Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is a survival horror game developed by Koei Tecmo, and published by Nintendo for Wii U, and by Koei Tecmo for additional platforms.
It is the fifth mainline instalment in the Fatal Frame franchise.
Dynasty Warriors 9 Empires has sold 150,000 copies in Japan and Asia while Blue Reflection: Second Light has sold 120,000 copies worldwide.
The newest Switch exclusive sold over 163,000 units in Japan at launch. Super Robot Wars 30 and Fatal Frame also saw solid debuts.
Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water skims the surface as a remaster but holds up well as a great horror game.
Series director Makoto Shibata speaks with GamingBolt about the upcoming remaster.
Fatal Frame's series director Makoto Shibata has hinted at the possibility of more remasters of previous entries in the franchise.
Koei Tecmo's horror game returns- here's what you should know about it.
Explore Mt. Hikami with three different protagonists and attempt to uncover its secrets when Koei Tecmo's horror classic releases later this month.
The remaster of the last Fatal Frame game gets an extended playthrough demo via the Japanese outlet Famitsu.
Xbox One and PS4 players can upgrade to their current-gen versions at no additional cost. Koei Tecmo will provide more details "soon."
Keisuke Kikuchi has hopes that the upcoming remaster for the series' 20th anniversary will lead to a new roll of film for the horror franchise.
Overview trailer showcases the new Photo Mode and extra costumes along with an Atelier Ryza costume as a pre-purchase bonus.
Survive the trials of Mt. Hikami as three different protagonists, using the Camera Obscura to fend off ghosts and unearth mysteries.
Another fan campaign for Nintendo. This is getting to be a bit too familiar now.
The horror of this cannot be overstated.
Exclusively for Wii U.
Huge rise in electricity bills for all western homes incoming.
Damn that looks terrifying.
No western date confirmed yet though.