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Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden


Tomonobu Itagaki didn’t have anything to do with Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden. However, he seems to think that the Wii U game will be released “in many countries.”

Itagaki wrote on Facebook recently:

“Hey guys, I strongly believe that Kikuchi Keisuke (producer) will release the Fatal Frame V in America, in many countries. He and me have same philosophy from Tecmo days. That’s what I can say for now. I want you guys to read between the lines.
Anyway I will play this game :)”.

Don’t take this as any sort of confirmation that the new Fatal Frame is coming to North America and Europe. Still, Itagaki’s words are interesting. You have to wonder why he feels so “strongly” that it will come outside of Japan.

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Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden has some unlockable outfits. And they’re quite risque, to say the least.

Head past the break for screenshots. You’ve been warned!

Blue bars represent Japanese sales debuts of the various Fatal Frame games. Combining the blue and red bars represents lifetime sales.

All things considered, Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden’s debut wasn’t too terrible. It sold more than the last two games for Wii – a console with a much higher install base.

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Last week’s issue of Famitsu contained the first verdict of Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden. Four reviewers gave the game “7”, “8”, “9”, and “9” for a total of 33 out of 40.

We now have the different texts translated from each if the reviewers. If you’re curious as to what was said, head past the break.

Since Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden’s original announcement, fans have been wondering if the game would leave Japan. While we still don’t have an official answer, Koei Tecmo’s European Twitter account has weighed in. A message posted just a short while ago states that Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden appears to be a Japan-only title.

The full message is as follows:


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