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Would you want a SC Sequel?


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#1 OFFLINE   ナガクラ

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 02:14 AM

The one concept that I liked about SC was the protagonist being the player. If they were to make a sequel I would like an expansion on that similar to Silent Hill Book of Memories where you have power to customize your character and stuff. Maybe the option to choose your dialogue or something similar? And yess no more AR shenanigans. I would like a ether first person or third person exploration in a mansion or something. I would want them to keep the concept of using the 3DS as the camera and maybe a second mode where you dont need to move the 3DS around like in Fatal Frame 5.

Do you want a sequel? If yes what would you like to be improved from the original?


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#2 OFFLINE   MacabrelleEnvy

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Posted 22 January 2015 - 02:15 PM

I'd play a sequel if one was made, but I would hope that they improve the game a lot! I honestly liked having a physical diary to use the AR function for, but I hated having my home environment as the setting. I was hoping they would stick with the digital environment like in the beginning with the manor or in the haunted house mode. Using the DS gyroscope to aim is nice, but I would have liked the option to use the d-pad as well for when i'm stuck travelling or out in public. My biggest disappointments with this game were its length and how little it actually felt like a Fatal Frame title. I wanted to search for keys, battle random ghosts if I explored too long, and upgrade my camera. The story itself was great and fit the series really well, I just wanted more. I had fun with the mini-games but I feel like they focused on them too much. The story/campaign should've been at least twice as long in my opinion, and involve more than talking to a confused ghost then battling repeatedly. Otherwise, I was very excited about the concept so I would love to see another go at a 3DS Fatal Frame title.

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Posted 26 January 2015 - 07:53 AM

After talking about it with midwinter, I think the manga would make a perfect 3DS game.  You have two cameras, the Spirit Stone Flashlight and the Twins' charms and wards as weapons, a cursed mountain, school, village and shrine for locations and a pretty interesting cast of characters to interact with.  There's a lot of clues being hinted at and supplies to find, so it's already halfway like a new game.

 

And I may have dreams of an unlockable shrine maiden outfit for Sara.  ._.



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Posted 04 February 2015 - 02:04 AM

I'd like another hand held Fatal Frame but I wouldn't like another Spirit Camera.  Spirit Camera was fine for a one time thing but if you are going to make another hand held game then I'd prefer it to be a full fledged Fatal Frame on a handheld.



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Posted 04 February 2015 - 08:06 AM

After watching a couple more playthrough videos of the 5th game I'm actually thinking it would be interesting to play a shorter, handhled game based on Kurosawa and her job at the antique shop.

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Anyways, like i've said before I really wanted to see SC more similar to a full fledged game including upgrading the camera and exploring haunted houses and fighting the standard ghosties and not just a few "bosses" and searching for keys and such. I think it's possible even in an SC style game. There is so much potential for AR camera technology in a game where the main mechanic involves a CAMERA! I'm hoping they give it another go as long as they pay attention to the things that didn't quite work and what the fans opinions are :D

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Posted 23 November 2015 - 09:18 PM

God no, it was horrible :/


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Posted 02 December 2016 - 08:27 PM

Imagine a Fatal Frame game on the Nintendo Switch though.  It would be a regular Fatal Frame game on the go which would basically be what a lot of people wanted Spirit Camera to be.



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Posted 13 April 2018 - 07:43 AM

Spirit Camera was a really cool idea, in that the ghosts came into YOUR world and you had to use the manual/notebook in conjunction with the game, I found that really cool.

​On the flipside, personally I am ambivalent to the idea of AR, because it requires you to be in a well enough lit location to work. That said, I would not be against another spin-off of any kind :-)


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#9 OFFLINE   ナガクラ

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 12:41 AM

Its actually a lot better when you use a New 3DS generation handheld because the cameras are better. Anyway, I still want a squeal !


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Posted 09 October 2018 - 04:07 PM

I would love a sequel. It would be fun to incorporate more. Plus I think having a ghost show up in your environment makes the game creepier.






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