Project Zero 2: Wii Edition is a remake of the classic survival horror game Project Zero II: Crimson Butterfly and sees you take on the role of Mio as she explores a mysterious cursed village with her twin sister Mayu. When Mayu follows a Crimson Butterfly deep into the woods, Mio has no choice but to follow when eventually they stumble across the seemingly abandoned village. Only by helping the girls to uncover the secrets of an ancient ritual and the abandoned village, now permanently shrouded in an eerie darkness, can you hope to escape its grasp.
As you explore the dark and foreboding village it becomes apparent that you are not alone and the Twins are attacked by the ghosts of the former inhabitants. The spirits that haunt the village can once again only be defeated by using the Camera Obscura, a mythical weapon that allows you to interact with the spirit world. Whenever there is a ghost nearby you will see an indicator at the top of the screen showing how close it is to you; red indicates an evil spirit and blue that the spirit is good or non-offensive. Watch out because they could be behind you waiting to attack!
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Project Zero 2 is a great game but look out it's very scary!
Project Zero 2 is an excellent remake of the PS2/Xbox original. It has great graphics and character redesigns, much better voice acting, and a much more cohesive story thanks to a better translation. So far, the only downside is the "Haunted House" mode. It was interesting the first time around, but so far doesn't seem to have any real replayablility to it. Though, it is definitely neat to see some ghosts and places from the other Project Zero games. Having the controls of the Wii to play this, just like in the fourth Project Zero, adds some great tension with the ability to peek out windows and behind screens and such. If you're a fan of the series, this is a great addition to your collection. If you're new to the series, it's not a bad place to start, either.