Fatal Frame IV is officially not coming to the US, and fans are not pleased about it. Having purchased every game in the series since the first one, I had planned to import it and stumble through with my shabby hiragana skills, but it seems as if I may not have to. A fan translation looks to be underway, and as of the time of this post is 45 percent completed.
All you will need to use the patch is an imported version of the game, which you can order through vendors such as Play-Asia, an SD card and the Homebrew channel installed on your Wii. If you aren't sure how to do so, check here for the details. With a solution this simple, horror fans should have no problems playing the game with this patch when it is completed later this summer. Now all you have to do is choke down the $70+ pricetag for importing the game in the first place...
[Via megaStryke's cblog]
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