New Fatal Frame announced for Wii U
Plus, a host of other Fatal Frame stuff on the way.
Tecmo Koei and Nintendo are working together on the next entry in the horror adventure series Fatal Frame for Wii U, the duo announced.
A title and release date for the project have not been announced.
In conjunction with the new game’s development, Tecmo Koei is expanding the franchise through a series of new multimedia expansions.
From Kadokawa Corporation, a live-action film starring Seventeen magazine models Ayami Nakajo and Aoi Morikawa is in production for a fall release, with Bilocation director Mari Asato confirmed in the director’s seat.
From Kadokawa Horror Bunko and Multiple Personality Detective Psycho and The Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service author Eiji Otsuka, an original novel is due out in August.
And from Kodansha and Kindaichi Case Files writer Shin Kibayashi (known by his pen name Tadashi Agi), a comic is also planned.
The latest original entry in the Fatal Frame series, Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse, launched for Wii in Japan in July 2008. It was never localized. A remake of Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly launched for Wii in Japan and Europe in June 2012, but was never localized in North America.
25 years ago today, in Japan the Game Boy was released, it is the console that kicked of the Handheld gaming world, here is some information about the console:
- Japan – 21st April 1989.
- USA – 31st July 1989.
- UK – 28th September 1990.
- Japan – 12,000 Yen (13.179 Yen by today’s standard).
- USA – $89.99 ($171.48 by today’s standard).
- UK – £69.99 (£154 by today’s standard) Tetris came with the console at this price.
- Discontinued 23rd March 2003.
- Sold 100.00+ million units worldwide.
- Over 700 game titles released.
- Play It Loud!(January 1st 1995).
- Game Boy Pocket(1996).
- Game Boy Light(14th April 1998).
Finally Some Advertisements From That Time:
Game Boy Spec Sheet
Game Boy Commercials
Newo Asteroids has been updated to version 2.9, here are the changes:
Version 2.9 – April 16, 2014
- Adjustments for widescreen tvs
- Bug fixes and optimizations
A member of NeoGaf posted a link to the Korean RRA, in which it shows that they have approved a “Nintendo Video Player”, so what is this device, here is a screenshot:
3DS Scene release group BigBlueBox have released the 3DS SDK version 6.2.0, the SDK contains numerous ,cia and .csu files, i cannot link any files, i assume that most of you will know where to get the SDK anyway.