If you really think about it, Asian horror films have all the key ingredients for a perfect anime series. Great visuals, expert character development, and some truly unique and terrifying storylines. Here's a few of Asian horror films that should absolutely be adapted as anime. Wanna know more? Hit the jump to read on!
Gust unveiled some more Nights of Azure 2 details during a live stream, including DLC costumes that will be unique to various platforms. PlayStation 4 and PS Vita players can look forward to a Millennia costume from Deception IV: The Nightmare Princess, while Nintendo Switch players will be able to dress up as Yuri Kozutaka from Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. Read on for more.
There's no better way to cut the relentless tension of a Fatal Frame game than a bit of in-game cosplay, right? While that might not be enough to make Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water less terrifying, you can still try by dressing up protagonists Miu Hinasaki and Yuri Kozutaka as Zelda and Samus, respectively. Hit the jump for more.
Rather than trickle out more individual dates, Nintendo went ahead and lined up launches for the rest of its 2015 stable. Among the newly confirmed dates are Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water and Star Fox Zero, which hit Wii U in October and November, respectively. Hit the jump for more.
Nintendo's Treehouse Live decided to get a little spooky for day three, dimming the lights to make way for a gameplay demo of Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water. Watch the English version in action after the jump.
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.