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Submitted by nrvalleytime 875d ago | review

Review: Corpse Party: Book of Shadows (darkzero)

darkzero reviewer Dom - "After playing through the fantastic Zero Escape: Virtue's Last Reward on the 3DS, I had been looking to find more visual novel/adventure games to play. When I was told that I should check out Corpse Party on the PSP, I eagerly relented and played through its horror themed adventure. Despite not finding the experience with Corpse Party as polished as Virtue's Last Reward, the game did manage to entertain me, while doing what I would think is impossible with a visual novel – feeling suspense and chilled to the core. Corpse Party managed to be tense by using music to its advantage, just like a classic Japanese horror film. A follow up to Corpse Party, named Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, has been translated and released on the PSN store for PSP (with Vita compatibility), but with some changes to the core gameplay, is this sequel just as thrilling to experience as the original?" (Corpse Party: Book of Shadows, PSP) 6/10

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