I am a huge fan of the fatal frame series. i find these to be one of the best games that i have played, yet with this game i felt there was to many similarities between FF3 and FF2. Not just in play style either. its almost if they just copy and pasted a large portion of FF2 into FF3...
I have yet to finish this game and will continue to play and see what directions the game will go in, but at this point its becoming a bit hard to commit to having played the previous games... i know that its a series and that i would be offended if it didnt follow the same pattern of previous games, however to use the exact same scenarios, location, and characters in a cut and paste manner such as this is a bit too far...
Will keep ya posted but lets just hope that the new fatal frame for Wii (already released in Japan and has been for some time) will make its way to us in the us so we can continue to enjoy a wonderful new chapter in an already epic adventure through this series..
Game is good and has a good replay value the only problem i had was the final boss. Very anti climatic. Way to easy. I beat the boss in like 30 sec. No Joke. Overall Good Game,Will i play it again,Not likely
OK, the Good: Upgrades are awesome! with a souped up camera and the right film, ghosties die! the story: creepy, moody, dark - everything a fan could want! Gameplay: Addictive as always - keeps you coming back for more.
The Bad: Figuring out what to do! Always tough in all 3 games, sometimes I felt like I was running around in cirles.
The Ghostly: All I can say is, the upside down crawlie under the house - FREAKIN' SWEET!