Catherine: Full Body Will Offer A “Safety Mode” For Those That Hate Puzzles
It appears that Atlus really wants you to play through and enjoy the story in the upcoming Catherine: Full Body remake, enough so that the game developer is implementing a special “Safety Mode” that lets players skip over gameplay. Discovered by the folks over at Gematsu, this option is being put into place in order to “enable everyone to experience the full story.”
There will reportedly be four difficulties that players can choose from when starting a new game: Easy, Normal, Hard, and Safety. Choosing the latter option effectively means that getting a “Game Over” is impossible. Additionally, in Safety mode players can use the “Skip Feature” to skip past stages they haven’t cleared with the press of a button, in order to focus on the story. Alternatively, for players that want to see what the puzzles have to offer but not have to play through them, both Easy and Safety modes have an “Auto-Play” feature that lets Vincent navigate the puzzles on his own without assistance from the player.
Interested in what Catherine: Full Body has to offer? Here’s the breakdown from Atlus:
Is it a nightmare or a dream come true? A new test of Vincent Brooks’ morality is about to take the stage in Catherine: Full Body! This new twist on the original Catherine, a mature romantic action-adventure puzzle game from the makers of the Persona series, will include a new love interest, “Rin,” with distinct storyline elements for the character, and additional puzzle content. Vincent’s love life has never been so complicated and dramatic!”
Catherine: Full Body releases for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita on February 14 in Japan, and a month later for PlayStation 4 in 2019 for NA and Europe.
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