Although I am still not sure if review-server levels will still be around once retail-server version comes out.
My son made a difficult Mario Maker level but he cleared it for upload, so good luck out there everybody.
I mean we can’t go from screaming about amiibo rarity/exclusives to begging for a highly limited edition NA Fatal Frame collector set.
That mega Yarn Yoshi should have an amiibo base in each foot so you can use it with two games.
Or wait until reviews hit, anyway. What if it stinks? What if the motion controls are awful?
Does it stink to have to go buy an external HD? Sure. But you kinda need more space anyway.
In the end, the idea of manufacturing/shipping physical Fatal Frame 5 to cover NA just wasn’t going to be feasible. It’s a niche title.
Actual footage of me making a horrible mistake in Until Dawn. vine.co/v/ejmQ5ETQKYV
Free-to-start Fatal Frame has me a little less worried about the motion controls being janky.
The trade off being that Fatal Frame 5 is going to have to rely on word of mouth and eShop ads.
I’m sure it came down to “digital or not-at-all” for Fatal Frame 5 in NA. Slightly cheaper price, free to start sounds super smart.
Between Until Dawn, Fatal Frame 5 and this thing, it’s already a great week for horror gamers. http://t.co/GmPvYBt93s
Now I want to put the small Yoshis in eggs and have them come out of the big one. http://t.co/zBIygt6A1T
Holy geez how about that mega Yoshi amiibo. Oy.
Nintendo Power covered Fatal Frame 4 before it vanished, so today’s confirmation makes FF5 nicely extra-real.