Project Zero

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Restricted to persons 16 years and over.

NOTE: Contains horror scenes. Contains violence.

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"Want to be scared?" Purchased on Mighty Ape

I was very surprised by this game as it was unique and offered a weapon in the form of a camera, by only having a camera for your protection against ghosts, it makes you feel vulnerable and care that much more about your character.

The storyline, setting and the soundtrack constantly play on your fears of the unknown.

This is a worthwhile game with replayability and is a better version of the PS2.

Playing this game at night with the lights off and nobody around is not recommended, unless you really want to be scared out of your wits.


Project Zero takes place in a dilapidated, haunted mansion and nearby surrounding area. Unlike other survival horror games which focus on heavy combat with traditional weapons such as handguns and shotguns, the unique twist in Project Zero is that the player needs to use a camera and take pictures of the supernatural beings to dispose of them. The designers focused heavily on developing a creepy, unsettling game atmosphere, complete with darkened hallways, sticky cobwebs, and rotting staircases.


  • A variety of new hidden costumes for Miku (the heroine) to unlock.
  • Updated interior items and additional 3D objects spread throughout the game. The development team paid even closer attention to specific details on this new version while creating their authentic Japanese haunted mansion to give it an even more eerie atmosphere.
  • More than 10 never-before-seen rare ghosts will bring new terror to the Xbox version, where consumers will encounter an even more terrifying experience.
  • New final game play mode called the Fatal Mode. This final terrifying level which includes increased difficulty during battle and a new enemy story will increase the fear factor in this final bone-chilling chapter of the game.
  • Once the player has beaten the Fatal mode they will experience an alternative ending that promises to reveal new answers to some of the mysteries surrounding the Himuro mansion.
  • Release date NZ
    May 30th, 2003
    Game Platform
    • Xbox
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