Another unexpected treat during yesterday's Nintendo Direct presentation was the reveal that the Wii U Fatal Frame game is westward bound. There weren't too many specific details on the release, but Nintendo's Bill Trinen talked over a bit of footage and said it's due out later this year. Hit the jump for some gameplay.
Fatal Frame: The Raven-Haired Shrine Maiden is getting ready to launch its scares on Wii U in Japan tomorrow, and it's bringing a special guest along for the ride. Ayane from Dead or Alive will be playable in her own mission, which is unlocked after completing the main game. Screens and more after the jump.
Fatal Frame: The Raven-Haired Shrine Maiden creeps ever closer to its September 27 debut on Wii U in Japan, so Nintendo has a handful of new videos to promote it. Dig into a new trailer and a couple TV spots after the jump.
Early last month we got a look at the official international teaser trailer for Zero, the live-action Fatal Frame film coming from Kadokawa Pictures and director Mari Asato (Ju-On: Black Ghost, Ring of Curse). See a new full trailer after the jump.
A new Fatal Frame game was announced for Wii U back in April, and thanks to a recent NicoNico Live event, we now have our first look at Zero: Nuregarasu no Miko, AKA Fatal Frame: The Black-Haired Shrine Maiden. Hit the jump for video and more.
Kadokawa Pictures has posted an "international," official English subtitled version of the teaser trailer for the live-action Fatal Frame movie, also know as Zero. Directed by Mari Asato (Ju-on: Black Ghost, Ring of Curse), Zero follows Aya Tsukimori, a high school student who gets cursed just before a wave of student drownings plague her town. Check it out after the jump.
Building up to the next Fatal Frame game is a live-action film titled Zero. Directed by Mari Asato (Ju-on: Black Ghost, Ring of Curse), Zero follows Aya Tsukimori, a high school student who gets cursed just before a wave of student drownings plague her town. See a teaser after the jump.
The Fatal Frame series seems like the perfect fit for Wii U and its GamePad, so it's good to hear that Nintendo is partnering up with Tecmo Koei for a new entry in the series on Wii U. There's currently no title or release date for the game. Hit the jump for more.