And just as things were looking their bleakest for the Wii U, Tecmo lens a hand. Gematsu The cavalry's arrived... late, sure, but, uh, better that than never? The Wii U is in sore need of third party support, so this is a pleasant surprise, though the choice of franchise is a bit odd. The last original Fatal Frame came out 6 years ago and never made it out of Japan. An exclusive is an exclusive, but one has to wonder how much of a draw this really will be. Then again, this is supposed to coincide with a big media push (there's a film, a novel, and a comic in various stages of production), so maybe they're hoping that'll change. In any case, the game's likely very far from release. Fatal Frame fans left in the dark will just have to let things develop.