We are now in the third day of Sheep Week, Studio Zero has revealed with a trailer that Nana Mizuki is the final DLC voice for Catherine in Catherine: Full Body.
The trailer starts with the usual discussion on marriage, it feels a bit sad this is the last time we’re seeing this until the game releases. We then get to witness a scene where Catherine admits she knew from the start Vincent already has a girlfriend, and doesn’t mind if he keeps two-timing, as long as he shows she’s the one he likes the most. We then see another scene, where Catherine misunderstands Vincent worrying about Katherine’s possible pregnancy as him wanting to be pampered like a baby.
Nana Mizuki is one of the most popular voice actresses in Japan, and the most successful one when it comes to those with a singing career. A musical career that really got going in 2004, when she voiced Fate Testarossa in the Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha franchise and sung its opening themes. She’s by far one of the most talented and can do any kind of voice perfectly, from the more quiet and gentle girls like Colette in Tales of Symphonia to more expressive girls like Ann Takamaki in Persona 5. As for her role as Catherine, Studio Zero describes Nana Mizuki’s voice as “the nocturnal queen” type of voice.
Here’s the full list of the voice actresses for Catherine:
- Miyuki Sawashiro, Catherine’s original voice.
- Noto Mamiko (Fuuka in Persona 3), whose voice is available without buying the DLC.
- Ami Koshimizu (Yukiko in Persona 4), whose voice was revealed during the Tokyo Game Show 2018 live stream along with Noto Mamiko.
- Aoi Yuuki (Futaba in Persona 5)
- Yui Horie (Chie in Persona 4)
- Kana Asumi (Persona 3 female protagonist in its stage plays, Megumi Kayano in Persona -Trinity Soul-)
- Haruka Tomatsu (Haru in Persona 5)
- Megumi Toyoguchi (Yukari in Persona 3)
- Rie Kugimiya (Rise in Persona 4)
- Rina Satou (Makoto in Persona 5)
- Nana Mizuki (Ann in Persona 5)
You can watch the trailer with Ann as Catherine below.
Catherine: Full Body releases for PS4 and Vita on February 14th in Japan. The game has been announced for a 2019 release in the west, with no further information.