Reviews and Problems with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
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13 January 2005
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly is definitely worth a look if you're in the mood to get freaked out. It comes highly recommended to fans of survival horror games, the chilling storyline and the creepy scenes should ruin your sleep for a while and those of you with twin siblings may...
Excerpt: When it was released, Fatal Frame wasn't able to garner as much attention as those other two 500 pound purple gorillas in the survival horror genre, Resident Evil and Slient Hill . As it usually goes in these situations, this is a shame, since it is arguably the scariest game of the three.
Excerpt: Set in a different time period as the original game , Fatal Frame 2 starts as twin sisters Mio and Mayu Amakure wander into the haunted village, All God's Village. Because Mayu is sensitive to the paranormal, she runs off, leaving Mio to search for her amidst the mystery and restless spirits.
Pros: Awesomely detailed gameworld, Exceptionally creepy audio, Excellent story
Cons: Running animation too slow, Ghost theme may not work for everyone, May need to invest in adult diapers
Excerpt: Tecmo immediately sets the stage for this eerie adventure, both aurally and visually. Returning from the first game are the deteriorated black and white film sequences. This classic feel, along with the overall dark and brooding nature of the levels, drapes the game in shadow and makes the simple...
Summary: Fatal Frame 2 Crimson Butterfly is the scariest game of 2003, easily beating out Silent Hill 3. Now I didn’t think this was possible, I mean Akira Yamaoka can make some twisted and messed up imagery, and it was a great game that actually made some sense in the story department where many people said...
Conclusion: A deeply psychological approach to survival horror game that adopts a slightly more action-based rather than shock-value approach to the genre. The settings are lush and wonderfully created, with some truly disturbing elements like mysterious characters you can talk to added to the blend to create...