Project Zero VS Fatal Frame

Project Zero VS Fatal Frame

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In the japanese edition of Fatal Frame (Project Zero), the protagonist, Miku, was a young schoogirl. In the American version, she is more mature and with casual clothes, as a way of making her seem more ‘appropriate’ for the American Audience.

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