’ve played many roles in video games, from plumber to space pirate, but Vincent is unique. After a five-year relationship with his girlfriend Katherine, Vincent wakes up after a night of drinking with a mysterious woman whose name includes Katherine. To complicate matters, an innocent Rin is thrown into Vincent’s life.

Unfortunately for Vincent, the problems don’t end there. Every night he has recurring nightmares in which he has to climb towers of building blocks, and if he slips, he may find himself in the real world.

Throughout the day, the game unfolds as an encounter simulator, with all of your actions, character choice dialogue and interactions determining which of the 13 available endings you get. Vincent often goes to the Wandering Sheep bar where he meets other customers, plays a mini game that mirrors his nightmares, and uses his cell phone to text and call all the ladies in his life.

At night he has strange nightmares full of riddles in which he and the other lost sheep constantly have to climb towers of building blocks. Each unit has its own specific characteristics that increase the complexity of the puzzles. Combined with the punch of a clockwork mechanic, it forces the player to solve puzzles in a frantic race. Like Vincent’s love life in the real world, the mysteries were a perfect representation of the anxiety he felt because of his relationships.

On your way to the top, you’ll find lots of perks like gold and other valuable items to help you climb. Sometimes there are other sheep in your path trying to come up with you, and it’s up to you to go around them or push them away.

The game also has several difficulty levels that you can move from one level to another if you are looking for a more difficult task. You can also press a button to activate autoplay if you’re having trouble with the blocks or if you just want to enjoy the story without having to deal with the puzzles.

Catherine: Full Body features beautiful anime inspired visuals with rare production write-ups that really tie the story together. The game is also fully dubbed and it’s one of the first animated games I’ve played in a long time where the dialogue was excellent. Each character delivered their lines in a convincing and realistic way, which helped me integrate into the story and be really interested in what was happening.

Mostly I played the game on the dock, just because I was stuck in my house like everyone else. The game was great on my TV, and it was fun to play with the Switch Pro controller. My only criticism is about the camera angles when climbing puzzles, which can get a little boring when you’re trying to figure out how to get to the next boulder. It would be a welcome addition to have more freedom with the camera.

I played the game a bit on my mobile phone. I thought the Catherine still looks good, but there is a slight drop in image fidelity without being too serious. Additionally, there were no issues with syncing the images when playing on the dock or on the handheld.

In Wandering Sheep, the player can use the jukebox, which offers many music tracks, including original music and selected tracks from the Persona series. Most of the pieces are interpreted in a jazzy style that suits the atmosphere of the bar.

The story is full of twists and turns, and it kept me on the edge of my seat for the ten hours it took me to finish the main story. Since there are 13 endings here, there are tons of replays to keep players entertained up to three figures. There are also many multiplayer levels, Persona cross content and special points that maximize the underwear of all characters.

Catherine: Full Body is a great dark and romantic thriller that kept me in suspense throughout. I wanted to see how Vincent’s life would unfold. Somehow I took on his guilt and fear, which I rarely feel with video games. If you’re like me and missed the game when it came out, this is a great opportunity to get into Vincent’s crazy love quarter.

Catherine: Full body overview
  • Charts – 8/10
  • Sound – 8/10
  • Gameplay – 9/10
  • Last call – 9/10


Final thoughts : GRAND

Another amazing port of call is coming to Catherine: Full Body, a must for fans of dark and romantic thrillers. Don’t take relationship advice from Vincent, okay?

Tony has been playing since he could walk. Pokémon Blue Version helped him learn to read. His greatest achievement is not just playing the entire Kingdom Hearts series, but understanding it.


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