Fatal Frame for Wii U Gets Western Release | Broken Joysticks


Fatal Frame for Wii U Gets Western Release

Nintendo officially announced the western release of Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water at E3 on Tuesday. The game came out in Japan last year and is exclusive to the Wii U.

The concept of the game comes from Japanese-style horror which revolves around Japanese buildings, using cameras, and the fear of “getting wet”. The game takes place in a big environment involving mountains, lakes and graveyards. According to the game producer, Keisuke Kikuchi, there will be many damp areas and quite scary figures, like traditional Japanese ghost girls who appear completely drenched in water.

While the game has no firm release date it is scheduled to be released in the fall. It’s developed by Koei Tecmo and will undoubtedly be rated M.



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