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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Chanser, Mar 22, 2011.
Brix were shat!
This reminds me of Fatal Frame IV!
Because in NA the wii is a family friendly console. Can't have no scary shit on there right?
No More Heroes, No More Heroes 2, Mad World, and a lot more.
looks like nanashi no game for the DS soem of the zombies
Looks OK, pray for a translation or a PAL/NTSC-U version
My friends speculated its because of the audience. Japanese horror and American horror are quite different. We were playing Fatal Frame IV and while I was shitting my pants like the pansy I am, they were rather unphased by it. On the other hand, they were consistently scared of Silent Hill 2 (which we were also playing) but eventually it wasn't that scary to me. That's our theory at least.
Plus if these "mature" Wii games don't really sell that well (and honestly, they don't), what would make a mature Japanese horror game sell any better?
I think this may be true, after all, they definitely differ about if a game that is "too hard" should be brought over.
I like how mature-themed games have a black Wii logo on them.
It's not that mature-themed games have a black Wii logo on them, games rated C or up by CERO have them. So you could have a completely idiotic and not mature at all Wii/3DS game that involves lots of blood and/or sex and it would still be black.
I think this is that wii horror game that uses the balance board. Could be wrong though.
Has anyone actually tried this? If so is it playable at all or to dependant on Japanese text because it looks pretty interesting.
I hope that a team can translate it. For example Fatal Frame IV.
I think that this game will not realese in USA or Europe.
OH it's in japanese," it should be good" posers....
finally found the game but i cant get it to work it goes past the health warning screen and then freezes with a bunch of random letters and numbers.
Same here. Tried GX, Wiiflow, and CFG. Just freezes after the warning screen.
uff im in the same, im searching how to, but no luck