Reviews and Problems with Project Zero 3: The Tormented
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Project Zero 3 PS2 Review
31 May 2010
Excerpt: There’s something that Tecmo’s Project Zero series has been able to achieve that likeminded games have failed to do, and that’s to offer a horror game without a single gun or drop of blood to be seen. To craft a worthy horror series Tecmo instead have come to rely on a chilling atmosphere and arming the characters with a simple camera.
Excerpt: I gave the controller to my girlfriend on no less that sixteen separate occasions whilst playing Project Zero III. Forget what you thought you knew about survival horror, there’s enough twisted shite in here to make the purchase of a quality durable pair of incontinence pants a shrewd buy. The Project Zero series (also known in the US and far eastern quarters as Fatal Frame) is steeped in acclaim.
Excerpt: If one were looking for the gaming equivalent of Marmite, then the Survival-Horror genre would probably fit better than most. The genre has a couple of poster boys in the Resident Evil and Silent Hill series, which have helped shape the minds of a generation of PlayStation owners.
Excerpt: I don’t know about you, but I don’t scare very easily, especially not when it comes to horror films or video games. I mean come on; it’s just a bunch of computer graphics, lighting and clever camera angles after all! That was how I felt about a week ago, how I’d felt my whole life, right up until that fateful night when I decided to play Project Zero 3: The Tormented. Behind you!
Conclusion: Easily one of the most frightening games I’ve played in my life. That is the best compliment I can give the game. It may not have some of the finest gameplay ever seen in a PS2 title and it sure does have a few irritating flaws that could have been rectified but when it is at it best, PZ3 will have you right on the edge of your seat.
Conclusion: En conclusion, j'ai été un peu déçu par ce Project Zero 3. Trop d'aller-retour, pas si effrayant que ça... J'avais nourri tellement d'espoirs sur le premier épisode... Reste quand même un très bon S-Horror, doté de casse-têtes assez difficiles, stressant par moment. Bon, maintenant, faudrait que je trouve Project Zero 2 : Crimson Butterfly !!!
Pros: Stressant, Le gameplay à l'appareil photo, Doublages américains réussis, Plutôt bien réalisé
Cons: Gameplay toujours un peu rigide, Trop d'allerretours !, Moins stressant que le 1