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Submitted by DeeZee 600d ago | review

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows Review | Geek Revolt

GR's DeShaun Zollicoffer

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows isn’t a full-blown sequel. It can best be described as a companion piece; it fills in some of the first game’s holes, and gives us a few “what if” scenarios. It also plays differently than its predecessor. It drops the sprites and goes with a visual novel-esque approach. That’s a major change, but the story and grizzly deaths are what made the original so entertaining, and Book of Shadows stays true to its roots. (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PS Vita, PSP) 7/10

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