Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden Will Take 16GB Space

By   /   Sep 16, 2014

According to an official Nintendo webpage, the upcoming Wii U exclusive Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden is going to have a 16GB file size and another 32MB is required for game saves.

The page further revealed that no other controller except the Wii U gamepad will be compatible with the game. The gamepad will be a crucial gameplay element. Players will be able to defeat evil spirits using the “Camera Obscura”.

Wii U gamepad will help players in achieving ideal photographic angles by tilting the gamepad to bring the viewfinder in the present in-game view by holding it up.

Unfortunately, the game is only announced for a Japanese release so far but as soon we hear something regarding a release in other regions, we will let you know.

To know more about how the game plays out, its setting, Protagonist Yuuri and most of all the legendary Camera Obscura, follow the link here.

Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden aka Zero: Nuregarasu no Miko will be available in Japan starting September 27, 2014.

Earlier image used in the article was by Kira Hokuten.

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