This better be coming to Europe and North America! I'm actually gonna be sort of optimistic about PAL territory because Nintendo of Europe.
Ohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboyohboy, this will be such a perfect fit for the Wii U! SUCH! A! PERFECT! FIT! If it's half as scary as Project Zero 2: Wii Edition it'll be too much to bear! Eeeeeeeeeeee!
I recently learned that the remake of Fatal Frame 2 came out in Europe and Australia; why didn't it come to North America as well? I don't know why Tecmo keeps on releasing these games on Nintendo systems when they inevitably reach fewer people than they did when they were on the PS2 and Xbox.
@X-pert74 'Cause Nintendo funds and publishes the games for them, in a world where survival horror is on the way out, I'd bet. I can only hope Nintendo starts giving the games the worldwide releases they deserve, starting with this one.
@chrisbg99 It seems that they might have co-ownership of the series, but there was some debate about it a while back with certain people interpreting the copyright info as Nintendo merely co-owning the individual games they themselves had helped publish. I'd love to hear the final word on the matter, though, if anybody knows.
Out of the three Nintendo published ones we got two: Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir (you guys got that little experiment too though, right?) and Project Zero 2: Wii Edition. There were indications of Fatal Frame IV coming to Europe, such as a rumored print ad circulating in Spain, but we sadly never got it. Rumors talked about a disagreement between Tecmo and Nintendo when it came to if they should tweak certain parts of the content, and who would deal with that, but I don't know what happened.