Just finished the trial version and these are my first impressions. It's worth more than 5, I'd give it a 7. The controls aren't as good as other Fatal Frame titles as they are a bit clunkier. The only thing I wish this game did was have the camera viewfinder on the TV as well as the gamepad, it's a bit distracting switching between the two. However, you can just play the game from the gamepad and not have to worry about switching, it's slightly disappointing, but fixable.One thing that's made this game a bit more difficult than previous titles is the fact that now you don't just snap pictures of ghosts til they're dead. Instead, when you snap a picture, pieces of the ghost start floating around and you have to snap pictures of them (I counted as many as 4 or 5 on ghosts) before they get absorbed back into the ghost. I didn't play the 4th game, so it could be a completely new mechanic or it could be from the 4th game. I feel this may have been tacked on though as an excuse to use the gamepad to shoot at different angles.I'm probably gonna wait until the game comes down in price, since it hasn't changed all that much from previous titles. I don't know much of the story, but I thought it was a bit funny that most of the prologue was only told through text. It kind of made it seem like a high quality indie game, rather than a more moderate title like the previous games. I'll probably enjoy this nonetheless.