Corpse Party: BloodCovered Vol. 5

Corpse Party BloodCovered Vol Corpse Party BloodCovered revolves around a group of students from Kisaragi Academy and one of their teachers They try a mystical charm called Sachiko Ever After as an attempt to cheer up one of their

  • Title: Corpse Party: BloodCovered Vol. 5
  • Author: Makoto Kedouin
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 383
  • Format: None
  • Corpse Party BloodCovered revolves around a group of students from Kisaragi Academy and one of their teachers They try a mystical charm called Sachiko Ever After as an attempt to cheer up one of their classmates who is going to transfer schools but something goes wrong, and they end up trapped in Heavenly Host Elementary School And what s even worse they appear in compCorpse Party BloodCovered revolves around a group of students from Kisaragi Academy and one of their teachers They try a mystical charm called Sachiko Ever After as an attempt to cheer up one of their classmates who is going to transfer schools but something goes wrong, and they end up trapped in Heavenly Host Elementary School And what s even worse they appear in completely different dimensions inside the school.While searching around the school, they find the corpses of the people who were trapped before them, along with the spirits of four children who are not willing to let them live The students of Kisaragi Academy must unravel the mystery behind Heavenly Host and escape from there.

    One thought on “Corpse Party: BloodCovered Vol. 5”

    1. The conclusion to the core story of the Corpse Party game and not a bad take on the game. The author stuck reasonably close to the story of the game, adding a bit more here and there to flesh out some characters that didn't have much to do with the game, like Sachiko's mother and Taguchi, Naho and her sensei's cameraman. I didn't really like that they put Naomi's revelation about the reality of what happened to Seiko, but it's a minor take away from it. I really liked the final outcome involving [...]

    2. Not the strongest horror I've read. The ending definitely dragged on for a while, and I didn't feel entirely satisfied by the conclusion. Full review eventually appearing on ANN.

    3. Started off good, but got a little bleh near the end. I love Kishinuma, so I enjoyed the first chapter with him in it. But I'm getting sick of Naomi, and she was in the rest of it. She needs to just suck it up already.

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