The Wii's dabbling with the paranormal won't be limited to just Fatal Frame. The latest in spooks for the system has an even more high profile name: Ju-on, aka The Grudge.
The Japanese horror series that served as the basis of 2004's The Grudge is getting its very own Wii game in the form of Kyoufu Taikan: Ju-on, or "Fear Experience: Ju-on."
Set for Japanese release later this year through AQ Interactive, Ju-on puts you in a haunted mansion, equipping you with the Wiimote in flashlight mode. Alternating between members of a family, you'll walk around the mansion and experience various forms of fear. At the end of each stage, the game uses your Wiimote motions to determine your fright level.
Outside of the single player mode of play, the game also promises a multiplayer mode of sorts. In this mode, other players are able to control the various gimmicks that appear in the stages.
The Wii game is just a part of the festivities celebrating 10 years of Ju-on. Two new Ju-on movies are scheduled to hit Japanese theaters this summer. The Wii title is close to the movies in more than just name as Ju-on series director Takashi Shimizu is overseeing the project.
You can see an early, but still totally creepy, official site for the game here. We've also uploaded a first set of screenshots for what will hopefully be a creepy experience that lives up to its namesake.
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