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Corpse Party- PSP

Corpse Party- PSP
alaScore 89

21 reviews

Sep, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 21 reviews of Corpse Party- PSP. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Corpse Party- PSP is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Allen (

Corpse Party


Why is it that the Japanese horror genre is so incredibly frightening? I remember seeing “Ringu” and couldn't sleep for a week, while the

If you’re going to spend the $20 on Corpse Party, it is very important to know what you’re getting into. This is not a “game,” but an interactive novel with video game elements that, for the most part, aren’t very good. You will get frustrated and lost...

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Matt Mirkovich (

Corpse Party


Horror is an interesting genre when it comes to video games. Outside of Silent Hill, and Amnesia, there have not been many successful titles that provide gamers with scares. So it's with great surprise that I found XSeed's Corpse Party, an adventure...

Corpse Party proves that a minimalistic approach can get some of the best results when it comes to horror. If a little blood gets you weak in the knees, this game is not for you.

Jan, 2012

Expert review by : Michael "PaladinXII" Futter (

Corpse Party Review


If you are an aged individual like me, you might remember a series of books called “Choose Your Own Adventure.” These books featured branching paths that readers could follow...

Truly frightening moments ; Wonderful storytelling ; Great music and sound effects

Little replay value

If you are an aged individual like me, you might remember a series of books called “Choose Your Own Adventure.” These books featured branching paths that readers could follow by flipping to the pages indicated at the end of each section. Each of these...

Dec, 2011

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Corpse Party


It's been almost fifteen years since Corpse Party first debuted in Japan. Most in America probably haven't even heard of it until only recently, but make no mistake, this little Japanese title is no joke. If horror is what you're looking for, then...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Jenni Lada (

Review: Corpse Party for PSP


Moments in, you can tell Corpse Party isn't going to be a happy story. And that isn't just because the game happens to be called Corpse Party. A group of seven Kisaragi Academy students, along with one little sister and a teacher, have decided to hang...

The story can be genuinely scary. There are also quite a few random hilarious moments. CG shots are detailed and disturbing. Can collect nametags from dead students. Japanese voice acting is good and the overall audio and music is very creepy. Calls...

Only available as a download. There’s no skip function to fast forward through seen text. Can only save at save candles. Almost all puzzles are really easy to solve. Graphic descriptions of gruesome scenes may be too much for some people

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Ryan Clements (

Corpse Party Review


Death approaches. Read our Corpse Party review to find out if this 16-bit horror game needs to live on your PSP.

When the curtain closed on the five-chapter story of Corpse Party, I sat motionlessly in my chair and considered the last 10 hours I spent exploring the halls of Heavenly Host Elementary. Lamentations over wasted time come easily when you consider the...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Bob Mackey (

Review: Corpse Party is a Bloody Good Time


Despite the dated presentation, XSEED's latest gives the PSP a highly enjoyable stay of execution.

In a season riddled with life-changing mega-sequels, Corpse Party couldn't have arrived at a worse time -- especially on a platform so ravaged by the deadly tag team of piracy and disinterest. With its distinctly fan-made presentation and digital-only...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Anthony John Agnello (

Corpse Party


The title's scary. The game's even scarier (for a while).

The game’s raison d’être isn’t giving players crazy interactive feats, though; it’s freaking them out with its bizarre world. Provided you’re the susceptible sort, the game’s pairing of text with mundane graphics is at times startlingly effective. Like...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Laura (

Corpse Party Playtest: Relies On Different Scare Tactics


Corpse Party uses more than the traditional “sudden scare.” In the first scene alone, you learn the personality of each of the nine characters and grow attached to them.

3. Corpse Party may have some lag issues. This shouldn’t affect any gameplay, but it’s enough to see very slight jolts when your character moves in a straight line.

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : Marko Djordjevic (

Corpse Party Review


Terrifying moments make Corpse Party a get-together worth attending.

Engaging story with plenty of twists and surprises ; Offers genuine, unsettling scares ; Rewarding even when you die or make mistakes ; Nice audio cues and voice work

Easy to get lost in certain areas ; Having to restart a scenario takes too long

Given the rarity of scary and shocking games, Corpse Party is once again a fresh and welcome experience. It's not a difficult game by any means, instead relying on keeping you interested through its gripping story, unexpected twists, and horrific...

Nov, 2011