New information about Fatal Frame for the Wii U emerges, and it sounds pretty awesome.
ok now talking about scary games :D that is so awesome. bring on the wester release date and i will not fight my excitement for this.
Nintendo is bringing that heat!
I hope they put a little bit more effort into the graphics. That trailer they showed before didn't look any better than Fatal Frame 2 on the Wii aside from the lights and water. I will certainly like being able to move around in open areas. no more fighting ghosts in narrow corridors where they initiate attacks from behind walls preventing you from being able to take action to dodge them.
I wonder if this have some connection with FF IV. I mean, FF I, II, and III had connections like letters and characters (with FF III act as the finale for all FF I - III characters).
This is the one game that makes me want to buy a Wii-U; this and Zelda/Mario. On the side note: I don't know what kind of fashion-culture Japan has at the moment among women, but isn't it high time to somehow lessen the sexy wardrobe and lean more towards game location-appropriate? I've seen the damp, swampy areas in the game, and most women won't even dare wear skimpy outfits like that. But who knows? Maybe they weren't supposed to be in this place to begin with. A club perhaps?
I gotta admit, I chuckled when the girl in the trailer went to the forest to search for the missing girl IN THE RAIN...and she chose to wear short-shorts, a shirt without shoulders, and heeled boots. Probably not the most practical outfit for muddy forest exploring. lol
Exactly.Why do Japanese too like short skirt or skimpy outfit. Beautiful? I don't see like this. Depending on each cases that it is beautiful or not. Example, one nobel girl can't wear clothes too sexy, she will look as a bitch. Disappoint !
I swear if they dont use the gamepad as a camera...
The Wii U was made for this game. That being said, has there been any word about a possible western release?
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.