Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly Playthrough

Calling PlayStation 2 and survival horror fans – those of you who are already familiar with the Drunk in a Graveyard Twitch channel will know that we spent a good chunk of our quarantine working through a playthrough of the PlayStation 3 port of Fatal frame 2: Crimson Butterfly.
This isn’t really news. We cover video games a lot over here, it’s nothing new, and our Twitch channel has been made up entirely of retro horror games that left their mark.

The Fatal Frame series, in its heyday, was once referred to the as the “scariest” games around, with many players unable to finish playthroughs. I remember spending hours doing a run through of Fatal Frame and Fatal Frame 2 on my PlayStation 2, and just being so affected by these stories of love and loss and grief, and madness. The games left me feeling so haunted.
It only made sense to share my love for this game on our Twitch.
If you missed the streams – I’ve archived the videos on YouTube.


Part 1:

Part 2:

Part 3:

Part 4:

Part 5:

Part 6 (with Crimson Butterfly ending)

And for those of you who had asked – the end theme to Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly is by Amano Tsukiko and is called “Chou”

The song is completely chilling and totally fits the decidedly creepy atmosphere of the game, and for everyone who played along with me, especially Beth, Chris, Derek and Steve – thanks for tuning it. This was a fun one.

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