In the sequel to Rei Zero (Fatal Frame), twin sisters become trapped in a haunted village. Mio, the younger twin, takes it upon herself to help her sister Mayu escape before they become the next victims of the village's ghostly inhabitants. Her only tool to fight the spirits with is the Camera Obscura; a camera with the power to see the impossible. Written by
10 December 2003 (USA)
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Also Known As:
Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
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In one of the trailers of the game (an unlockable feature in the game itself), Mio is shown running freely and wildly during the animated scene. However, in actual game play, Mio constantly runs at a very slow jogging pace, even when she's not around her sister. See more
[in a psychic flashback
So this is the Camera Obscura... It takes pictures of impossible things...
[Makabe aims the Camera Obscura prototype at a piller-like monument. Looking at it through the camera, the pillar spawns several ghostly hands that attack Makabe. Startled, he clicks the shutter button and falls back
[as the spirits vanish
What was that!
I can't believe... So it's true... This thing is two dangerous...
Remade as Zero: Shinku No Chou
Tsukiko Amano See more