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Submitted by Arsenic13 439d ago | review

Review: Corpse Party Book of Shadows | Rely on Horror

Rely on Horror: Team GrisGris, now known as Grindhouse, stole my heart away with its release of Corpse Party: Blood Covered for the PSP. Not knowing what to expect from such a cute looking anime styled horror game, I pessimistically approached it. What soon followed was a realization that I was playing one of the most disturbing horror titles that I have ever witnessed. Combining excellent sound, writing, use of imagination, and drama, Corpse Party blew me away with its attack on my senses. Now, its sequel, Corpse Party: Book of Shadows has been localized for English speaking countries, a year after its release in Japan. Having finished the original PSP release just a few months ago, I was ready to continue my tour of Heavenly Host Elementary School. (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PS Vita, PSP) 7.5/10

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