Corpse Party: Book Of Shadows Spooks iOS On December 17

By Spencer . December 14, 2013 . 2:30pm

corpsebos-015pb’s horror game Corpse Party: Book of Shadows will be available for iOS devices on December 17. The port is unchanged from the PSP version and has full voice acting.


Corpse Party: Book of Shadows will cost 2,800 yen ($27), the same price as Dragon Quest VIII. Here’s a look at the iOS version.

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  • transferstudentx

    mobiles and tablets are terrible for gaming i cant help but think that the future of gaming as we know it is at stake here first SE next oh god no i mean i have both but there not for gaming more like everything else but gaming

    • Herok♞

      Honestly the type of game Corspe Party is something that doesn’t lose much by moving to the mobile format, sure one day we might not have decicated handhelds but there will always be a place for home consoles since they have ablities mobile never will

      • transferstudentx

        i doubt there well always be home consoles that a fantasy after killing handhelds they kill home consoles 2 looking at the direction there going

        • Herok♞

          Mobile doesn’t have that kinda power behind it, handhelds, I could see it phasing out, but people play games to relax and there are just somethings that mobile can’t do, it could replace handhelds but not things at home, it would make no sense even if consoles died out pc is still a thing

      • s07195

        Not to mention that BoS is more VN-ish than the first game.

    • FlyingPony

      And that is why I am hoping for gaming phone to come out, with all the physical buttons.

      The mobile gaming seems to be unstoppable, so at least with a phone like Xperia Play I can play any of those mobile games properly.

      ps. I do know about the iPhone controller, but I prefer a built in controller as It will be more convenient to carry around.

  • Koulamatata

    That’s pretty cool, but i’m fine playing it on my Vita.
    Definitely one of few types of games that aren’t really going to be hindered by the format though, so I don’t think it’s a bad move.

  • megaten666

    Book of Shadows is a sequel to CP: Blood Covered ~ Repeated Fear? (so, not a retelling or anything like that, right?)

    • Koulamatata

      It’s kind of both. A few chapters are alternate tellings. A few chapters happen during the first game, but we didn’t see it. A few chapters happen before the first game, and a few happen after.
      So it’s kind of everything rolled into one.

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