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Submitted by JordiLaForge 585d ago | review

Original-Gamer.com Review: Corpse Party: Book of Shadows

Original-Gamer.com: 2011 saw the release of Corpse Party, a PSP title that took everyone by surprise. It changed the way the average gamer saw visual novels, and brought the genre to the attention of mainstream media. It showed that a game with little gameplay and 16-bit visuals can tell a horrific tale of a haunted school and have the audio to back up those scares. The good people at XSEED decided that we weren’t scared enough and brought over Corpse Party: Book of Shadows from Japan. (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PSP) 8/10

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