[GAME REVIEW] Corpse Party; Blood Covered
Corpse Party Blood Covered is a Japanese horror PC game ported to PSP game and soon will be ported to Ipad and Ipod. Shit just got real. When we talked about horror game, Japan took it to the next level when Corpse Party Blood Covered was designed with 68 bit graphic style and 2D sprites so that it’s less horror less terrifying oh yeah riggght (╯°□°）╯︵ it’s a wonder I suffered insomnia, depression and claustrophobia for at least three weeks.
XSeed had translated this game from Japanese to English with a Japanese audio. So, it’s better if you guys who’re planning to play this get the original copy to support the creator and translator.
As this is an otome blog, I’ll make this post a little bit special since this is not an otome game, much less shojou drama cliché but who cares let’s troll.
Sachiko Ever After – is a charm where it keeps you to be together with your friends under any circumstances. You need to chant it properly because one wrong step can lead you to a
Heavenly Host Elementary School – it’s an abandoned and (reportedly) demolished old elementary school back to the 70’s. The school was been forced to closed down due to the horrific tragedy that befall the four children who had been kidnapped and brutally, barbarically murdered by the school’s principal’s son as reported. Though this incident occured past 30 years ago, still, it goes on. Unknown to these kids, they’re trapped in this haunted school literally forever for performing the chanting. The deceased are erased their existence in the real world and they get special privilege of experiencing the pain they felt as they died as a spirit. Eternity.
Corpse Party Blood Covered tells the story those who trapped in the Heavenly Host Elementary School and it’s called CORPSE PARTY for a reason riggght?
There are basically nine players but the number will not remained the same towards the end (depends on your choice)
Satoshi Mochida – Hiro Shimono
Naomi Nakashima – Rina Satou
Seiko Shinohara – Satomi Arai
Ayumi Shinozaki – Asami Imai
Yoshiki Kishinuma – Yuuichi Nakamura
Mayu Suzumoto – Yuka Nanri
Sakutarou Morishige – Kakihara Tetsuya
Yuka Mochida – Eri Kitamura
Yui Shisido – Miyuki Sawashiro
Yuuya Kizami (is not one of their troops) / Gentleman Ghost – Tomokazu Sugita
with a great casts of seiyuus (especially male seiyuus (≖ლ≖๑ )ﾌﾟｯ ) it’s not surprising I can finished the game in 2 months period. Well… not a great number but at least I’ve played it till the end! Which of course comes with a great deal (refer to first paragraph)
Though it’s main focus is horror adventure, there’s still romance in the air. Yoshiki loves Ayumi but Ayumi covers up her crush by scaring Satoshi with ghost stories and Naomi’s covers up her crush by constantly teasing him and Seiko’s lesbian love towards Naomi is by pushing her closer towards Satoshi. Brotherly sisterly love between Morishige and Mayu which leads to Kakihara Tetsuya screams sexily hmmhhmm. Unrequited love between Yuka and Satoshi. Who knew there’s an incest here?(≖ლ≖๑ )ﾌﾟｯ
Kizami and his delusional about having a little sister despite he had none.
In the game, along the way you’ll find corpses all the way and inspect them to receive their ID tag. This is not necessary as you can always skip collecting the corpse’s ID. But, it means no harm to collect them too.
You played as a girl from different school who was trapped in Heavenly Host Elementary School and got together with her two more buddies. They found a bathroom – a gentleman ghost who seek for his glasses and hat. Your mission is to find these items and ofc a couple of vengeful spirits trying to stray your from getting the items. Don’t believe any of their words. If they said there’s nothing at the north there IS something there!
Ayumi goes Yandere – in Chapter 5 (marked as the best Bad End)Anatomical Kizami – Chapter 5 when you’re chased by the anatomy and one of pursuer
Cannibal Yoshiki– Chapter 2Drains Ayumi in the pool – Chapter 4 Caught by the Eyeless Girl Getting caught by Infirmary’s ghost– Chapter 1 Caught by Blue Ghost Boy
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