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User Info: mokkochi

mokkochi
4 years ago#1
I have nooo idea where to find these games in English, but I really want to play... How do I find /all/ the games in the Corpse Party series, including Book of Shadows?

Maybe it would help to know that I'm buying a PS Vita next month.

User Info: Ajogamer

Ajogamer
4 years ago#2
Both Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows had a digital-only release, so the only place you can find the English versions is on the Playstation Network.

User Info: mokkochi

mokkochi
4 years ago#3
Ajogamer posted...
Both Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows had a digital-only release, so the only place you can find the English versions is on the Playstation Network.


Thank you so much!

User Info: lainako12

lainako12
4 years ago#4
The Vita's definitely the way to play them, too. It gives some slight but noticeable upgrades to PSP-native and PSOne-native games, including the Vita's screen itself. Especially true if you have a first-edition, OLED-screened Vita, though admittedly the 2000 feels a lot easier to hold and feels phenomenally lighter, at least to me. Still, I own a first-edition and wouldn't trade it.

One thing: Wear stereo headphones, or if you have them, studio headphones (the kind that generally has two kinds of connectors and a much longer wire). The game takes super-serious advantage of stereo headphones that adds a whole lot to the experience. The game sounds stupid-awesome on a pair of Audio-Technicas I own.
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