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Fatal Frame III: The Tormented - PlayStation 2

by Tecmo Koei
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews) 78 / 100

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  • The game takes place in 2 haunting worlds - the nightmare and the real life -- as the player moves deeper into the game, the line between the two worlds becomes blurred, creating fear and unease
  • Use the camera obscura as both a weapon & a guide, by taking pictures of the ghostly inhabitants and creepy objects within the House of Sleep
  • More terrifying ghosts - Hideous facial expressions and creepy eye movements combined with the ghost's new ability to stare at the player
  • Play as 3 different characters and strategize by using each of their different abilities
  • Unexpected sounds and movements create a paranoid and terrifying gaming experience

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  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0009UC6AI
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 9, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,600 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Fatal Frame 3: The Tormented is a haunting Japanese style horror game where nightmares become reality. A young woman named Rei is having twisted nightmares. These dark dreams take her to the "House of Sleep", where she encounters hideously tortured souls who are being overtaken by a curse. Meanwhile, a deadly tattoo and deadllier secrets of life and death are waiting to destory her, unless she is quick enough to stop it. But Rei's dreams is only the beginning of the nightmare, making Fatal Frame III: The Tormented the most terrifying virtual experience to date.

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Taking the popular Japanese Horror theme to a whole new terrifying level, Fatal Frame III: The Tormented is a complete Japanese Horror interactive experience as the player takes on the role of Rei, a cursed young woman whose overwhelming guilt and tormented dreams lead her into a formidable world where the lines between reality and nightmares are blurred and the only way out is to solve the mystery of the tattoo. What the player will see in Rei’s dreams is only the beginning of the nightmare, making Fatal Frame III: The Tormented the most terrifying virtual experience to date.


  • Multi-playable characters: using strategy and skill, the player must choose between three different characters with unique special abilities in order to complete each terrifying mission.
  • Two haunting worlds: The game takes place in two haunting worlds--the nightmare and the real life. As the player moves deeper into the game, the line between the two worlds becomes blurred, creating fear and uneasiness in the player.
  • In-depth storyline: the story of Rei's torment will consume the player as they move deeper and deeper into the mind-bending world of Fatal Frame III: The Tormented.
  • Camera obscura: The player will use the camera obscura not only as a weapon but as a guide by taking pictures of the ghostly inhabitants and creepy objects within the "House of Sleep" in order to solve the mystery of the tattoo and rid of the curse.
  • Evolved ghosts: Most terrifying ghosts to date as hideous facial expressions and creepy eye movements have been refined. Ghosts will stare at the player while morphing into a scarier ghost, increasing fear in the player as they confront the apparition.
  • New characters: a new female heroine, Rei Kurosawa, and a young journalist, Kei Amakura, bring new special abilities and their own stories to Fatal Frame III: The Tormented.
  • Returning characters: Miku from the original Fatal Frame is back and playable in Fatal Frame III: The Tormented, using her strong spiritual powers to help Rei solve the mystery of the "House of Sleep", as her haunting personal story from Fatal Frame continues...
  • Disturbing sounds and visuals: eerie sounds, unexpected movements, and psychologically disturbing visuals all add up to the most terrifying Japanese Horror interactive experience to date.

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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Tecmo's survival horror series Fatal Frame continues to outdo its competition (resident evil, Silent hill)in the spook factor with its mix of Japanese lore, the universal fright of ghosts and its bizarre sacrificial rituals. The latest entry in the series deals with Rei Kurosawa, a young photographer who has recently lost her fiance in a car wreck. While taking pictures of a rumored haunted house she snaps a photo in which her dead lover appears. This and incident sets in motion the events for Fatal Frame 3: The tormented.

For fans of the series very little has changed in terms of actual gameplay but there have been a few major changes in the game setup. The biggest difference that gameplay is split into two worlds, a dream world and the real world. The dream world is of course the nightmarish aged decaying world of "the house of sleep" while the real world is modern Japan where you investigate pieces of the dream world and learn info on what is happening in your dreams.

The second biggest change is the addition of two playable characters, Miku (from Fatal Frame 1) and Kei (uncle to the two girls in Fatal Frame 2). By using 2 characters connected two the first 2 installments, Fatal Frame 3 attempts to explain the events of the malice in all three games.

