walk over my corpse

Playing In A World Of Japanese Watercolours

Playing In A World Of Japanese Watercolours

Back at the Tokyo Game Show last year, I got some hands-on time with Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines. At that time, I said it was the prettiest game I saw at the show. And now, as I play through the full version, I find myself loving the art style more and…

The Prettiest Game I Saw At The Tokyo Game Show

The Prettiest Game I Saw At The Tokyo Game Show

Among my personal Japan-only favourites is the PlayStation RPG Walk Over My Corpse (Ore no Shikabane wo Koeteyuke). It took sumi-e style graphics, turn-based combat, and a breeding system to make an infinitely replayable classic. Now, a decade-and-a-half after its release, the sequel was playable at this year’s TGS.

Classic Japan-Only RPG Remaster Looks Beautiful On PSP

Classic Japan-Only RPG Remaster Looks Beautiful On PSP

Walk Over My Corpse (Ore no Shikabane wo Koeteyuke) is one of the great Japanese RPGs of the PS1 era that was never released outside of Japan. With its Sumi-e style graphics, complex class-based battle system and in-depth breeding mechanic, missing out on it is truly a loss for RPG…