bloodyaftertaste wrote:What is it even about. That does sound pretty cool, but what if the previous person doesn't set something out for you because you just missed it. Are you screwed? Though I'm still a bit hesitant if it is going to make me dizzy.
Unless you have problems with seizures, it shouldn't make you dizzy. The sightjacking in the PS2 version was much easier on the eyes. You could only view through the eyes of one shibito at a time.
As for the story
That's the basic premise, but the plot gets MUCH more interesting as time goes on, and
which is when things get really creepy in that game. Also, when you're sightjacking them, they make the creepiest sounds/noises I've ever heard. Obviously I can't replicate them, you have to hear them to believe it.
And, to answer the question, yes and no. Yes, you are screwed, but, the game works on a stage select function. You don't actually just go through the game on a straight path. There are many ways to go through the game, but sadly
the ending is always the same.
How it works, is that you have to unlock certain requirements to unlock stages, which are basically certain points in time that are in a certain character's perspective. This has got to be one of the worst parts of this game. If they had just kept everything else the same, and only improved upon this aspect (like making it so you don't have to find EVERYTHING to actually beat the game) this would have probably been the best survival horror game to date. But, that system is what makes the Fatal Frame series a better candidate. I still love Siren dearly though