Author: Luke Gould
ATLUS’s puzzle platformer, Catherine has arrived on PC. Meanwhile, Sega has hinted at more ATLUS titles coming to PC.
After recent rumors, 2011’s Catherine has arrived on PC. The PC version boasts 4k resolutions, unlocked framerate and includes the Japanese voice-overs which were not available in the original western version.
Vincent’s heart is torn between two women. On one side sits Katherine, the girl who intends to wed Vincent someday. On the other, Catherine, who appeared out of nowhere. Both of them pull at his heart and soul… The story can take many paths, and the outcome of this romantic horror tale can go to unimaginable places.
In PC Gamer’s review of the game, they also spoke to Sega about their recent streak of console games being ported to PC.
We wanted to give the PC audience the opportunity to experience Catherine for the first time as it was originally released, and Catherine Classic is the perfect way to accomplish that goal. We hope to have more exciting news to share from SEGA / ATLUS in regards to publishing on PC in the future.
So the big question, could we see Persona on PC? Persona 4(k) Golden on Steam would be lovely. Either way, Catherine’s on PC and it’s pretty damn cheap at $20 (Or £14.99 for us Brits.) As someone who recently fell completely in love with the Persona franchise, I’m debating getting it since it was developed by many members of the same team. That or you could wait for the upcoming Full Body remaster which still doesn’t have a western date but is supposed to be coming here sometime this year.