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John Tucker
Corpse Party Review Double Shot
3DS review by Neal Chandran, PC by newbie Dom Kim!
11.10.16 - 1:48 PM

We don't often need to review a game on multiple platforms any more — the PC version is generally identical to the PS4 version, which is close enough to the Vita version as to warrant merely a sentence in the review about how the touch screen is used.

But today, we've got a double review for you of a game that came out on two very different platforms. Earlier this year, Corpse Party was released on PC, and just recently, it was released on 3DS.

And what better way to look at two very different versions of a game than to get reviews by two very different staffers? On PC, we've got a review from the newest member of our team, Dom Kim! And on 3DS, we've got the latest review from the longest-serving member of our reviews team, Neal Chandran.

How did the two of them feel about the game? How do the two versions compare to each other? Check their reviews at the link below to find out!


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