A new Japanese trailer for the upcoming remake of Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly, which has been confirmed for a Wii release later this year in Japan and Europe, has been released by Project Zero.
This new trailer focuses on the game’s story, and while in Japanese, you aren’t missing much on the dialogue front; everything’s pretty self-explanatory.
However, this trailer is beyond strange. For some reason, whoever put this trailer together decided that, instead of using appropriate and traditional horror themes, they were going to use a pop song. It makes the whole game seem like some heroic anime adventure, instead of the super-creepy survival-horror game that it is.
Yeah, that music is giving all sorts of wrong impressions. I think I may have to boot up the original now to remind my brain that the game really is a decent horror game.