Nintendo and Koei Tecmo showed Fatal Frame Wii U in action today while also announcing the survival horror game is coming out sooner than later in Japan: September 27.
Roughly translated to English as Fatal Frame: The Black-Haired Shrine Maiden, the newest entry in the franchise — also known as Project Zero in Europe and just Zero in Japan — is set in Hikamiyama, according to a translation by Gematsu. The mountain is known for death, and the game’s protagonist, Kozukata Yuuri, reportedly goes there during the witching hour, when the worlds of the living and dead start to overlap.
There’s a strong focus on water in the trailer, with a huge lake being a major part of the mountain environment. Fatal Frame Wii U purportedly plans to use the water focus to create unease and tension in players, and it sure does work.
As for the gameplay for the…
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