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16th Apr '16 1:13:39 PM catmuto
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** Confirmed. Fatal Frame V is available in the western market, though some countries only have it as a digital purchase.



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7th Aug '15 9:59:38 AM harostar
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* It helps that the director says the team considers this the canon ending.

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* It helps that the director says the team considers this the canon ending.
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[[WMG: The true endings for the fifth game.]]
* Yuuri's Ending: [[spoiler: The Good Ending, as this is the ending that actually shows the Curse being lifted and the mountain being purified]].
* Ren's Ending: [[spoiler: Ren chooses Shiragiku, and opts to stay with her. This ending is the only one of the four options that ends differently, with him ending up back in front of the shrine instead of merely standing in the Marriage House alone]].
* Miu's Ending: [[spoiler: This is the most difficult to settle on, as there aren't any obvious clues which ending stands out more. However, Miu's Good ending is likely the true one since there is absolutely no indications of Miku already being dead throughout the game. She doesn't behave anything like the other characters from the series that were DeadAllAlong (Itsuki, Kirishima), and no one else seems to find anything odd about her]].
26th Jul '15 6:26:03 PM MoonByte
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It would also explain why literally every character in the village refers to Mio as Yae. The ghosts SEE Yaes soul inside Mio and think she has returned.
23rd Feb '15 4:56:06 PM Disneylover818
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[[WMG: Mio and Mayu are slowly going mad in All Gods Village.]]
* They find an abandoned village where there's written text about a ritual sealing off the Hellish Abyss. They believe that the seal breaking is the reason why they're seeing all these ghosts. So they believe that they have to perform the Crimson Butterfly Ritual, which leads to Mio strangling her sister, and restore balance.
20th Feb '15 12:44:38 PM FelinaofL2
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* This could tie into the Japanese folklore belief about twins being [[{{StarCrossedLovers}} reincarnated lovers]]. Take that as you will.
13th Jan '15 2:21:16 AM Sleepy_Eyes
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[[WMG: Rui Kagamiya from the fifth game is [[AmbiguousGender non-binary or trans male]]]]
* Or some variation thereof. Rui's design is deliberately gender-ambiguous, as it's based off a male character in a series of mysteries, who in one adaptation was played by a woman. The WMG goes beyond Rui's appearance, however. Rui doesn't seem to know how to respond when Shiragiku asks "Big brother?... Big sister?", and gets somewhat prickly when Ren's somewhat awkward attempts at compliments come across as particularly gendered (like when he says they look "like a model" after taking their picture).
29th Nov '14 8:37:11 PM Kanjilearner
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** Not quite. IIRC, part of the ritual is that each twin must have some kind of hidden resentment towards the other. The reason Itsuki and Mutsuki failed was because Itsuki absolutely could not hate anything about his brother (which sort've translates into "loved him too much.")

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** Not quite. IIRC, part of the ritual is that each twin must have some kind of hidden resentment towards the other. The reason Itsuki and Mutsuki failed was because Itsuki absolutely could not hate anything about his brother (which sort've sort of translates into "loved him too much.")





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\n* Similarly, the "Frozen Butterfly" ending could be seen as Mayu venting her own rage on Mio for being [[MySisterIsOffLimits so overly protective of her.]]

19th Nov '14 1:04:49 AM ergeis
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[[WMG: V will receive a Western release]]
* They seem to insist on an American film release, maybe they want to release it overseas.
1st Nov '12 1:50:28 PM kazokuhouou
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[[WMG: It never mattered which twin died.]]
* [[spoiler: Check the Frozen Butterflies ending in Deep Crimson Butterfly. By all appearances, Mayu strangled Mio, and what was probably Mio's butterfly landed on her corpse. That could indicate that it doesn't matter ''which'' twin dies, as long as ''one'' of them does.]] My guess is that the 'older twin strangles the younger twin' custom was decreed by the earliest practicioners of the ritual to leave it to chance and avoid interhouse fighting on which twin would live and which would die...and effectively take the choice out of their hands by decreeing that the elder HAS to die and the younger HAS to live.
* Or alternately [[spoiler: since Mayu always considered herself the elder and Mio the younger, the abyss bought it, regardless that Mio would have been considered the 'elder' by custom.]]
1st Nov '12 1:49:57 AM kazokuhouou
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* It helps that the director says the team considers this the canon ending.
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