Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, known in Japan as Zero: Akai Chō (零~紅い蝶~?) and in Europe as Project Zero II: Crimson Butterfly, is a survival horror video game developed by Tecmo. It is the second installment in the Fatal Frame series and is considered by some gaming magazines as one of the scariest video games ever created. It was originally released in 2003 for the PlayStation 2, and a "Director's Cut" version for the Xbox in 2004 included some additional features. A Wii remake of the game was released in Japan, Europe, and Australia. It is unknown if the game will be released in North America.

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Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly - Reception - Wii Edition
... Official Nintendo Magazine UK said, "At its core lies a weird, fantastically creepy horror adventure, with plenty of really scary moments within a rich and wonderfully atmospheric environment ... It's just a shame that much of the time your real adversary isn't the ghosts themselves but the controls you're expected to use to defeat them." Nintendo Life called the remake "a fine example of a survival horror game despite some awkward controls and an over-reliance on cut scenes that occasionally break the moment ...

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