Catherine – first screenshots released

The first screenshots of Atlus’ upcoming horror action adventure game Catheirne have been released to the non-Famitsu press today. In them, we see Vincent, a salaryman without ambition who starts having strange nightmares after meeting his dream girl Catherine.

In Vincent’s nightmares, he finds himself surrounded by lamps. In one screenshot, we see him with horns on his head and a voice telling him that the and his fellow lamb have all been selected. “You will all probably die soon,” the voice said.

The lambs tell Vincent that he has to climb the stairs that create his nightmare in order to survive.

Some of the screenshots also have a watermark in the upper left corner that reads ” Golden Yugi Gekijou,” or “Golden Game Theater” in English. Not sure what that means, but that’s something to ponder.

Not much else is known on Catherine. I’d take it the Tokyo Game Show would bring us more answers, but unfortunately, Atlus doesn’t attend the expo. We’ll probably get little-by-little leaks in Famitsu up until the game is released in Japan this winter. Catherine has still not yet been confirmed for a North American or European release.

Atlus have also launched an official Twitter page for the upcoming game, which can be accessed and followed here.

Check out today’s new screenshots at the gallery.

Thanks, Andriasang.

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