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Fatal Frame

by Tecmo
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Teen
135 customer reviews
Metascore: 74 / 100

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Based on a true story, Fatal Frame recounts Miku's investigation for her brother Mafuyu, who has been missing for two weeks. Her latest clue leads her to the abandoned Himuro mansion, a place that local townsfolk fear. Gifted with a supernatural sixth sense, you'll guide Miku as she explores the areas in the mansion where Mafuyu was last seen investigating the disappearance of three other people. Armed with only a camera, you must discover the connection between mysterious disappearances, restless spirits, and ritual sacrifices.

Fatal Frame, a horror-adventure game, leaves its victims breathless as they become immersed in a world of supernatural spirits and sheer terror. Guided by her sixth sense and armed only with an antique camera, Miku sets out to solve the mystery of her brother's sudden disappearance. As the story unfolds, she discovers gruesome details about the Himura mansion's troubled past. The property and surrounding area have a dark history involving grisly murders, an evil cult, and restless spirits.

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Platform: PlayStation2
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  • ASIN: B00005V9NH
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.5 x 0.7 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,898 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By A. Griffiths on September 28, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
"Fatal Frame" is a game that definitely delivers. Although it does not have any particulary impressive premise (young girl with a camera investigates a haunted house) , it doesn't take long for you to really get into the game, and the scares start coming thick and fast.
The plot is fairly simple: main character Miku has come to the house to find her missing brother, so it's mostly a matter of making your way through the mansion, solving puzzles that will open doors, and trying to piece together the grim history of the house. But to do this, you have to be prepared to encounter a wide variety of ghostly apparitions, and it's here that the game really excels. The appearances of the ghosts are almost always a surprise, and it has to be said that they look and sound terrifying. After recovering from the shock, your next task is to quickly equip your camera and try and snap the ghost within the frame. This task can be very challenging, as more often that not the ghost will dart around, disappear completely and materialize behind you, or lunge at you unexpectedly and start throttling the life out of you! The idea of using a camera to fight is unusual and works holding the ghost in constant view as it approaches, the camera will "charge up" and you can release a more powerful attack when you finally press the shutter-but are you brave enough to do that?. The best thing is that once you have completed Miku's first night, the ghostly appearances are far more randomised, and as you search the house once again (every chapter has new items and tasks appearing in places you have already explored), you will feel the tension as your camera suddenly lights up, and the controller throbs in your hands...oh no, another one!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 10, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Folks theres only one work to describe this game... CREEPY CREEPY CREEPY I am an adult and this game freaked me out. Much scarier than Resident Evil and seriously challenges both Silent Hills as well. You play as a young girl who must find her missing brother in a haunted mansion. Her only weapon a frieken camera. Sounds lame right? WRONG!!! Its actually pretty damn cool. The way it works is you capture and kill ghosts by taking pictures of them with your camera. The more pictures you take and ghosts you catch, the more advanced and powerful the film in the camera gets. But the film isnt the only thing that gets stronger the Ghosts do too. And man these ghosts aint what you would call friendly in fact theyre mean... no brutal and theyre pretty damn determined to kill you. The game gets tough. The story gets better and better. Can you survive? I did manage to beat the game but frequently check under my bed and in my closet during the night as if I were five again. I give this game my highest recommendation!!! Praise to TECMO for producing such an awesome game
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Review Lover on November 23, 2003
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Surely, Fatal Frame (Project Zero here in PAL-region countries) is, without a doubt, the single greatest Horror game ever to grace the Playstation 2. Or any other console, for that matter. It's beautiful to watch, smooth to play, emotionally involving, and, most importantly of all, genuinely terrifying.
The plot concerns Miku, who has come to a haunted Japanese mansion house in order to search for her lost brother Mafuyu. From a family of psychic spirit-communicators, Miku is soon absorbed in unravelling what happened not only to her borther, but to a team of paranormal investigators, and to the original family. It's a beautifully grim tale of ritualistic suicide, demon-worshipping and powermongering, and I promise you, it's worth the ride.
The control system, like all horror adventures in this mold, will never be perfect, but FF goes a huge way towards redressing the balance by removing traditional weapons like guns and replacing them with a Camera. Yes, a camera. Your ammo is differnet exposure-speed film and you upgrade the tool with the amount of souls you manage to capture with it. Ghosts are already dead, and it's up to you to exorcise them. The fluidity of movement involved with a weapon of this nature is a huge relief from the slow aiming and reloading process so long associated with the pistols and semi-automatics from the Biohazard and Silent Hill games.
The graphics, too, deserve a special mention, becuase they're beautiful. The monochromatic minimalism and traditional Japanese design seem all the more upsetting for those of us not from that culture, and the ghosts themselves are a truly disturbing mix of traditional Shinto folklore and tortured, Francis-Bacon-esque faces.
The sound works on the same principle.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 27, 2002
Platform for Display: PlayStation2
Don't let the "Teen" rating fool you! I expected this to be a "kiddie" game, but I found it to be every bit as creepy and disturbing as Silent Hill. The character's slow movements are annoying at first, but you actually WANT to go slowly so that you don't miss any clues or accidentally run head-long into a ghost (like you can avoid them!). This is a game where you have to pay attention to every little detail. If you see a distorted object, take a photo of it. Some are very well hidden!
The game is very different from anything else out there, since your "weapon" is an antique camera, not a gun. It sounds corny, but once you get into the game, the camera adds to the creepiness. When you take photos of a ghost, it often swooshes towards you, and the camera gives you a close-up of the ghost's face. Yikes! And the ghosts appear ANYWHERE, in front of you, then it de-materializes and reappears behind you ... and don't think you can get away by running to another room. They can go right through the walls! Many of the ghosts moan and scream about how they were tormented ... and once you get further into the story and understand what they're talking about, their words and facial expressions make it that much scarier.
The puzzles aren't very hard at all; most are fairly simple. Capturing the ghosts is more challenging than the puzzles, especially once you're further into the game.
There were only two minor things that bugged me ... the camera angle glitching when you go up and down a flight of stairs. Sometimes you're heading downstairs, and the camera changes, and you're suddenly going back upstairs. Not a big deal, unless you're running from a ghost! The second thing is that they didn't put enough power-ups in the game. If a ghost grabs you, it often takes a CHUNK of your power.
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