[PlayStation 5] Graveyard Girls Review

by EdEN, Owner

Graveyard Girls from Penguin Pop Games, Ratalaika Games, and Delphinium Interactive is a visual novel dealing with loss. Learn more in our Graveyard Girls review!



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Graveyard Girls from Penguin Pop Games, Ratalaika Games, and Delphinium Interactive is a visual novel dealing with loss. It’s Rated M for Mature, so it’s not going to be for everyone. You’ll take on the role of Elle, who, when visiting her father’s grave, starts to talk to him for the first time in many years. It’s Halloween, and after Elle meets Lucia at the cemetery, nothing will ever be the same. Lucia is visiting the grave of her sister Kate… and she passed away last week.

Before you begin, you’ll be presented with the following message:

Graveyard Girls depicts the complicated and traumatic aftermath of losing a parent during young adulthood.

This topic has been addressed as authentically as possible.

If you’re struggling with grief, you may not have a safe experience playing this game.

This game is intended for mature audiences. Viewer discretion is advised.


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Since this is a visual novel, that means you’ll be taking on the game’s story by doing a lot of reading as you take in the visuals for the different locations you visit and the characters that you meet. Some visual novels might offer voice acting, but that’s not the case for Graveyard Girls. Voice acting is an expensive element for a game, so most indie visual novels don’t have it.
All you’ll need to do is press the X button to move from dialogue to dialogue or press the Square button to have the game automatically move the story onward. The choices you make along the way will unlock scribbles, which you can review in the Memories section on the main menu. Scribbles are split between the special CG you’ll get to see in the game and some pages of what Elle has jolted down or drawn into her journal.


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Trophy-wise, this one features a full trophy list with a Platinum trophy for you to work on. And since this one is a Cross-Buy title, if you own a PlayStation 5 console, you can download the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game at no extra cost, and each version will have a separate trophy list. Each list has 6 Bronze trophies, 5 Silver trophies, and 9 Gold trophies. If you need some extra help with the game, then you can check out this Graveyard Girls Trophy Guide.

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Graveyard Girls is a visual novel dealing with loss. As Elle, who is visiting her father’s grave, you’ll get to meet Lucia at the cemetery, who lost her sister a week ago. Will the two of them connect and help each other along the way? Graveyard Girls is available as a Cross-Buy title, so your $5.99 purchase will allow you to download both the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions of the game at no extra cost.

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Disclaimer
This Graveyard Girls review is based on a PlayStation 5 copy provided by Penguin Pop Games.

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