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[Vita Visual Novel Review] Corpse Party: Blood Drive

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the latest game in the Corpse Party series that is set in a hellish elementary school called Heavenly Host which resides in an alternative dimension. This time, Ayumi Shinozaki (one of the survivors from the previous adventures) decides to go back to said school to save her friends who died there.

Take note that this game depicts explicit violence and is for a mature audience.

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The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Sky SC Finally Gets A Release Date!

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XSEED Games has let us know that they’ve finally set a release date for The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Sky SC, and it’s actually next week! That’s right, the long awaited sequel to The Legend of Heroes: Trails In The Sky will be available as a digital release on PSP and Vita on October 29! Click after the break to learn more about the game and to check out the launch trailer.
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Mark Your Calendar – October 13 is Corpse Party: Blood Drive Day!

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XSEED Games made us very happy today when they told us that Corpse Party: Blood Drive is coming to PS Vita… on October 13! That’s only a few weeks away, so we’re now counting down the days to play the game so that we can share with you our review. But wait, there’s more! XSEED Games will also be releasing a very limited edition of Corpse Party: Blood Drive at retail so be sure to check after the break to read more about what is included in the box.

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[Review Revisited] Corpse Party: Book of Shadows

Review Revisited - Corpse Party Book of Shadows

Welcome to today’s Review Revisited! After covering Corpse Party on a Review Revisited almost a year ago, I figured it was time to bring the spotlight over its sequel Corpse Party: Book of Shadows. The sequel changed things around by skipping the 16-bit look of its predecessor to move to a presentation similar to the Phoenix Wright series were you explore each area as a static image you can click on to check out objects or characters.

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