Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly (PS2)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly (PS2)
alaScore 84

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Dez 2017

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Expertenbewertung von: Anthony Karge (thunderboltgames.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly - PS2 review at Thunderbolt Games

 

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly pulls out all the stops to create a terrifying experience. The haunting grounds are a Japanese village shrouded in mystery and darkness. It's not that far off from the similarly possessed town of Silent Hill except...

Jul 2008

Expertenbewertung von: Mark Smith (gamechronicles.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly - ps2

 

From the moment you take control you are encompassed in terrifying sounds, disembodied moans, groans, screams, and all the traditional sounds like rattles and banging you would expect to hear in a haunted house. Much of the terror is found in the...

Feb 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Administrator (dreamstation.cc)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Review

 

Fatal Frame II is a horror game set in a lost village. You play as Mio who becomes trapped in a village with her sister Mayu. The village's population disappeared ...

In the end, Fatal Frame II is a beautiful game. The game manages to combine 3rd and 1st person gameplay into a nice package containing a haunting story and excellent graphics and sound. There are some minor issues with the camera, but they don’t hinder...

Jan 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Wade Monnig (gamesarefun.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

 

When the original Fatal Frame was first released, I dubbed it the ?New (Stephen) King of eerie Survival Horror.? It was, by far, the scariest game I had ever played. It didn?t lower itself to the ?Booga Booga, a zombie just crashed through the window?...

Without spoiling the multiple endings, let me just say that they are what cinch this title as Gothic Horror. Taking a page from modern Japanese horror films, a page from horror stories such as Thomas Tyron?s ?The Other? and a page from the dark imagery...

Jan 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Matt Mirkovich (gamingnexus.com)

Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly

 

Fatal Frame 2 Crimson Butterfly is the scariest game of 2003, easily beating out Silent Hill 3. Now I didn't think this was possible, I mean Akira Yamaoka can make some twisted and messed up imagery, and it was a great game that actually made some...

This is a near perfect horror game and something you'll want in your game library even if you didn't play the first one.

Jan 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Johelian (darkzero.co.uk)

Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly (PS2) review

 

So, how does the sequel to "The Scariest Game Ever Made" live up to its pedigree? If you're looking for survival horror with a slight twist, or are a fan of the first game, please, read on…

A deeply psychological approach to survival horror game that adopts a slightly more action-based rather than shock-value approach to the genre. The settings are lush and wonderfully created, with some truly disturbing elements like mysterious...

Jan 2004

Expertenbewertung von: Sam Bishop (totalplaystation.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

 

Tecmo's picture taking ghost hunt is seriously scary stuff.

Fatal Frame II is incredibly frightening -- so much so that it's hard to recommend it to everyone. The game is rather short, but the goodies you can unlock on the title screen mean there's a bit of replay value for those willing to run through the game...

Dez 2003

Expertenbewertung von: Steve Steinberg (gamespy.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

 

Forget about zombies and haunted shopping malls. Tecmo sends you into the woods to deal with an unspeakable terror. Don't worry -- you have a camera to protect you.

Nightmare inducing; impressive graphics; upgradeable camera options

Controls can frustrate; co-op mode would have been cool

Dez 2003

Expertenbewertung von: (justadventure.com)

Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly

 

A couple of years ago I borrowed a PS2 and a few games from a friend. Among those games was the first Fatal Frame.Not having much time, and desperately wanting to play Code Veronica and Silent Hill 2, I just barely glanced at FF and then put it aside....

Expertenbewertung von: Kyle (gamefreaks365.com)

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly review

 

Fatal Frame II, a sequel to a horror game by the same name, takes place in the “Lost Village�. You play as two adolescent girls, who must work in cooperation to retreat from the haunted village where they grew up.

The visuals, both the game itself and the cut scenes, combine with the eerie music to successfully fright anyone who plays it. The environments are dark and creepy, while sounds in the background intentionally try to raise your hair up. Every aspect of...

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