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Submitted by wildcardcorsair 731d ago | review

8bitfix Review - Corpse Party: Book of Shadows

"Fate is amazingly fickle. Imagine being tossed into a living nightmare, watching your closest friends die, while you survive and live on. You cannot speak of your horrors to others, because they have no memory of what happened. Friends you loved dearly are not only dead, but the very memory of their existence has been utterly removed from the world. Corpse Party: Book of Shadows is a sequel to the original Corpse Party, yet it explores alternate timelines and events set prior to the original game. This time around, who will be spared the wrath of Heavenly Host Elementary School?" - Emily "Darkcamllama" Hatcher (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PS Vita, PSP) 8.0/10

rrquinta  +   731d ago
This game seems to be getting pretty consistent reviews. I never played the first one, though.
TheLiztress  +   731d ago
Playing this one makes me want to get the first one. Just so I can have more understanding of what's going on.

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