Corpse Party Birthday Spinoff Creeps onto Western PC on April 10

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Screenshot from the upcoming visual novel "Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko's Hysteric Birthday Bash"

…Yep! No one’s out of place here!

Get ready to scream in terror (or delight), folks! Because this April 10th, Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko’s Hysteric Birthday Bash, a horror/romantic-comedy visual novel in the Corpse Party series, will be released on PCs in the West. The game sees Sachiko Shinozaki’s victims granted 24 hours of “amnesty” by the birthday ghost herself. And what else should ensue amongst the students, but a cavalcade of celebrations, terror, and romantic hi-jinks? Oh, and before you ask: Yes, this game is in canon with the Corpse Party continuity.

Happy 7th Birthday, Sachiko! (again!)

This game was originally released for the PlayStation Portable in Japan on August 2nd, 2012.


Steam header image for Corpse Party: Sweet Sachiko's Hysteric Birthday Bash

Steam header image for the game

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