The Project Zero (Fatal Frame) team are working on a new, similar-sounding game for 3DS.
Japanese publisher Tecmo Koei has poured cold water on a rumour that a Fatal Frame game is in development for the PlayStation 3.
Rarely has a such a great series been dogged by such careless disregard. Passed around no fewer than four publishers for its first three incarnations, the fact the Fatal Frame series - known as Project Zero in Europe when it bothers to show up here - never gained more than a loyal cult following has been a perennial source of frustration for survival horror fans.
As if that wasn't bad enough, Nintendo has elected to deny Western gamers the Wii-exclusive fourth chapter in the series, The Mask of the Lunar Eclipse.
Thank goodness for the internet, then. Undeterred, a talented group of fans set about developing an unofficial English-language patch which, remarkably, also manages to circumvent region-locking shenanigans, giving import gamers peace of mind that they can go ahead and buy the game without having to consider shady hardware modifications.