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One of the scariest games of all time is back

April 26, 2012 - Is there enough space behind the sofa to crawl into? And is there no ghost lurking underneath? Such questions are about to come to mind for many video game fans. Because on June 29th, Nintendo and TECMO KOEI GAMES are releasing one of the scariest horror titles from the legendary Project Zero series for the Wii TV console: Project Zero 2: Wii Edition With new, motion-controlled features and innovative two-player modes, you get goose bumps, bristling hair on the back of your neck and well-groomed horror.

In the remake of the survival horror classic Project Zero II: Crimson Butterfly, players slip into the role of Mio, who roams a mysterious, bewitched village with her twin sister Mayu. When Mayu runs after a purple butterfly deep in the woods, Mio is forced to follow her. The two end up in the seemingly abandoned village that is trapped in eternal darkness. Only if the sisters, with the help of the Wii players, manage to unravel the mystery of the cursed village and an ancient ritual, can they - perhaps - hope to escape the gruesome place.

As soon as Mio and Mayu penetrate the dark village, they realize that they are not alone there: the ghosts of the deceased residents haunt the place and attack the sisters. They can only be fended off with the camera obscura, a mysterious camera that enables players to interact with the ghost world. Whenever a ghost lies in wait for you, a viewfinder at the top of the screen signals how close it is to you: red stands for an evil, blue for a good or harmless ghost. In any case, players should keep their eyes open. Because the next figure could attack directly behind them.

In order to do as much damage as possible to the evil spirits lurking in the dark, you should position yourself directly in front of them and make sure that the camera obscura is always charged. The best way to counter a ghost attack is to forestall it. If you have good timing and operate the camera obscura at the exact moment when the viewfinder turns red, you will inflict the greatest damage on the respective ghost and receive bonus points on top of that. Players get additional points if they catch multiple enemies with a single shot.

The effect of the camera obscura can be further enhanced with different types of films that are hidden all over the village. And by modifying their lenses, players gain additional special powers. For example, some of these enable them to perform combo attacks by paralyzing or slowing down the ghosts. And with the Fatal Photos combo, you can turn off all ghosts that are near you in quick succession.
On our official website for Project Zero 2: Wii Edition get a taste of the backstory, watch a new video, and find out more about Mio and Mayu.

Project Zero 2: Wii Edition uses the Wii's motion controls to actually make players feel like they're in a spooky place. For example, you can move the Wii Remote like a flashlight to illuminate every dark corner, discover hidden objects and unlock secrets. Players who dread opening a creaky door or touching a strange object can quickly withdraw their hand by releasing the A button. This new feature also serves to scare away any ghosts that may be ambushing you at this moment. In any case, caution is always advisable. Because the players never know what is waiting for them in the dark.

Besides the story mode it offers Project Zero 2: Wii Edition the completely new mode Haunted House - a real test of courage! The players experience the haunted house like the ghost train of an amusement park. With the help of the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk Controller, they move forward and illuminate their surroundings with the flashlight. A series of ever increasing horror scenes provides new gruesome surprises around every corner. To take the horror to the extreme, a second player can join in and use the Wii remote control to suddenly summon more ghosts and create ominous noises. The goal: to scare your teammate so that he jumps out of the chair.

Whether in story mode or in the new haunted house mode: The Project Zero 2: Wii Edition is definitely a scary shocking fun that no horror fan should miss.