Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition
Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition Trailers
Corpse Killer - 25th Anniversary Edition - Launch Trailer | PS4 | Steam
Corpse Killer - 25th Anniversary Edition - Announcement Trailer | PS4 | Steam
Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition Screenshots
Critic Reviews for Corpse Killer: 25th Anniversary Edition
Corpse Killer – 25th Anniversary Edition offers us a trip back to gaming's horrific full-motion video past. It's an era we should study to make sure we don't repeat our mistakes, but it's far enough behind us now that I can admit some of those mistakes can provide a bit of goofy fun.
Corpse Killer is a decaying relic of its time, with few redeeming features that would encourage anyone to unearth it. The full FMV levels are hilariously bad and the point-and-click shooting is the dictionary definition of rinse and repeat gameplay. B-movie aficionados or former Sega 32X players seeking some nostalgia may be slightly more inclined to resurrect this one, but the cheesy plot, poor production, and miniscule amount of gameplay will not appeal to many modern players at all. It’s an amusing time capsule to my misguided, zombie-enthused youth, but this is one that should absolutely have stayed buried.