Catherine: Full Body highlights difficulty settings, support features, and puzzle modes

A look at the game's support features in action.

Atlus has updated the official Japanese website for Catherine: Full Body with a “System: Ending Guaranteed” page highlighting the game’s difficulty settings, support features, and puzzle modes.

While most of this information has been previously detailed, the page includes a few new screenshots and video clips.

Get the details below.

Difficulty Settings: Action Puzzles Playable by Anyone

Catherine: Full Body

Choose from four difficulty settings, including Safety, Easy, Normal, and Hard.

In Safety, traps do not activate, there is no time limit, game overs do not exist, and you can even skip the action puzzle entirely.

Guarantee you will reach the ending by choosing Saftey!

Support Features: Climb According to Your Level

—Auto Play

Automatically climbs the shortest route (limited to Safety and Easy difficulties).

—Automatic Undo

Instantly go back one action, even if you die.

—Retry Assist

Automatically returns you to the place you died.

—Line Display

Displays the routes you can take when hanging.

Standard and Arrange: Choose from Two Action Puzzle Modes

With two ways to play via Standard Mode and Arrange Mode, the total number of stages is a staggering 500-plus.

Catherine: Full Body

In Arrange Mode, blocks with different forms appear. Even users who played the original Catherine will be able to enjoy completely new stages.

Catherine: Full Body

Depending on your choices during the story, you may even get to play new stages that did not appear in the original game.

Catherine: Full Body

Catherine: Full Body

Catherine: Full Body

Catherine: Full Body is due out for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on February 14, 2019 in Japan. A western release is also planned, but has yet to be dated.

View the screenshots at the gallery.

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