New Game Plus: Between the Kimonos

Miku Hinasaki’s excellent adventure continues as we crawl through Chapter 2 of Project Zero in an attempt to fill out our Ghost List further.

The ghosts we have to capture this time around are some of the trickiest in the game, but if you believe in yourself, you can do anything, anything!

Eventually, anyway. Hit the jump to see how this latest misadventure went.

We make good progress through Chapter 2 for the most part in this episode… before running into some difficulties towards the end. Time to break out the trusty buzzer again…

There actually aren’t that many more “wandering” ghosts we need to grab before we’ve got all of them. Trouble is, some of them are absolute bastards to capture… such as one little shit who likes to hide behind kimonos and run away at high speed.

Still, it’ll all be worth it in the end… it’ll all be worth it… at least I keep telling myself that!


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