Fatal Frame 5 Miiverse campaign making progress

#1Phasmatis92Posted 8/30/2014 10:06:24 PM(edited)
*TWITTER. Damn Gamefaq's editing system... XD

Tecmo Koei US have just followed Operation Zero (the localization movement for Fatal Frame 5) on Twitter.

Now, I may be jumping to conclusions here, but I see this as a pretty positive sign, when the company developing the game is keeping an eye on the fan movement calling for its localization. Why do this, except to gauge interest in the game?

Now more than ever is the time to act. If you have a twitter account, please help us out; tweet to any/all of the following:

@makoto_shibata
@NintendoUK
@NintendoAmerica
@KoeiTecmoUS
@koeitecmoeurope

Ask for the game to be localized in NA/Europe/etc, and use the hashtag #WeWantFatalFrame

You can also follow Operation Zero here, which will also show interest in the game: https://twitter.com/0perationZer0
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#2vermilion99Posted 8/30/2014 10:09:26 PM
The fact that you have to petition for a pretty well known franchise to be brought over to the US for the WiiU is sad. One of the biggest gripes over here is the lack of games. But leave it to Nintendo to deny the WiiU customers another game.
#3zerooo0Posted 8/30/2014 10:10:39 PM
NoA sucks plain and simple. Look how long it took them to bring over Xenoblade and the other RPG's the Wii had. Don't be surprise if it takes a year or two.
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#4GaljenPosted 8/31/2014 3:01:41 AM
vermilion99 posted...
The fact that you have to petition for a pretty well known franchise to be brought over to the US for the WiiU is sad. One of the biggest gripes over here is the lack of games. But leave it to Nintendo to deny the WiiU customers another game.


A game smothered in Japanese culture doesn't get localized? What a surprise.

Anybody who says localizing this game is a really brilliant idea is fooling himself or herself.
#5PS4WarriorPosted 8/31/2014 3:02:53 AM
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#6PS4WarriorPosted 8/31/2014 3:05:06 AM
vermilion99 posted...
The fact that you have to petition for a pretty well known franchise to be brought over to the US for the WiiU is sad. One of the biggest gripes over here is the lack of games. But leave it to Nintendo to deny the WiiU customers another game.


Welcome to Nintendo. Please Understand.

Galjen posted...
vermilion99 posted...
The fact that you have to petition for a pretty well known franchise to be brought over to the US for the WiiU is sad. One of the biggest gripes over here is the lack of games. But leave it to Nintendo to deny the WiiU customers another game.


A game smothered in Japanese culture doesn't get localized? What a surprise.

Anybody who says localizing this game is a really brilliant idea is fooling himself or herself.


Yeah, damn them for wanting a game.
#7Flare7Posted 8/31/2014 3:11:01 AM
Galjen posted...
vermilion99 posted...
The fact that you have to petition for a pretty well known franchise to be brought over to the US for the WiiU is sad. One of the biggest gripes over here is the lack of games. But leave it to Nintendo to deny the WiiU customers another game.


A game smothered in Japanese culture doesn't get localized? What a surprise.

Anybody who says localizing this game is a really brilliant idea is fooling himself or herself.


lol what?
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