Catherine reveals more in new scans [Update]

You got your first glimpse of Atlus’ upcoming high-definition game, Catherine, when its announcement was leaked in Famitsu last night. Now, you’ll get a better look. Three new scans from that same reveal have made their way online.

Catherine is a horror action adventure game with an adult theme in development at Team Persona. The game puts players in the role of a character named Vincent, a man with no ambitions in his life. He lives a casual day, but at night, he is stalked in his nightmares by a nympho named Catherine – where he cannot escape. The game’s action sequences will primarily take place in Vincent’s nightmare world.

Game director Katsura Hashino told Famitsu that they wanted to create an adult game for a change and that before they created a role-playing game for high-definition platforms, they wanted a crack at this first.

The team also tells the magazine that a story of such fear involving love has not been done before and that they feel this is their most interesting project yet.

Thanks, FF-XII.net.

Update: Added new information and fourth scan.

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