Corpse Party: Blood Drive Character Models Revealed

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Corpse Party: Blood Drive | oprainfall

At a live Corpse Party event held in Japan this past Saturday, new materials for the latest game in the franchise were revealed. Character models for some of the cast of Corpse Party: Blood Drive were unveiled alongside the event’s live performances and other presentations. Check out the gallery below to take a look.

The event also included live performances by voice actresses like Isami Imai and Satomi Arai (who play Corpse Party characters Ayumi Shinozaki and Seiko Shinohara, respectively), and an appearance by the franchise’s creator Makoto Kedouin. Corpse Party: Blood Drive is set for a 2014 release in Japan. While at least one XSEED representative has stated their interest in the game, there’s no official word on whether or not the title will see a Western release.

Interested in the franchise? Check out our own Crystal Baltimore’s reviews of Corpse Party and Corpse Party: Book of Shadows.

Thank you to Famitsu for the screenshots.


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