secretstaircase: Primrose peers into the the house hidden in the brambles (Zero - Yashuu - suspicious)
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Slightly later than expected (sorry!), here's the first discussion topic. A nice easy one to break the ice.

Which Fatal Frame game is your favourite, and why?

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Date: 2010-10-02 11:01 pm (UTC)
inarticulate: Ginshu from Amatsuki smiling. (she sees you when you're sleeping)
From: [personal profile] inarticulate
In terms of gameplay, my favorite is probably II-- it just feels the most streamlined and polished to me. In general, though, my favorite is III. I love Rei and Miku, I love Reika and Kyouka, and I love playing the game.

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Date: 2010-10-04 03:10 am (UTC)
tanamy: Aya Brea, from The 3rd Birthday (Default)
From: [personal profile] tanamy
I liked the first one quite a bit.

It's not as polished as the later games, but exploring the Himuro mansion & taking pictures of the ghosts was something new and cool.

Up until then, I had mostly played Resident Evil, and it was much scarier to have a camera instead of a shotgun.

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Date: 2010-10-05 12:21 am (UTC)
kallah: (Default)
From: [personal profile] kallah
Hm. It's a tossup between the first and the second, I think.

Takamine's group adds an interesting layer to the first game - they're painfully aware of what's happening to them and desperately trying to solve it, just the way Miku is. It's also the only game where some of the ghosts seem to have some degree of self-awareness - Takamine showing Miku where an item is hidden, and Munakata trying to tell Miku not to be afraid during that boss fight.

The second game is the most emotionally involving, though, with the excellent flashbacks and the Spirit Stone Radio, and the way it demonstrates just how damaging the ritual was to the survivors.


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