Sorry, no Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water review yet.
That includes a new entry and remasters
Last October, the series producer of Fatal Frame, Keisuke Kikuchi, said he'd be open to revisiting this horrifying IP. Now, in a follow-up exchange, he's explained as much as he personally would like to see another game happen, ultimately it's Nintendo's decision, as it has the publishing rights to the...
A scary thought
There's quite a good selection of survival horror games on the Switch, but one series currently missing from the line-up is Fatal Frame. Speaking to Nintendo Everything, series producer Keisuke Kikuchi said he'd be open to revisiting Koei Tecmo's terrifying IP. Yeah, I do want to make a Fatal Frame on Switch. I think it'd be a ton...
Possibly Fatal Frame, too
This generation in particular has seen the rise of more games being released in a digital-only format, something that has more or less been a double edged sword. On one hand, this has enabled publishers to localise titles that would otherwise have been deemed too risky to release in western markets, but this also has no...
Evidently, ghosts are less likely to appear in dry climates
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water released only a couple weeks ago to generally positive acclaim. While the game may be a bit repetitive in some places, its integration of the GamePad as the Camera Obscura was a clever move that really added a whole new layer of immersion to the...
Get spooked on the go and at home
Well, the night is here, when we indulge in dressing up and scares like there's no tomorrow. Halloween has become increasingly popular all around the world, and a decent option for getting our share of spooks is to jump into the action with some suitable games. Despite the - inaccurate - perception that Nintendo...
Legend of Zelda! Fatal Frame! Gunslugs 2! Slender! More!
It's time for Nintendo Download Update goodness, North American gamers, and this week actually has quite a lot to offer. There are major 3DS retail games, a much anticipated Wii U title and an interesting range of download-only games on both systems. All told it could be - whisper it - a good...
Out with the smut, in with Samus and Zelda
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water (or Project Zero if you're in Europe) is out this week, and as we reported a few days back, comes with unlockable Nintendo-themed costumes which are exclusive to the western edition. These costumes replace the more revealing lingerie bonus outfits that were included in...
The Fatal Frame series lives again
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is comprised of three interconnected stories that converge to uncover the truth behind a recent string of tragic deaths in a forest marred by a history of suicides.
As one of three people with the power of the Camera Obscura and the ability to see the shadows of those spirited away, you'll explore the ruins of an eerie inn, a shrine filled with life-size dolls, and a lake full of dead priestesses. Each shadowy location is connected by a stream of water flowing throughout the mountain, and this once holy water is tied to the darkest mystery of all—the history of death and darkness on Mt. Hikami.
- Survive this horrifying new entry in the Fatal Frame series
- Explore sinister locales like an underground cave for human sacrifices and a shrine for life-sized dolls
- Use the Wii U GamePad controller as your Camera Obscura—your only defense against fatal ghosts
- Mt. Hikami is coursing with inexplicably dangerous water; stay dry or die
- Investigate and stay alive on the deadly Mt. Hikami