Reviews and Problems with Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly
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Play the most scariest one yet, if you dare.
10 July 2012
Summary: This is the sequel to the ground-breaking first game, Project Zero (a.k.a Fatal Frame) and it is subtitled Crimson Butterfly. A crimson butterfly is a red little butterfly that you will see throughout the whole game. I have no idea what it's gotta do with the game, which makes you think it's a useless idea, but that doesn't mean the game isn't no good. If you thought the first game was scary enough for you, then you haven't seen nothing yet.
Excerpt: Are you one of those who enjoy a good thrilling, heart pumping horror game, which by the way is overloaded with creepy ghosts and haunting atmospheres. Well heres Project Zero 2 - Crimson Butterfly. Prepared to be scared. My mum was given this game by my sister. After experiencing Project zero one, my mum never bothered playing number one, so the storyline was never that entirely sure with me.
Excerpt: Age Rating: 16+ 1 Player Second Game in the Project Zero/Fatal Frame series. Two twin girls, Mio and Mayu, are visiting their childhood home, Mio had stopped for a minute to think about the past and when she comes back to reality she realises Mayu is gone. When Mio finally finds Mayu, she is chasing a crimson butterfly, Mio chases after her and the two stumble upon a 'deserted' village.
Summary: Twin sisters get pulled into the lost village, an experiene which will change their lives forever. Gone are the days when survival horror meant men and women with heavy weaponry. These girls are armed with just one weapon an ancient mysterious camera known as the camera obscura. This is a seriously good game and a welcome addition to the project zero series. The graphics are excellent, the soundtrack pleasing to the ears and the gameplay and storyline are immense.
Summary: I adore horror survival, and I adored the first game, but was disappointed in the massive difficulty level mid way through. I just can't finish that game. anyway, the sequel made up for all the faults of the original, brilliant everything, story, pace, gameplay, better difficulty levels. Made me jump even at the end, amazing. I can't say more!
Summary: This game to me redifines horror games with this game you require a clean change of underwear every half hour due to how scary the whole series is infact I play every game at night and I accept with what the other customer said you won't sleep alone for a while THE GAME IS BRILL
Summary: When people say ohhhh a scary game you have to question what exactly are they afraid of - rising house prices,their previous nights date still alseep in your bed , their shadow....But after playing this game I know what they mean. Its not so much as scary as very very very jumpy....Its a brilliant game that given the right atomsphere.i.e lights off,alone.. it can really get your heart racing as you have no idea what could happen next.
Summary: Rather than boring you with the plot (which you can read from the product description), I'll just give you a summary of my ratings and key points on the critical elements of the game: Graphics: 8 / 10 + Dark, nightmarish surroundings work effectively to create a sense of unease whilst exploring. + 'Good' looking ghosts will scare the life out of you. Sound: 9 / 10 + Ambient, eerie sounds designed to scare you, you'll feel your heart jump when certain sounds are played.
Summary: I have been largely disappointed with games that claimed to be `scary' before, so when I heard of this game, I decided to see whether this was as scary as its claims, or just another false hope. From the very beginning I found this game creepy and unnerving. The music, sounds, characters, sets and voices all added to the atmosphere. With the characters whispering to one another in the dark- you really get the feeling that you're alone.
Summary: This game's amazing. I have never crapped my pants this much since i was in nappies!! Seriously this game is scary. I have jumped less at gigs than playing this game, the sound effects are spot on giving that errie effect. The enviroments are great because of the dark, foggy and damn errie nature of the game. The varied camera angles emphasize this. This is the first of the project z series we have played and it has made us buy the others.