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Let's play Corpse Party Rebuilt - Part 3

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Published on Jun 9, 2012

THIS. ANATOMICAL. MODEL.
THIS. WAS. THE SCARIEST. THING. IN. THIS. GAME.
amen.

Oh Gosh, IT WAS REALLY CREEPY, I hate this model XD'


And, when Ayumi had been killed... Poor Yoshiki TT He was crying so much, ouw TT" Horrible.
(but fortunately, I could return my game to the last save xD')


Enjoy! And sorry for my English again :x

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Syndra and Irelia
what song is that in the intro?
KulaRose
Because of the more scattered focus in the larger PSP game, it spends less time on the individual characters, so we get to know less about them. The game also has less focus on the 'vengeful spirit'(Sachiko) and instead goes with a more broad approach to the game and story. This doesn't make the game worse, but it certainly doesn't make the game better. There is some pretty creepy bad ends in the PSP Corpse Party, though. Like I said, they're VERY different games. Hard to call one 'better'.
miyotan
Why do you prefer characters in Rebuilt? Yoshiki is... is prettier in PSP version ^^" And I don't know who Seiko is, 'cuz she isn't in Rebuilt. Larger school? Oh Geez, I wouldn't know where I am." I've never played PSP version, but I guess that's more interesting and creepier than the original game.
KulaRose
The PSP version is different from Rebuilt, but I must say I prefer the main characters in Rebuilt over the PSP version; however, the PSP version has a larger school than Rebuilt and has some interesting locations and some more backstory that is intriguing. They're different and hard to compare due to just how much the story changed between versions. Both are VERY good games.
miyotan
Ahm, I understand. That's original? :'D I saw the production year in the game and that was something with 1990 probably... But I couldn't believe that THIS game is older than the psp one. And how is it? I know that's better than the Rebuilt, but is it scary? You liked it? Sorry for too many questions...
KulaRose
Yuka's Charm only changes a bit of dialog if you let Yuka die in the toilets. Other than that, it's worthless. Original? You're playing the original Corpse Party right now. The PSP game is a remake of a remake, actually. But yes, I did play it.
miyotan
Yay, you know much. I had this ending, when Yuka died in toilet... Seven endings, oh God xD' That's a much work, but I'll play every of these. Question: Is there something important with Yuka's lucky charm? Or this is only the no significant selection? Oh, and have you ever played the original game for psp?
KulaRose
Yep! There's actually seven endings to this game. The most interesting endings, I'd say, are the D-1(Yoshiki and Yuka die) and D-2 endings(Ayumi and Yuka die) and the C ending(Naomi dies). Although a B ending(Yuka dies by accompanying her to the toilet and then leaving her to 'save' Naomi) is interesting as well. Not the ending itself, but it has a rather inspiring speech from Naomi since Yuka is dead near the end of the game.
miyotan
Huuu... You say? I actually played this game twice, one time, when Naomi and Yuka died, and one time when everyone lived. I killed Yuka once, once I killed Yoshiki and Ayumi (but then was game over...), once I trapped them in a another room... But every time when I did something wrong, I restart the last save. If you say, that it would be more interesting if I'll still play when someone die, I should try this. Thank you for the comment.
KulaRose
The endings where characters die is actually more impactful than the rather tame A ending where everyone lives; the game has multiple endings based on who lives, and the better endings are actually when the characters are forced to confront loss.
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