Thank you for watching the THIRD UnPro session of Fatal Frame!
Things get a bit more lively, yet not, in this session. The specters are becoming more persistent, but these terrors are tame compared to what's to come.
Subscribe to see beyond the viewfinder and witness what violence the apparitions possess! †
The series introduction can be found here: http://youtu.be/gw0SuuHz1bw
The reason I started this playthrough is to honor the recently announced Fatal Frame 5: the Black Haired Shrine Maiden coming to the WiiU, but ONLY IN JAPAN RIGHT NOW! We, the consumers, need to let Koei Tecmo and Nintendo know it's not just Japan that wants to play Fatal Frame! We're in the age of immediate communication.† Go to their social media. https://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica https://www.facebook.com/koeigames/timeline https://www.facebook.com/tecmoeurope https://www.facebook.com/koeitecmous † Go to their websites.† http://www.koeitecmoamerica.com/ http://www.nintendo.com/ Go to MiiVerse! Tell them you're ready to make them MONEY and send over Fatal Frame 5. Show them the value of going through the effort.† It worked for Operation Rainfall and Operation Dead Angels. It can work for this! † We missed out on the Wii's Fatal Frame 4 in the west, because they didn't see enough interest outside of Japan. With the rise of indie horror I'd say the U.S. and Europe are ready for it and ESPECIALLY WiiU owners are ready for it.
WE ARE WHAT WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN!†
Thank you for any and all support. Do subscribe as we've yet to see the real aggression these ghosts have!
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Title card art, commentary, and video editing done by Johnny Burnes.