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  1. Here's the game's official page on Nintendo.com. Notice how it has an orange border around the artwork for the game? Retail releases have official box art, like ZombiiU you can see at the bottom of the page. You can spot the same orange border around Kirby: Squeak Squad and other games recently released solely on the eShop, if you need more examples. Would the new Fatal Frame being eShop exclusive deter you from buying the game? I think if someone feels a franchise is underrepresented, and wants to support it, they should be willing to buy it no matter what form it takes upon release.
  2. One of the biggest announcements to come out of today's Nintendo Direct was the news that a new Fatal Frame game will be joining the North American Wii U lineup this Fall. Originally released in Japan last year as Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Maiden, it's unknown what its localized title will be just yet, but the game does make heavy use of the Wii U Gamepad that acts as a camera in-game that allows you to see things in the environment you wouldn't otherwise see. Fatal Frame is revered as one of the last big series that stays true to the survival horror genre, and Oracle of the Sodden Maiden was critically acclaimed by many Japanese outlets last year. Our own Luduno even picked it as his #1 game of the year for 2014, so definitely keep an eye on this one if you're a fan of survival horror. Source: Nintendo Direct Are you excited for a new Fatal Frame game?
  3. The horror franchise Fatal Frame is making its way to the Wii U. Tecmo Koei announced that they are working with Nintendo on a new entry in the series but could not yet provide a release date or title. This is exciting news for Wii U fans who would like to see more from the struggling console. The survival horror game is a solid addition to the Wii U's lineup of exclusives. We will bring you more on Fatal Frame as it becomes available. Source: Gematsu via Famitsu Is this a promising announcment for Wii U owners?
  4. If you already beat Fatal Frame and need more creepy Japanese ghosts and haunted mansions, then you're in luck. Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly will be available for purchase on the PlayStation Store this upcoming Tuesday. In Fatal Frame II, you take control of twins Mio and Mayu Amakura. Both have a strong sixth sense (though Mio's is weaker than Mayu's). And while wandering through the woods, they both find a seemingly abandoned village after following a red butterfly. Your only weapon is an antique camera with the power to dispel ghosts. Have you ever played a game in the Fatal Frame series? Will you buy Fatal Frame II off of the PlayStation Store?
  5. Marcus Estrada

    Fatal Frame Haunting PSN This Week

    Of all the horror series out there, Fatal Frame has definitely managed to be one of the scariest. The series began in 2001 for PS2 and saw two sequels on the system. Later, a fourth game was brought to Japanese Wii systems exclusively via developer Grasshopper Manufacture. The Wii also saw a re-release of Fatal Frame II. Nintendo once again got some love with the more recent spinoff Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir. Fatal Frame will be available as a PS2 Classic with the PS Store update tomorrow. No price was listed, but these games generally cost $10. That may be the best deal available considering the first three games are often sold for $20 each. The original Fatal Frame focused on a woman searching for her older brother who disappeared in a mansion. Of course, this mansion is bursting with ghosts, which makes her task pretty difficult. The main trait of Fatal Frame games is the Camera Obscura which allows players to photograph ghosts to stop them in their tracks. Are you excited to see Fatal Frame on PSN? Are the next two games set to follow?