Reviews and Problems with Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly
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Fantastic dark dwelling game. Will scare you!
19 August 2009
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.
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.
Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly is an unforgettable experience, highly recommended for those that
16 February 2006
Excerpt: Project zero II has a great story to go along with all the creepiness, and one that is very well told. The game is set in a hidden village call All God's Village, you play twin sisters Mio and Mayu Amakura as they become embroiled in a mystery involving spooks galore.
Project Zero 2 has one of the best plots in the series. I mean, I know that every one of the Project Zero games has had their fault BUT those faults are what make the game play so terrifying. For example: You're walking down a dark corridor and you're con, Sofa Cinema
Summary: If you liked the Silent Hill series then you will love this - no question. It has a strong story that drives the gameplay and makes you want to see the end. The basics of the game are much the same as every other horror survival game - you battle ghosts, run around finding ammo, health and other...
Summary: The story of this game is absolutely engrossing. You are a little girl with a twin sister trapped in a lost village. The pieces of notes you gather throughout the game plus the lavish cut-scenes alone can keep you on the edge of your sit worrying about what's the destiny of our cute heorines,...
Summary: Even though i was playing fast paced horror games like resident evil, i read a review on this game in a magazine and decided to give it a try. My thoughts were: what a great game! its scaring my skin deep!
Summary: At the start of the game, players assume the role of Mio, guiding her downa foggy mountain path while in field mode - which is basically athird-person viewpoint. With Mayu in tow, the girls make their way to thevillage on a terrifying journey in search of answers and encounteringterrors that define...