☆ NintendObs Weekly – Monday, October 26, 2015 – Sunday, November 1, 2015.
In shops and on Nintendo eShop now: Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water
Free trial available in Nintendo eShop.
Version française ici : Project Zero : La Prêtresse des Eaux Noires est désormais disponible en boutique et sur le Nintendo eShop. 😉
Yuri, Miu and Ren are three souls about to experience an inexorable collision of fates. Drawn to the mysterious Mount Hikami, where a dark force resides, it’s a terrible certainty none will escape. Through the intertwining storylines of all three characters, explore abandoned apartments, twisting forest paths and spooky shrines, where dread is your constant companion, and shadows lick your heels…
Like all good ghost stories, you’re not alone in this bleak world – spirits of the departed haunt the mountain; tortured souls unable to rest in peace. They do not take kindly to intrusions, and will round on you if you disturb them, the only defence being your Camera Obscura, a photographic portal into the supernatural realm. Raise the Wii U GamePad to activate the viewfinder, line up the perfect frame, then release the shutter to damage your target.
A taste of the horror awaits in a free trial version now available in Nintendo eShop, offering a sample of the action from the prologue and first two chapters, with the option to purchase and download all remaining chapters to continue the adventure. At retail, the game will only be released as the Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water – Limited Edition bundle, featuring a copy of the game in its standalone packaging, a double-sided poster, an art book, four Spirit Photographs, and a SteelBook® software case.
Discover all this and more on the Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water website – if you dare.
Project Zero: Maiden of Black Water is now available from shops as a limited edition bundle, and as a free trial and purchasable full game upgrade from Nintendo eShop, only on Wii U.
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— Nintendo UK News
Source: Nintendo UK.
…Wanna play? Buy a Wii U.
And if you’ve already got yours, click on Project Zero Maiden of Black Water for everything you need to know about the game. 😀