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Submitted by Pozzle 970d ago | review

Project Zero 2: Wii Edition | Nintendo Life Review

There aren't many games that have you anxious to slide aside a curtain; Project Zero 2: Wii Edition does. It's a fine example of a survival horror game despite some awkward controls and an over-reliance on cut scenes that occasionally break the moment. Even with these problems the tension remains consistently high thanks to its bleak, intriguing plot, an atmosphere that is second to none and excellent presentation. (Project Zero 2: Wii Edition, Wii) 7/10

level 360  +   970d ago
Hope Sony would take another look at this franchise and bring it back on the PS3 or PS4.
beerkeg  +   970d ago
Well I don't think that will be happening, Nintendo owns the ip.

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