Friday, September 14

Fatal Frame 3

There are personal phases when I want to have that crawling under your skin feeling. So while scouring for what creepy crawlies I could expose my psyche too, I found this ps2 game I haven’t touch; Fatal Frame 3.

It’s a photography game where you use your camera to kills ghosts. You’d probably scoff at the cheesiness at it but I found myself not wanting to switch off the lights after an hour of game play. It’s Ju-on, meets the Ring, meets the Exorcist, meets the.. you get the idea.

You gather points by capturing the sometimes rather fleeting ghosts. Your game pad vibrates ever so cautiously when one is nearby. And as it gets closer, the vibration screams hell.

My most freaky experience was this ghost that crawled out from under some clothes cabinet. Looked at you and crawled back.

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Anyhow, it’s a nice novelty that you press the shutter of your ‘cam’ using the right shoulder button of the ps2 controller; the very finger you use for real life cameras. Small detail, but imagine the vibe of it all lost if it was some ‘X’ button you pressed with your thumb.

Hooray for the Japs for turning anything that runs on batteries to kill ghosts.

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