Tecmo once again succeeds in realising a brilliant, vivid world. The game's use of sound and background noise truly ups the scare factor. While walking empty corridors you can hear voices echo in the background, perfectly beating bells will ring faster to make you think danger is imminent only to have nothing happen while in other silent spots ghosts appear and attack out of nowhere.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "Fatal Frame" is back November 24, 2005
By Avery
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Well, well, well, what do we have here! Another "Fatal Frame" game to whet our masochistic appetites! I've played a lot of survival horror games in my day, but never once have any of those games moved me to turn the lights on when I go to bed each night. This is where "Fatal Frame"'s uniqueness is truly apparent. This is where the true horror is. Don't get me wrong, "Resident Evil" and "Silent Hill" fans, zombies and monsters are good, also. I have played those games as well and I liked them. Corporeal beings with their rotting mouths and clouded eyes are definitely scary, but they're still, well... of a material persuasion. Admit it; it's a comfort to be able to blast a shotgun shell through their foreheads or drive a chain saw through them should you become cornered. You still have that psychological safety net beneath you.

Where "Fatal Frame" splinters away from the survival horror tradition is in its admittedly slow-paced terror, that sinks into your skin and chills your bones with its complex stories. Even when you defeat a ghost, you can't be sure that they're not going to come back for more (they don't have physical bodies that you can trash once and be done with it, after all). This third--and presumably last--installment to the games is no different, though it may be a bit more complicated and hard to figure out than its predecessors. Regardless, let me assure you, it will not disappoint.

New features to the game include the "nightmare world" and the "real world". You see, in the previous two games, the setting took place entirely in old, crumbling Japanese style mansions (or villages, as it were) where some supremely twisted ceremony took place and, uh... didn't go quite as planned.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Cat Simulator June 3, 2012
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Game is fantastic, I absolutely loved it. You have a beautiful home occupied by an assistant and your cat. Cat roams around the house freely. Whether its upstairs waiting for you to get out of your room or down stairs laying on your couch waiting for you to pet it. The cat does have a plate where it can eat, my only wish or additional they should of added was the ability to put food on his plate. Cat does eat on a regular basis and is very adorable. You can hear him/her meow when walking around the house doing "human things".

There is one thing about this game that was really awkward and scary and that is when it's night time and you go to bed, the character you play as has horrible nightmares of her being in a haunted house full of ghosts and the only way to protect yourself is by taking pictures of these ghosts.

BUT, other than that, the game is amazing. I just love being around and taking pictures of the cat.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stunning! Best game in the series to date... March 3, 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
"Fatal Frame III - The Tormented" is probably the last FF game we'll see on PS2, and I'm more than happy to report that the series is ending - hopefully temporarily - with a great big bang.

You control Rei, a young woman whose guilt over the death of her fiancee Yuu in a car accident is having a huge negative effect on her life. At work one day with her assistant Miku, photographing an allegedly 'haunted' house, Rei sees Yuu and gives chase, only to end up in some kind of nightmarish world of vengeful spirits. Returning home, a blue tattoo invisible to all but her starts to spread across her body, to match the one she saw on a spirit in her waking dream.

And from there on in, "Fatal Frame III - The Tormented" becomes a symphony of gameplay and scares. This is Survival Horror in its purest form - a gripping storyline, incredibly strong atmosphere (far more so than the two excellent prequels) and a big dose of genuine fear all come together to make this the most rewarding game in the FF series to date.


Simply amazing. The cut-scenes are far more detailed and plentiful than before, with the Manga characters taking on a more believable depth of realism. The enemies are more detailed and more defined now than ever and, in terms of design, are quite terrifying - the Woman Brushing and Shrine Carpenter ghosts are two of the scariest Survival Horror enemies ever! The backdrops are gorgeous - richly detailed and very convoluted so as to lend more of a sense of Nightmare to the dream worlds that Rei has to traverse. The cinematic aspect of the game is perhaps the most important one - the closest comparison I can make is like a playable, immersive version of the original 'Dark Water' movie.
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