Corpse Party: Blood Drive – What’s A Little Death Between “Friends”?

Corpse Party BD Vita


And you thought your school days were insane. The survivors of the certifiably unbalanced and/or genuinely terrified for their lives students of Kisaragi Academy’s class 2-9 are baaaaaack. While you can fully enjoy their new exploits in Corpse Party: Blood Drive on the Vita (out NOW!), if you want the full gory story, you’ll need to snap up the two previous games (Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows) on the PSP (and yep, they DO run fine on the Vita) so you can play catch up before this new game freezes your blood and spine solid.

Corpse Party EverAfter Edition Vita

All three games are guaranteed to scratch that horror/mystery itch you’ve got going under the skin, but expect things to get bloody before you know it. That EverAfter edition of Blood Drive is the perfect way to dive into the third chapter if the first two float your boat, so feel free to grab one while they last.

Corpse Party: Book of Shadows Proves The PSP Isn’t Quite Dead…


And you thought you’d seen the last PSP game ages ago, huh? Well, there are a handful of releases still popping up such as Xseed Games’ Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, set to hit PSN on January 15 for $19.99. If you’re into horror-themed games with a twisted sense of humor and a flair for the dramatic (as in creeping you out in all the right places), well, you can either unearth your old PSP from its dusty grave or whip out that Vita, as the game will indeed run perfectly fine on that newer handheld.  And yes, you should probably play the original Corpse Party (also available on PSN), as this game focuses on eight in-between stories from events in the first game.  Stylish visuals, a nice amount of M-rated content and a pretty creepy soundtrack are all lurking in the corner waiting to jump out and  bite your brain… so what are you waiting for?