Washin' your hair
We don't know about you, but as this author got older, the concept of 'fashionably late' got taken to extremes. Events would be scheduled for, say, 19:00PM – but you were a jerk if you showed up any earlier than 22:00PM. Growing up is pretty dumb, huh? Having said that, such tactics may come in handy when it comes to Corpse Party...
XSEED registers domain for Vita exclusive
There may be a dearth of big budget blockbusters on the PlayStation Vita right now, but there are bags of indie titles and quirky Japanese curios. Corpse Party is one franchise that blossomed into popularity towards the end of the PlayStation Portable's life, and it looks like its Vita exclusive successor,...
Sonic CD's stomped previous PlayStation Network chart-topper, inFamous: Festival Of Blood, from its place atop the charts, taking the crown as December's top-selling PSN title
The acclaimed Mega-CD release (or SEGA CD depending on your location) fought off strong competition from NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, Payday: The Heist and Trine 2, all of which...
The Corpse Party franchise is only just finding its feet in the West
XSEED translated and released the quirky handheld horror title in the West earlier this month. But Japan's already gearing up for the franchise's third entry, with word of a new game — tentatively titled Corpse Party 2U — appearing in the latest issue of Dengeki PlayStation magazine. Details are scarce, but Siliconera notes..
What do you get when you release a great product at the right time with a competitive price-point? Big sales, that's what -- and inFamous: Festival Of Blood is a testament to that philosophy
The bite-sized (pun intended) PlayStation Network standalone has become the fastest selling title in the PlayStation Network's history, topping the downloadable...
Promising looking PlayStation Portable exclusive horror adventure, Corpse Party -- which has been receiving rave reviews in North America -- has been lavished with a European release date
Publisher XSEED's confirmed on its official forum that the 16-bit downloadable exclusive will launch on the European PlayStation Store from December 14th for just 14.99 (presumably £11.99). Personally we can't..
The PlayStation Vita may be months away from release, but it sounds like XSEED is planning on sending out the PSP with a bang
It's announced that Corpse Party — the excellent looking horror adventure title that launched in North America earlier in the month — is coming to Europe. XSEED didn't provide a date for the game, but urged fans to keep an eye on the company's Facebook and Twitter..
Corpse Party is a game ab0ut a haunted elementary school filled with dead children
Sounds depressing, huh? The premise is already well established, but what of the game itself? Writing on the PlayStation Blog, XSEED localisation wizard Tom Lipschultz suggested it was a "horror adventure game" and certainly much more than an "interactive novel" as many had believed. He added that..
XSEED has confirmed that Corpse Party is headed to the North American PlayStation Network
The unusual PSP adventure title — derived from an amateur project — boasts hand-drawn 2D sprite art, and depicts the tale of a group of high-school students trapped in a haunted elementary school. The school plays host to the souls of children who have...