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Author: Anthony Askee
Anthony Bueno is a freelance writer and musician and lives with his wife in Lehi, Utah. An avid lover of both music and horror, Anthony spends his free time looking for the next scariest video games, movies and books. Anthony has a strong fascination with the supernatural and the macabre and loves to share this fascination through his stories.
Fatal Frame II: The Crimson Butterfly, also known as Project Zero II: The Crimson Butterfly, is my current favorite entry in the entire franchise, or at least out of the U.S. released games. The updated graphics and smoother controls make the gameplay twice as scary and fluid. I found the general story to be a more unnerving and nightmare inducing in this entry as well. The story of Fatal Frame II: The Crimson Butterfly is set over 10 chapters (one you must unlock) and involves our main protagonists Mio and Mayu (which interestingly means cocoon in Japanese) who are twins.…
Fatal Frame, also known as Project Zero, is in my opinion, one of the most fun and creepy franchises released in the survival horror genre. The game is like an eerie mix between Pokémon Snap and Silent Hill, where you shoot pictures of ghosts and spirits around the mansion. The game is played and separated by three nights in the Himuro Mansion. Each night increases in length and difficulty. Initially, when you play the game you worry about how easy the ghost battles seem, but the game bashes you for such thinking by throwing ghosts of all styles at you…