Summary: Unlike the last four Fatal Frame games you have to play this in a well lit room. It will be pretty hard to take pictures with your 3DS otherwise. The game tries to make your own room as the setting for this game. It will seem like ghost are actually in your room if your room is super grainy. Also, it will appear the ghost are no bigger then your waste basket. It is a fun game but the only problem is it's too short. This game is worth getting just not for 40.00.
Summary: I was looking for some inexpensive 3ds games for my new system and this one was in my price range. It's pretty good, though I haven't played a whole lot of it yet. It does really utilize the camera/3D aspects of the system though.
Summary: After all the bad reviews I had some doubts... But the fatal frame fan-girl within won out and I took a chance...I'm glad I did. The augmented reality was a really nice touch; being able to fight the ghosts in your own house. It's still fairly creepy even though you need the lights on. I honestly don't see why so many were so hard on it.
Summary: This isn't a game you can play in public without looking stupid, as you need to be able to turn 360 degrees. The "puzzles" I've gotten to really just involve memorizing what worked and what didn't since the last time you died. Even with these flaws, I would highly recommend this tittle. Just like the 3ds AR cards, this game uses your surroundings as the environment for the game, which adds to the spooky atmosphere.
Summary: I love this game so much!! But the thing I don't like about is the game is too short. Because of that I can't really understand more about the story since the theme of Project Zero(Fatal Frame) is around Miko.
Summary: This game is great but it did not compare to the other Fatal Frame games. It was way too short and left little to the imagination as far as story goes. The graphics were good but were not seen much aside from the one time you're actually in the mansion. The use if the AR was great but could have been left as a mini-game and instead played the game in a full 3D environment that displays the power of the 3DS the way the previous versions of the games in the Fatal Frame...