A Good Look At Project Zero 2: Wii Edition In-Game Footage

By Ishaan . May 30, 2012 . 4:34pm

Project Zero 2: Wii Edition is still a month away from release, but Nintendo are trying to keep it on people’s minds, at least in Japan. This week, they uploaded a lengthy new trailer onto the Everybody’s Nintendo Channel for the Wii. It’s nearly six minutes in length, and you can watch it below, courtesy of YouTube user Nintendaan:



Project Zero 2: Wii Edition will be released on June 28th in Japan and June 29th in Europe.

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  • SirRichard

    One day difference between Japan and Europe for a Fatal Frame (sounds better than Project Zero, by far) game. That still amazes me. I know they had a previous translation to work off of, but still.

    So many games in June and July, so little money…

    • Sesshomaru

       Fatal Frame makes more sense that’s for sure. Fatal Frame…get it get it!!!

  • aoihana

    Ah, I saw this on the eShop earlier today, and it looks great! I love how you’re walking around, wondering, waiting for some creepy thing to scare the lights out of you! 

    One part I thought was really creepy was when she goes into a room, and she realizes that there are dozens of bodies littered on the floor, and this creepy ghostly girl starts laughing like a maniac in a flashback. 

    The other part is when she’s going up some steps outside, and this ghost lady in white kind of swoops from underneath, I thought that was creepy! (´Д`。) 

    Ah, I’m excited for it, and it looks great, but you see, I’m a chump with such games. I scare too easily, and I might not even play it! (ノдヽ)

    • KuroiKen

      So, you never played the Zero series? You missed so much, really.
      Yeah, these games ARE scary for real(unlike Biohazard/Silent Hill and some other games), but they also have great story(and a great amount of sad endings, yeah, but not like you can’t get a good ending). The games of the series always had great OSTs as well.
      Ah, forgot to mention, but Zero series are a great choice of game to play with a friend who scares easily, while you already brave enough to play without screaming or jumping on place. Well, might also be a good idea to play it while both are scared as hell, but I never tried.

      • aoihana

        Ah, yeah, I haven’t played any! I’m sure I’ve missed a lot, they look amazing, and I hear great things of them. I’ll have to suck it up and play them, though! Ah, haha, I don’t need a friend who’s scared to hell, I’m already enough! Thanks! 

        • KuroiKen

          They don’t just look amazing, they are amazing. The first game is the scariest game I ever played(best played on Xbox1 or an Xbox360, due to 480p, while the first game on PS2 only supports 480i). The second(this article is about the remake of it – Zero 2: Akai Chou) has the best story throughout the series, dramatic and beautiful, as well as some gameplay improvements in times of PS2/Xbox, but it’s not as scary as the first game. The third game is pretty…well…meh for a Zero game, ’cause Tecmo messed up the atmosphere at some points, and if you ever play it – you’ll understand. The fourth was definitely better, and it was on Wii, which gave the game great amount of new scare tactics, as well as new ways of creating atmosphere.

          • Christopher Nunes

            Where can I get the original two games of the Fatal Frame/Zero series?

          • KuroiKen

            You can probably get them on ebay or some online shops. Also, japanese Xbox1 versions cost a fortune. 

  • AzureNova

    I want this.

    • badmoogle

      Me too but only with the Japanese VA.

  • Is this still only going to Europe?>.<

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