It’s been a while since the cult Playstation portable hit,?Corpse Party, hit the scene. The on-line Japanese indie title has made some surf and spawned two terrifying sequels. Considering the diminishing user base of the PSP and the Vita, however, an original title hasn’t observed much love just lately.?Publishers Marvelous Us and XSEED Games get announced that this will probably change.
First, Team GrisGris’ identify is going to see a lovingly remastered version hitting the 3DS this summer. A limited model “Back to School” version will likely be hitting store shelves. This fifty dollar bundle will include a pair of figurines, one intended for?Naomi Nakashima and another for?Seiko Shinohara. And in this package will be an eighty small soundtrack disc focusing on?monitors that didn’t make their way to the previously released?Songs of the Dead compilation. It will also include things like three tracks only at the 3DS type. For those not interested throughout plunking down to the physical stuff, the particular eShop release will be opting for thirty dollars.
When XSEED says a “remastered version,” they will mean it. This particular new edition will certainly feature redrawn, high resolution sprites in addition to 3D art stills. The soundtrack is being reworked and rearranged as well. Fans who have sincerely been a original version to help death can look toward four new Additional Chapters to skin out the story and also tie up some story threads. Overall, this specific looks to be a fantastic reason to take another look at the title.
Also, your computer will be seeing a form of the neo-classic title. That one is scheduled to land on Steam, GOG, as well as the Humble Store with April 25. This particular version is being localized directly from the PC initial, giving Western people the experience as formerly intended for the first time. The many original art and voice acting will likely be included with this version. Still, that doesn’t mean PC players will be left with zero bonus goodies. This kind of version will characteristic new endings and scenes that will be only at this edition. In addition, four new parts will be piled to the stories original all 5, making for an even for a longer time, fleshed out experience. Also, there will be an exclusive retelling involving “Tooth” from?Corpse Party: Publication of Shadows, redone inside classic style. A final tidbit of information is amazing: players interested in seeing all of the endings will be able to fast forward through previously watched scenes. This could be a boon for completionists.
While this news is certainly unexpected, it is also welcome. Having a cause to jump back into the unique game as well as setting up the title with a much wider viewers should pay dividends. Personally, I look forward to help watching cute, 16-bit taken characters die unbelievably all over again. There…there might be something wrong with me.