Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Pro Reviews
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Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Reviews15
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|Game Chronicles Magazine||8.8/10||Jul 05 '04|
|GameDaily||8/10||Jan 19 '04|
|GamingWorld X||8.3/10||Dec 01 '03|
|Kikizo Games||8.7/10||Jan 13 '05|
|NTSC-uk||7/10||Dec 01 '03|
|Thunderbolt||6/10||Jul 02 '08|
|EuroGamer||8/10||Apr 29 '04|
|Game Over||85%||Dec 10 '03|
|GamePro||3/5||Dec 11 '03|
|GamesDomain||4.5/5||Dec 09 '03|
|GameSpot||8.2/10||Dec 11 '03|
|Gamespy||4/5||Dec 11 '03|
|GameZone||8.8/10||Dec 16 '03|
|IGN PS2||8.5/10||Nov 19 '03|
|Tech TV||4/5||Dec 16 '03|
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"If you feel like you've had your fill of this type of game, then there's not a huge likelihood that Crimson Butterfly will change your mind about that. For the aficionados, though, its another wonderfully honed effort from Tecmo that firmly establishes the team alongside Konami and Capcom in the horror adventure stakes. Although not much of an advancement from the woefully ignored original, its storyline and atmosphere carry it into 'worthy sequel' territory."
"...it may be a lot easier than the original, but in almost every other way--graphics, sound, atmosphere, storytelling, sheer style--it's a drastic improvement. With better puzzles and more challenging combat, Fatal Frame 2 could've been one of the few games I'd be willing to call an "instant classic," but as it stands now, it is simply very good."
"Part mystery, part psychological torture, Fatal Frame II embraces both the best and worst elements of the modern Japanese horror film, and its hair-raising visual creep-outs and deft handling of foreboding folklore are undermined by a steadfast reliance on survival/horror-genre trappings and boring gameplay execution." "
"Its rich visuals and custom sound scheme give it a near-perfect haunting soundscape, and the visuals and gameplay speak for themselves."
"Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly may be light on challenge, but it's still rich in great, dark atmosphere."
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