news\ Oct 22, 2012 at 8:22 pm

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows is creepy and twisted

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Last year, Corpse Party delivered a disturbing yet enjoyable horror adventure game experience on the PSP. The game was well received for the most part, offering players a satisfying degree of chilling gameplay and creepy storytelling.

It looks like fans of the first game will be treated to an all-new adventure in Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, due out on the PlayStation Network for PSP this winter. The game will feature new point-and-click gameplay, as well as first-person mechanics to keep the tension high.

Players will travel back in time to alter the events that took place at Heavenly Host Elementary School. Publisher XSEED has confirmed that a "save anywhere" feature and the ability to skip scenes that have already been encountered will be implemented to ensure that the game progresses smoothly.

In case you have some catching up to do, you'll be glad to know that the first Corpse Party will be available for $9.99 starting tomorrow, October 23. The promotion will only last two weeks, though, so get on that and buy the first game if you haven't already played it.

Also, be sure to check out the first batch of screens from Book of Shadows. That's some twisted stuff right there!

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