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While there are no battles in the game (as one would expect from the RPG look of the title), the game does feature a deep interactive story that sees the player control different characters in different horror scenarios. Throughout the game you will be searching for clues and investigating mysterious events. The choices made throughout the game will affect the outcome, which makes for not only a good reason to replay the title but also a unique way to explore the story being told. See More
For those familiar with Japanese horror games, the plot in Corpse Party should be pretty familiar. A group of school kids have accidentally performed an occult ritual and are now stuck in a haunted school trying to solve the mystery of who is killing off their friends. Basically, a haunted school horror RPG. While the gameplay is pretty good, making an effort to present a solid package, the plot itself is pretty hum drum and will be all too familiar for many. See More
Corpse Party is based off of an old release from 1998 that was created with RPG Maker. This port uses that design and as such has a lot of text and sound effects due to not being designed around flashy graphics. This means the text and sound effects are what creates the atmosphere of horror in the game, which makes the player use their imagination to fill in the blanks of what is happening. This can actually work out to even more horrific scenarios when imagined over just being shown, which makes for an old school feel that requires the player be invested in order to get the most out of the game. See More
The game's overall feel is not for everyone, and certainly not for the faint of heart. This game puts you in the shoes of a lone man who struggles with addiction, and who also took care of the last baby girl in a world devoid of women. It's a game filled with violence, drugs, mutants, and sex-starved men. See More
The doctors physically manifest themselves in their patient's head, traversing his mind like traditional levels in a video game. In Finding Paradise, the concept of altering memories is a great thought experiment of how someone's life could change entirely if they remembered things differently. See More
The game's writing handles themes of loss and death in an accessible and thoughtful way, giving the player plenty to think about long after the story concludes. There's a range of emotions, humor and philosophical musing that feels unique and true to the story. Despite the plot's focus on loss and death, the doctors' journey offers hope to the dying Colin in ways that resonate with players from all walks of life. See More
With the premise of a dying man, Colin Reeds, who has one final wish to see fulfilled before he passes on, Finding Paradise is a moving tale of two doctors, Eva Rosalene and Neil Watts, who travel through Colin's reconstructed memories to seemingly make the impossible possible. The doctors travel back through time and must press forward through Colin's memories, learning about his complicated yet compelling life along the way, solving puzzles along the way as they ultimately accept the inevitability of their patient's worsening condition. See More
Featuring a range of measured, thoughtful guitar pieces to plucky, magical piano tracks that inspire a sense of intrigue and adventure, Finding Paradise has an incredibly thematic soundtrack that hits all the right notes. There's a unifying sound across the tracks that gives a sense of wonder and mystery, blending well with the doctors' journey through Colin's intricate memories. See More
The player needs to build a team with well rounded skills and each member of the team can be scouted, so it makes for a good idea to find NPCs that have the skills one would need in order to have a well rounded team. This is the bulk of the gameplay but makes for enjoyable relationships that need built in order to recruit the ones needed. See More
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