There's a Fatal Frame game in development for Wii U, according to Japanese magazine Famitsu (translated by Gematsu).
Tecmo's Project Zero - or Fatal Frame as it's known in North America - IP now appears to be co-owned by Nintendo, suggests a report.
The Project Zero (Fatal Frame) team are working on a new, similar-sounding game for 3DS.
Japanese Wii horror game Fatal Frame IV (Project Zero 4) has been translated into English by a determined group of fans.
The newest and fourth instalment in the Fatal Frame (Project Zero) series may be out here on Wii as soon as February.
Nintendo UK has confirmed release dates for a number of Wii and DS titles in Japan, including upcoming Wii games Wario Land Shake and Project Zero IV, both of which are on their way in the next two months.
Speaking to our pals at videogaming247, a Nintendo UK rep confirmed Japanese dates for seven titles in total - but, in a move sure to shock and surprise you all, revealed that there's "nothing announced for Europe right now."
The four DS titles are Band Bros DX on June 26th, Legendary Stafy on July 10th (that's presumably Legendary Stafy 5, the second DS title in the Kirby-like series), Rhythm Tengoku Gold on July 31st (the at-long-last DS conversion of the GBA and arcade classic) and, last but not least, Fire Emblem: New Shadow Dragons and the Blade of Light, on August 7th.
Tecmo has whipped the wrappers off Fatal Frame for Wii at a press conference in Japan.
Its official title is Rei: Tsukihami no Kamen, which roughly means Fatal Frame: The Mask of the Lunar Eclipse.
According to translations from IGN, attendees were shown a two minute CG trailer. Tecmo kept the specifics to itself, mentioning only buzz words "memories", "moon" and "mask".