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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:18am 10/07/12 | 0 Comments
Your Wii might be collecting dust, but if Jickle's words about Project Zero 2: Wii Edition are anything to go by, you might want to dust it off and give the old boy one more run around the block.

Taking what is regarded as one of the scariest games of all time (a big call, I know), Nintendo teamed up with Tecmo Koei to produce a Wii Edition for Project Zero 2 to much success on Nintendo's diminishing console, despite the game being quite old now. This is thanks to revamped visuals, a new camera system and a few cool additions that utilise the Wii's strengths, thought it's still not without its shortcomings.

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