Catherine Classic for PC was hinted by SEGA by the weirdest way possible, and now after a few days, it has made it’s way to Steam, without any warning or official announcement, with a brand new trailer, screenshots, details and system requirements.
Catherine Classic for PC
Check out the release trailer for the game below, this one is currently in German but we’re sure, the international one is hitting youtube soon
From the official Steam description
Explore the pleasures and horrors of love as Vincent, a man with a hard choice to make: marry his long-time girlfriend Katherine or move on to the incredible blonde he just woke up next to — named Catherine! But beware! Make the wrong choice, and you could end up dead. Delving into themes of free will and the delicate nature of relationships and the choices we make, this action-adventure-puzzle game is an experience unlike anything else.
You can currently get the game on Steam, for £14.99/$19.99 and you can buy it right here.
The game has the following features on PC
- Japanese Voice-Over available for the first time in the West
- 4K resolutions
- Unlocked framerate
- Customizable keyboard and mouse controls
Catherine Classic for PC System Requirements
To run Catherin Classic, you’ll need the following specifications
- OS: Microsoft Windows 7 / 8 (8.1) / 10
- Processor: Intel Core i3 (2.9 GHz) or AMD equivalent
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: DxX10 compliant video card with 1 GB VRAM (Nvidia GeForce 8 Series or higher AMD RadeonHD 4870 or higher Intel HD 2000 or higher
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 20 GB available space
This is a pretty old game, and even with all the enhancements, you can run this well on a wide range of PCs.
SEGA has commented on the release saying, this is another game, they wanted to release on PC, and more games are on the way
“We hope to have more exciting news to share from Sega/Atlus in regards to publishing on PC in the future,” says Sega.
Could this mean we could see the Persona franchise on PC as well? Time will tell.
Are you getting Catherine for PC? Let us know in the comments below.