Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water Review

Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water Developer: Koei Tecmo Publisher: Nintendo Platforms: Wii U Release Date: Out Now Price: AU$79.95 – Available Here | US$49.99 – Available Here Overview Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water is one of those games that shouldn’t really exist. The game is the fifth installment in a previous Japanese-exclusive franchise, whose games were mostly on PlayStati...

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water Not Forgotten, Coming Out Next Week

One would think that, considering the Wii U’s current game line-up going into the holiday season, that Nintendo of America would be trying to promote the release of an exclusive horror game coming out during October but it appears that the company is practically going out of their way to ignore that the game exists and is going to be released as a digital download (that will likely require e...

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water European Release Date Announced

Nintendo has announced at Gamescom that they are planning on releasing Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water in Europe, where it is called Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water, on October 30th for the Wii U. Starting on this day a trial version of the game will also be made available for download with the prologue and the first two chapters of the game available in the demo. The company continued to r...

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water Launching this Fall in North America

While we had known that Nintendo was planning on bringing the latest Fatal Frame over for the Wii U, we did not know exactly what the game would be called in the West until today when they released an E3 trailer as well as a release window. Upon release the title will be called Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water and will be launching in North America this fall. As you can see in the trailer below,...

Fatal Frame Wii U localization hinted at by Tomonobu Itagaki

While this is as far from a confirmation as you can get, as he no longer works for Team Ninja or Koei Tecmo, Tomonobu Itagaki, who currently works at Valhalla Game Studios, has hinted that a localization of the Wii U’s Fatal Frame title The Raven Haired Shrine Maiden in a response on his Facebook page. Responding to a fan on his page, Itagaki stated the following: “Hey guys, I strongly...

Ayane enters Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden

Koei Tecmo has announced that Dead or Alive’s Ayane will be entering the world of Fatal Frame as a bonus mission. After the player finishes Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden, a mission where Ayane will be the playable character will be unlocked. Ayane travels to the mountain in order to save a new character named Tsumugi Katashina who she must find using a mystical purple thread sh...

Creepy Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden trailer released for TGS

Since Tokyo Game Show has kicked off today, Nintendo and Koei Tecmo have taken the chance to release a brand new trailer for Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden. The trailer, which can be found below, features plenty of creepy imagery and then shatters it a bit with a peppy song called “In This Cage.” We have previously seen some gameplay footage of Fatal Frame: The Black Haire...

Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden gameplay trailer released

Today Nintendo released the first gameplay footage for Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden and with this trailer the company shows how Koei Tecmo will be making use of the Wii U’s Gamepad in order to not only capture hidden objects on photo, but also as a tool to fend off aggressive spirits by taking pictures of them. Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden is currently set to be...

Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden announced for Wii U

Remember how Koei Tecmo and Nintendo were supposed to reveal a new Fatal Frame yesterday? Well they did and we now have an official name for the game as well as some screenshots and gameplay footage. The title is called Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden and is set to be released in Japan on September 27th this year for the Wii U. Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden takes place in...

Fatal Frame Wii U to be shown off on July 17

You may remember that back in April a new Fatal Frame game was announced for the Wii U. Well since that time we haven’t heard anything about the game, though a few deals concerning a live-action movie and a manga came out since then. Well it seems like Koei Tecmo will be holding a presentation this Thursday on NicoNico at 13:30 Japan time which is 12:30AM Eastern Time. Currently it is unknow...

New Fatal Frame game announced for Wii U

Fatal Frame fans have probably given up hope that they would see another game released in the series, considering the last game in the Fatal Frame series, Mask of the Lunar Eclipse for the Wii, was never released in the West and even a remake of Fatal Frame II for the Wii was only localized for release in Europe but not North America. Well today Famitsu has revealed that Tecmo Koei and Nintendo ar...

Deception IV: Blood Ties Set To Be Released in March 2014

Tecmo Koei have announced that their upcoming title Deception IV: Blood Ties will be released in Europe on March 28th and March 25th in the US for the PlayStation 3 and the PlayStation Vita Handheld System. This is the follow-up game for Tecmo’s Devil’s Deception, the first game of this series released in 1996 for the PlayStation. Players will have the ability to play on the side of ev...

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