Terror returns with Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly or Fatal Frame2: Crimson Butterfly, this game is so spooky it has two names.
Project Zero 2 is the sequel to the highly popular survival horror title, Fatal Frame. This time the terrifying journey takes you to a whole new creepy setting, an abandoned village, where you take on the role of Mio Amakura, a young girl who is gifted with a strong sixth sense. The story follows the horrifying journey of Mio and her twin sister, Mayu, as this lost village and a strange, symbolic crimson butterfly create the spooky setting for yet another frightening journey.
The main concerns with a title like this are twin fold, firstly is the games story, characters and control system up to scratch? Secondly is it actually scary? Well in the case of Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly the story is pretty fair, the characters are good and the control system has its faults but overall is sound. Is it Scary? It is almost too scary. Borrowing heavily from the onslaught of killer Japanese horror movies that have graced your local Blockbuster over the past few years Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly is pure brown trouser material.
To further enhance the “jump factor” Project Zero 2 has a first person mode added. Instead of seeing the action from the usual