Corpse Party Reviews (PSP)
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Destructoid (Nov 20, 2011)
To summarise, if you fancy embarking on a roller coaster ride of ups and downs in the emotion department, this is certainly worth the asking price. It's a definite purchase for fans of horror games and/or visual novels, but I think that should you have a PSP and aren't against buying one of the top games I've had the pleasure of playing this year, you really should try it out. I sincerely hope that the sequel will soon find it's way into the English language.
Games Finder (Nov 06, 2015)
Corpse Party and its sequels which are worth investigating if you enjoy the original are a wealth of well written RPG goodness.
PSN Stores (Nov 29, 2011)
If you’re into visual novels, adventure games and all things horror it’s likely that you’ll find enjoyment in Corpse Party. The school is a really interesting place to explore and you’ll likely form some kind of attachment to each character. Alternate endings and extra chapters offer a game with over ten hours of playtime and tons of back-story to uncover. Just be ready for lots of backtracking, sleepless nights and some truly horrific deaths.
RPG Site (Jan 18, 2012)
Overall, Corpse Party is a fine addition to any horror game fan's collection. With some very competent writing, a tense atmosphere, and a memorable soundtrack, this is one game that is more than worth the asking download price.
GameSpot (Nov 30, 2011)
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 situations. If you crave something that will keep you up at night, this is it.
IGN (Dec 05, 2011)
Lamentations over wasted time come easily when you consider the unexpected deaths, but the powerful last words of the narrative reminded me of Corpse Party's chilling highlights. Instances of fear and melancholy occur with startling frequency. And when I realized that I came to care for the students of Kisaragi Academy, I felt a little less bothered over lost time.
Pocket Gamer UK (Dec 29, 2011)
When you're following the narrow path the designers expect you to walk down, Corpse Party is one of the scariest portable games you can buy. Yet, failure to do so demands you re-play massive chunks of content you've already seen, significantly diminishing its appeal.