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For the PC video game, see Corpse Party (PC).
For the PSP & iOS video game, see Corpse Party (PSP, iOS).
For the manga, see Corpse Party: Blood Covered (Manga).
For the live action movie, see Corpse Party (Live Action Movie).
Corpse Party
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Video Game Information
Japanese Title

コープスパーティー Blood covered: ...Repeated fear.
(コープスパーティーブラッドカバー リピーティッドフィアー)

Series

Corpse Party

Platform(s)

Nintendo 3DS

Release Date(s)

Nintendo 3DS Game Card:
JP: July 30, 2015
NA: October 25, 2016
EU: October 26, 2016
Nintendo eShop:
JP: July 30, 2015

Genre(s)

Survival Horror Adventure

Rating

CERO: D (17+)
ESRB: Mature (17+)

Mode(s)

Single-player

Media/Distribution

Nintendo 3DS Game Card
Nintendo eShop Download

Staff
Developer(s)

Team GrisGris
5pb.

Publisher(s)

Nintendo 3DS:
JP: 5pb.
NA: XSEED Games.
EU: XSEED Games.

Designer(s)

Makoto Kedouin

Artist(s)

Nino

Writer(s)

Makoto Kedouin

Composer(s)

Mao Hamamoto

Corpse Party , released in Japan as Corpse Party Blood covered: ...Repeated fear. (コープスパーティー Blood covered: ...Repeated fear. / コープスパーティーブラッドカバー リピーティッドフィアー) Kōpusu Pātī Buraddo kabā Ripītiddo fiā?) is a survival horror adventure game created by Team GrisGris for Nintendo 3DS. The game was published by 5pb. and was released in Japan July 30, 2015. It was localized by XSEED Games and released on October 25, 2016 in North America and on October 26, 2016 in Europe.

It is a remake of the original CORPSE-PARTY for the NEC PC-9801 and Corpse Party for PC, and an enhanced port of the PSP and iOS version of Corpse Party. The game features updated character sprites and CG artworks, remixed soundtracks, an extended scene (from the PC version), new Wrong Ends, and new Extra Chapters.

The North American release is available through a limited "Back to School" bundle, which includes CD soundtrack Corpse Party: Haunting Melodies, as well as Naomi Nakashima and Seiko Shinohara figurines.

Plot

Corpse Party revolves around a group of students from Kisaragi Academy, and their homeroom teacher. They perform a charm called Sachiko Ever After as a send-off for one of their classmates who is transferring to another school. However, a massive earthquake occurs after they performed the charm, and they are dragged into Heavenly Host Elementary School. The students appear in completely different dimensions inside the school, separated from one another.

While searching around the school, they find the corpses of the people who were trapped before them, along with the spirits of the deceased. Spirits colored blue are more docile, while red colored spirits are more prone to violence. The students of Kisaragi Academy must avoid traps and fight for their survival while unraveling the mystery behind Heavenly Host, and escape from there.

Gameplay

Corpse Party is a linear survival horror adventure game with some role-playing elements. Players take control of a party of characters, either one to five characters, consisting of students Satoshi Mochida, Naomi Nakashima, Ayumi Shinozaki, Yoshiki Kishinuma, Yuka Mochida, Seiko Shinohara, or their teacher Yui Shishido. Players are tasked with exploring the haunted school grounds, reuniting with their classmates, and solving the mystery surrounding Heavenly Host. To accomplish this, characters must interact with the school's environment, such as picking up objects, talking to spirits, and inspecting documents, while avoiding enemy-like entities, particularly the three children spirits.

Playable characters are generally unarmed and are susceptible to dangers. Wrong endings are activated when a character performs an action irrelevant to the main storyline. As the story progresses, the number of possible wrong endings increases, and making full use of the multiple save files is encouraged. These endings force players to be wary of their actions and decisions over the course of the game. Characters also possess Hit Points (HP), much like those found in role-playing games. In two instances, it measures how much damage they can take before dying, triggering a wrong ending when all Hit Points are depleted.

Characters

The game centers around students from Kisaragi Academy, along with English/homeroom teacher Yui Shishido trying to evade several threats of other strangers.

Main Characters

Characters Gallery
Satoshi Mochida
A student from Kisaragi Academy Senior High classroom 2-9, older brother of Yuka.
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Naomi Nakashima
Satoshi's classmate and close friend who has known him since junior high.
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Yoshiki Kishinuma
Satoshi's classmate and close friend.
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Ayumi Shinozaki
Satoshi's classmate, and the class representative of classroom 2-9.
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Yuka Mochida
A student from Kisaragi Academy Junior High classroom 2-3. Satoshi's spoiled little sister.
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Seiko Shinohara
Satoshi's classmate, and Naomi's best friend.
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Mayu Suzumoto
Satoshi's classmate, and a member of the theater club. Sakutaro's close friend. She is transferring to another school.
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Sakutaro Morishige
Satoshi's classmate and a member of the theater club. Mayu's close friend.
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Yui Shishido
The homeroom teacher of classroom 2-9.
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Naho Saenoki
A student of Paulownia Academy High School classroom 2-1 and a high school paranormalist, whom Ayumi idolized.
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Yuuya Kizami
A student from Byakudan Senior High School classroom 2-4, who also wound up in Heavenly Host.
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The Girl in Red
A mysterious girl in a red dress that appears before Satoshi and the others.
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Trivia

  • The game shares the same title with Corpse Party (PSP, iOS) in the Japanese version, though they are spelled differently.
  • In the Japanese version, one of the extra chapters, Fireflies of Everlasting Darkness (常闇のホタル Tokoyami no Hotaru), is available only via download code bundled in the first-print special edition (and some regular editions) of the game. [1]
    • This is also the first time in the series where additional content is available via DLC.
    • In the English version, the DLC Extra Chapters are already included in the game and can be unlocked as players completed the other Extra Chapters.

References

  1. http://www.famitsu.com/news/201504/28077792.html

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