Horror Adventure ‘Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient’ Out Now on PC

Publisher XSEED Games has released Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient, the latest installment in the horror adventure series developed by Team GrisGris, on PC-via Steam, GOG, and Humble Store by Humble Bundle for $9.99 with a 10% launch week discount.
Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient takes place five years after the events of Corpse Party: Blood Drive, but unlike the usual Corpse Party series, this one takes place in a hospital called “Amare Patriarcha Crucis.” The main protagonist of the story is Ayame Itou, who wakes up from a coma, strapped to an operating table. Incidentally, she can’t remember anything about herself or the events that led her to the hospital bed. After finding her patient record, her memories begin to recover, although more is revealed over time. After finding her bearings, she forms a plan of escape. However, getting out of the room is only the first challenge, and she figures out that she might not be alone. Along with other trapped patients, Ayame needs to solve inventory-based puzzles, collect medical charts of deceased patients, and avoid terrifying zombie-like pursuers in order to find much-needed answers.
Titled Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient NEUES in Japan, Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient is the definitive version of this new installment in the Corpse Party series with updated graphics and an extra scenario. Corpse Party 2: Dead Patient exists as the first chapter of a brand new story within the series, allowing players to jump in regardless of their experience with past titles.
Want to know more? We bet you do, so check out our review to find out why we think the game brings with it everything we love about the spooky Corpse Party series and more.
There’s also the option to watch the spooky launch trailer:

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Brad Crespo

Editor-in-Chief - On a quest to play as many new games as possible while trying to finish an endless backlog.