PixlBit's Corpse Party Review

PixlBit | Since its humble 32-bit beginnings, the PlayStation brand has been home to some truly unique and sometimes downright weird games from its native Japan. The PlayStation gave us games like Incredible Crisis, Bust a Groove, One Piece Mansion, and Rising Zan: Samurai Gunman. The trend continued on PS2 with Mr. Mosquito, Katamari Damacy, Gitaroo Man, and Okage: Shadow King. Sadly, with the video game industry being such a volatile, cutthroat business in the current climate, releasing quirky games like these has become a gamble that rarely pays off for publishers. Thankfully, we still have handheld machines like the PSP to give us our experimental Japanese games. Enter Corpse Party, a digital release for PSP that is so niche that I’m surprised it was translated. Surprised, but happy; this is one of those unique, under-the-radar games that is not to be missed.

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Xof2413d ago

I bought it.
I downloaded it.
It's sitting on my PSP right now.

Don't know that I'll ever play it (NOT a fan of horror games, particularly the overstylized "anime horror" I've seen) but I do what I can to support the release of esoteric games.

Lazarus12092413d ago

This is one of those games that I hope is available to download on the Vita sometime down the line since I don't have a PSP and don't plan on getting one anytime soon. (will be getting the Vita day one though).