Fatal Frame coming to Wii in 2011

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 21:04 GMT


It’s about damn time.

A new Fatal Frame is heading to Wii in 2011, according to Nintendo and some screenshots released for it today.

Unfortunately, that’s about all the information we have at this point, but we’ll send a mail to both Nintendo and Tecmo/Koei.

Looking at the screens, it appears to be a Crimson Butterfly remake, considering sisters Mio and Mayu are featured in the shots.

Unless the developers think everyone got the same ending in Fatal Frame II, the happy one, this is likely a re-make instead of a new adventure for the twins.

We’ll still check though.

Here’s hoping Nintendo and co. don’t pull a Fatal Frame IV and only release it in Japan.


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