Despite being out for close to two years now, the Wii U has a startling lack of quality games among its library. The problem is a lack of third party support, which has kept studios like EA and Ubisoft from bringing their games to Nintendo’s platform. Thankfully, we have at least one new game to look forward to, and it’s of the horror persuasion. Today, Tecmo Koei and Nintendo announced they’ll be bringing a new Fatal Frame to the Wii U.
The only problem is we don’t know whether or not the game will be arriving stateside, or leaving Japan at all. Fatal Frame IV didn’t.
And if this new Fatal Frame doesn’t leave Japan, we still have DreadOut.
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