Catherine: Full Body Gets a New Trailer Revealing DLC Voice by Kana Asumi

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Today, Studio Zero revealed the next voice available for Catherine in the DLC of Catherine: Full Body. This time it’s veteran voice actress Kana Asumi.

While the Persona 3 Portable female protagonist is voiced by Marina Inoue, Asumi-san is the one who played the character during the Persona 3 stage plays. She also played the character Megumi Kayano in the 2008 anime Persona -Trinity Soul-. She is thus linked to Studio Zero’s works just like the previous voice actresses revealed so far.

This “ideal voice” DLC for the game couldn’t have a better name, as Kana Asumi is one of my favorites voice actresses, mostly because she voiced one of the heroines in Pretty Rhythm, my favorite anime of the decade. I’d honestly get the game for this sole reason if I wasn’t already planning to. In the first place, it’s a really rare occurrence so many popular voice actresses are gathered to voice the same character, letting you choose between them.

You can watch the new trailer showcasing Kana Asumi’s voice below. You can also check out the game’s opening animation, and the latest screenshots.

The previous DLC voices revealed include Aoi Yuki who voiced Futaba from Persona 5, Yui Horie who voiced Chie from Persona 4, and Ami Koshimizu who voiced Yukiko from Persona 4.

Catherine: Full Body releases in Japan for PS4 and PS Vita on February 14th. A western release is planned for 2019, with no precise date or platforms yet.



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