Play With Catherine Early on July 12

Alongside a new trailer release today — watch it up top for a glimpse inside Vincent’s nightmarish mind — Atlus USA has announced plans to release an English language demo for its upcoming PS3 and Xbox 360 love-themed puzzle adventure, Catherine.

The full game launches in North America on July 26th, but if you just can’t wait to get Catherine in the sack and sample her goods before throwing down a pre-order for that sinfully delicious “Love Is Over” Deluxe Edition, check the PlayStation Store or Xbox Live Marketplace next week for a titillating demo teaser of what’s to come.

The July 12 demo will introduce players to the main characters, particularly Vincent and his growing sense of panic at repeatedly finding himself within terror-filled nightmares. Fans can enjoy the stunning anime from Studio 4°C, the beautifully rendered in-engine cutscenes, and get their first hands-on with Catherine’s core gameplay as they navigate Vincent through his nightmares. Even North American gamers who tried the Japanese demo will have reason to download, as it will offer them a chance to preview to the English voice track. Fans are encouraged to log onto their platform of choice download the Catherine demo early next week!

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