Reviews and Problems with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
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Sara F "Ouisie", Amazon
6 April 2010
Summary: I was excited to see a new survival horror series I could play. And after reading the reviews I had high expectations. I was sadly disappointed. This is the most frustrating game I have ever played. The characters movements are slow, which make its hard to beat the ghosts, and do not even think about 'running' away. It does have stunning graphics and interesting storyline. Unfortunately I stopped playing halfway thru because I just could not stand how slow things were.
Summary: I was so excited to hear of another surivival horror game!!! Ive played all my Resident Evils, have just finished a Silent Hill binge and thought I was done for. Then I heard about Fatal Frame, I couldnt wait to play it. Well unfortunately this game did NOT live up to one single expectation that I had from reading all these reviews and such. At first the game seemed scary but then once I had seen one ghost or cutscene it was as if Id seen them all.
Summary: Fatal Frame 2 does nothing to innovate the genre at all. It's an exact wannabe clone of Resident Evil and Silent Hill. Explore a maze of rooms with some helpless and awkward to control characters all while solving some puzzles and reading some notes. Been there done that. The problem with Fatal Frame is that it's horror concept just isn't as cool as Resident Evil or Silent Hill, those two games each have their unique style, and little japanese girls taking pictures of...