Koei Tecmo and Nintendo earlier today live-streamed the new Fatal Frame for Wii U on Nico Nico. The Japanese-style horror game’s official name is Zero – Nuregarasu no Miko, roughly translating to Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden according to sources. Taking place in a mountainous area, the horror title will revolve around the fear of water and uses the GamePad to take pictures, allowing players to have another field of vision, as well as the ability to attack. The protagonist Yuri Kozukata has an ability she’s had since childhood, where she can bring those who’ve been “spirited away” to another realm and no longer visible, back to the regular world. After accepting a request to find a certain someone, she steps foot into the mountain that the game is set in.Fatal Frame is now owned by Nintendo, so it’s hard to see this going to other platforms from now on. Fatal Frame: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden will be released on September 27, 2014 in Japan for the Wii U, there is currently no word on a Western release.