Grisly trailer for 'Corpse Party' horror game
Saturday 03 September 2011
Cult high-school horror game
Corpse Party is headed for the PSP's North American PlayStation Store this year, with an announcement trailer that emphasizes the unappetizing details of its characters' deaths.
Students find themselves trapped in a run-down elementary school, stacked with the bodies of lost children, and ghostly whispers mess with their sanity as they struggle to escape.
Corpse Party's PSP remake has a special feature for headphone users, as a surround-sound effect is intended to up the scare potential.
The game started off as a Japanese indie game made using the popular PC program RPG Maker, foundation for the unnerving Aoi Oni (Blue Demon) as well as Xbox Live's Doom & Destiny.
Corpse Party announcement trailer: http://youtu.be/b4v14ZhcdHI
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