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Corpse Party The Anthology is looking surprisingly cheery


6:00 PM on 06.16.2012



Corpse Party is getting a sequel, but it isn't what you think. Corpse Party The Anthology: Sachiko’s Game of Love – Hysteric Birthday 2U is actually a spin-off and romantic comedy featuring a new cast of characters and, if this opening cinematic is any indication, a much less macabre atmosphere than what was almost certainly the most disturbing game to hit the PSP last year. 

Developed by 5pb, this follow-up to Team GrisGris' dōjin visual novel is gearing up for a Japanese PSP release later this year. If you can understand moonspeak and are interested in importing a copy I thought you'd might like to a know a limited edition of the game will be available for ¥7140 (roughly $90) that includes Corpse Party Missing Footage, an original film on DVD.

Corpse Party The Anthology Opening Goes For Cute Over Creepy [Siliconera]






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