Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Hits the PlayStation Network

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Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly Hits the PlayStation NetworkOne of the single most frightening games ever created, Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, is hitting the PlayStation Network tomorrow, May 7th. Do yourself a favor. Buy it. Immediately. You’ll then realize how scary video games can really be.

Simply put, this is as close as you could possibly come to investigating a truly haunted location. This is what survival horror is all about. This is the benchmark.

Look for it May 7th for just $9.99, and while you’re there, if you haven’t yet, get the original Fatal Frame, too!

Terror returns with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, the sequel to the highly popular survival horror title Fatal Frame. This time the terrifying journey takes you to a whole new creepy setting, an abandoned village, where you play the role of Mio Amakura, a young girl who is gifted with a strong sixth sense, and her twin sister, Mayu, who notices a crimson butterfly faintly glowing in the sky. Your only weapon, an antique camera, has received a variety of new features to kill ghosts. Get lost in another horrifying tale.

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly

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  • Mr. Dark

    I’ll go further: it is THE most frightening interactive experience to be had on a console. Period. No one has topped it. Really, no one has even come close. Clive Barker’s Undying on PC was more intense, but that was due to the fighting mechanic (which predated Bioshock by years and manages to be more intense) more than the overall scare factor.

    Crimson Butterfly is scary, wrong, emotional, intense, and pretty much perfect in every way. This is MINE tomorrow, despite playing the original version all the way through probably five or six times back in the day.

    Now where’s my new-gen sequel?!?!