Sup. I received files for Kid Icarus: Uprising's pre-release images, and among them are some high quality images from Fatal Frame (for some reason). Not done searching through the files yet, but I have high quality PNG images of the Camera Obscura, the two twins Amakuras, and some butterflies, with more to be found maybe. If you'd like them, let me know, I'll provide them when they're ready. But here's one image for a taste :) (I think this is artwork for the camera in FF2)
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I mean...well, the camera DOES seem to have problems regarding it's ghost fighting abilities..
I'm placing the results here:
Metacritic: 66 (33 reviews) Gamerankings: 66.64% (22 reviews)
Now the results of how many reviewers gave the game each score:
90-99 (1 reviewer) 80-89 (10 reviewers) 70-79 (12 reviewers) 60-69 (2 reviewers) 50-59 (5 reviewers) 40-49 (3 reviewers)
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We're getting close to November. So, any pool ideas?
Lol, I completely agree with this guy. :)
I can't find anywhere the results of the weeks August 8 to August 14 in 2005, August 4 to August 10 in 2008 and August 11 to August 17 in 2008. Does anybody know of any websites with the results?
Just checked Famitsu's Top 30 today and saw FFV peaked at 15th place and still the most sold Wii U title of the week.
That's quite a record for the series, the game is the only of the series to be the most sold of its platform for not just two, but now three consecutive weeks. Way to go, FF V! :)
Now a little rumor, I really hope it's just a rumor. Is it true that Samuel Hadida (producer of the awful Silent Hill: Revelation) will be the producer of the Hollywood Fatal Frame movie?
I guess we know now what kind of "technology" FFV borrowed from DOA 5, lol.
So, I'm very late in doing this, but anyway, I decided to join this fight and spread the word here.
Let's give Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) and Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) tweets with this hashtag to help other FF fans get FFV localized. Let's join this fight too, guys. :)
(Remember this hashtag should be tweeted to Nintendo since they are the bosses, not Tecmo)
wii fatal frame 5 become the last fatal frame game?? i'm worry about that :(
There's a possibility that FFV is going to be released outside of Japan. You guys can check that out by clicking here .
Remember though, no official announcements had been made yet, so it could be just a speculation, but taking consideration of the new hints, this speculation could be a possible fact. :)
So, I decided to come here and congratulate the user MrMaru215 for adding more videos of the upcoming Fatal Frame game. :)
So, I had been in this struggle with myself lately. Thinking about which families should be chosen for the next poll in september. The ones that I chose are the Himuro, Minasaki, Kurosawa,Tachibana, Kiryu, Amakura, Kuze and the Asou families. I want to choose only two of these options. So, any opinions?
Okay, since this is the right thread for it, then let me congratulate the user NoOneInParticular94 for adding to the FF wikia more articles, images and info too. :)
So, an anonymous user just said that the main setting of FFII is also real, and it's called Sugisawa Village. Is this true?
I thought only the Himuro Mansion and the Hikamiyama Mountain (not actually this name in real life) were real.