Atlus' romantic horror puzzle game Catherine gets an ESRB rating for PC

Following in the footsteps of Bayonetta, Vanquish and Yakuza, it seems Sega will be releasing its nightmarish platform puzzler, Catherine on PC. Twitter user RobotBrush spotted a sheep on the Bayonetta news page on Steam, a potential reference to the talking sheep in Catherine. Shortly afterwards, the ESRB rating was spotted.

Originally released on Xbox 360 and PS3 in 2011 to positive reviews, Catherine will apparently be getting a second lease on life in the form of a PC port for Steam. The game revolves around Vincent and his love affairs involving both Katherine and the titular Catherine. Upon meeting Catherine, Vincent starts having dreams wherein he meets other men who appear as personified talking sheep.

Sega has yet to make an official announcement but given that the company has been porting quite a few games to Steam, and the presence of an ESRB rating, it seems we can expect to see a release on Steam sometime this year.

Catherine will also be getting a remastered release, known as Catherine: Full Body, on the PS4 and PS Vita this year and it's currently unclear whether it's the original or the remastered version that will be coming to PC.

Source: Twitter, ESRB | Image credit: Wikia

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