Keisuke Kikuchi, the producer of Fatal Frame, shows interest in the revival of the series, but it won't be happening unless Nintendo approves.
It's possible we'll get a new entry of Project Zero/Fatal Frame on Switch soon.
It has been quite some time since a mainline Fatal Frame game has released in North America. The last one, Fatal Frame III, released in 2005 for the PlayStation 2. So to say that fans have been
Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Raven for Wii U has been released in Japan last September, and Nintendo finally woke up and noticed that they have a nice exclusive for their home console just sitting there
For those who can't wait for the Japanese release of Fatal Frame for Wii U tomorrow, you can now watch nearly 30 minutes of the title starting from the very beginning (credit to YouTuber ka kit).
Wii U exclusive, Fatal Frame, gets a new trailer at Tokyo Game Show, giving us a nice look at the plot and gameplay.
A new trailer for Fatal Frame has been released, showing off the way the Wii U's gamepad will be incorporated into play.
First Trailer and Direct Feed Screenshots for Fatal Frame on Wii U Premiere; Looks Quite Good So Far
The Fatal Frame livestream on Nico Nico Douga didn't disappoint in the gameplay department, as a new gameplay trailer was revealed at the event. In addition to it, Tecmo Koei and Nintendo also sent in the first
The horror genre has not been in short supply recently as major titles are coming out left and right for most consoles across the board, and Tecmo Koei has announced a new one to add to the
Producer of Deception IV: Blood Ties Explains Differences Between Sadistic, Elaborate and Humiliating Traps
The Kagero: Deception series wasn't evil enough for Fatal Frame creator Keisuke Kikuchi, who said that Deception IV -- recently announced for Western shores -- would be bringing more "evil" to the series. Today, via the PlayStation
Previously it was reported that Deception IV: Blood Ties was coming to Western shores on February 27th, 2014. Now it seems like that the game will actually becoming to North America on March 25th, and to Europe
It looks like not only is Tecmo Koei resurrecting the old strategy and trap-laying RPG Kagero: Deception series, but they're bringing it back with even more "evil." Produced by Fatal Frame creator Keisuke Kikuchi and with
The critically acclaimed horror-classic Fatal Frame 2: Crimson Butterfly has been confirmed via the Playstation Blog to be coming to the PSN next week as a PS2 classic by series director Makoto Shibata .