Summary: Aah, Project Zero. This game started my entire fascination with Japan and japanese style and culture. Bought it when I was 15 years old, I think. Had a few cash left that I wanted to use on a new game, but I wasn't sure which one I wanted. I had seen this game on the store shelf a lot of times, but it didn't really look like my kind of game. Saw it again that same day and thought "screw it, the girl on the cover is kinda cute, ill take it".
Summary: I would recommend this game to anyone who loves a good horror game. This game has some creepy atmospheres, a great story line, and had me glued to the screen until i completed the game. This game is still incredible despite its age, no faults at all, and was sent in perfect condition.
Summary: What I like about this game is that it really nails down the horror side.The only weapon you have is a photo-camera which is a nice change, makes you feel a bit more vulnerable. Great game, I enjoyed it a lot.
Summary: I've actually never played a game quite like this one, come to think of it this is my very first horror game. Well at least my first proper horror game. I must say it really is a terrifying game! At one point I was too afraid to go any further! The best time to play it would be in the cover of darkness to feel it's full effects. Even if you were to play during daylight hours, you're bound to jump several times within the first 15-20mins of playing.
Summary: Having started to play this game,I noticed the astonishing work of art that it is. First of all, even at the beginning,the scenery was swimming in magnificently spooky atmosphere.For a game made in 2002, the level of detail of everything from the scenery to the characters, was fantastic. It has an extremely interesting and captivating plot,and makes you want to proceed further into the game eager for more.
Summary: It's great so far, my only issue with it is that there seems to be no option at all for subtitles which isn't great since I'm a little hard of hearing to say the least and it's hard to make out what is being said half the time. Still, so far it seems to be a pretty decent game.
Summary: If you're familiar with Japanese horror movies such as The Ring, The Grudge or the Slit-Mouth Woman, this is a game that would fall into a similar category. As a Haunted-House style survival horror game, you are Miku, a high school student in search for her brother, who went missing 2 weeks before the game's events. Unlike your Resident Evils and Silent Hills, Miku's only weapon is an old film camera, that captures ghosts. Doesn't sound too bad, right?
Summary: Have you ever wondered what it's like to go ghost hunting? Well, now you can in this original take on the horror franchise called Project Zero (aka Fatal Frame in other countries) for PS2 and Xbox. You start the game as Mafuyu Hinasaki (Miku's brother) for a short section of the game until he suddenly disappears in Himuro Mansion while he is looking for a someone. When he does, you'll be in control of his sister, Miku - wondering where her brother went.
Summary: If you like horror games but not very good at shooting stuff or want a slower pace. Look no further than the project zero games. Known as Fatal frame in the states, Project zero is still today one of the most atmospheric horror titles out there. It should be up there with the first resident evil or silent hill but has turned out to be more of a word of mouth title. In my words, get it if you like horror games, 10 out of 10.
Summary: I've got so many survival horror games that I don't know what to do with them, but this game stands head and shoulders above the rest. The atmosphere of the game is really something, and the graphics are truly excellent to boot. The puzzles are the best since the resident evil series and the difficulty level is absolutely perfect. Great stuff!