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Submitted by FrustratedFury 560d ago | opinion piece

Brilliance in Gaming – The Fatal Frame Series

Jae Lee writes: What if I told you that you actually didn’t know all that much about some of your old favorite games? Why it resonated with you so much or perhaps even what made them so great in the first place? What if there were some things in those very games that you took for granted, when in actuality they were flashes of brilliance in game design?

That is exactly what I’m telling you right now.

Don’t believe me? Read on and welcome to “Brilliance in Gaming.” (Culture, Fatal Frame, Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, Fatal Frame III: The Tormented, PS2, PS3)

Skate-AK  +   560d ago
Hands down, one of the best horror series ever created.

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