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In-depth Review: Corpse Party: Book of Shadows - Electronic Theatre

Available now for both PlayStation Portable (PSP) and PlayStation Vita, Corpse Party: Book of Shadows is an unusual proposition. The sequel to 2008’s Corpse Party (which in itself was a remake of a 1996 release) Corpse Party: Book of Shadows has less in common with a traditional videogame and more with a novel. This is an interactive story designed for fans of the parent franchise, but beyond that many may find the thick layer of questionable decency hard to penetrate. (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PS Vita, PSP) 56/100

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