Two new additions to Tecmo Koei's acclaimed psychological horror series Project Zero will be heading to Nintendo consoles across Europe this year.
Coming to Nintendo 3DS in the second quarter of 2012 is Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir, a unique augmented reality game that utilises the console's in-built cameras to deliver a spine-chilling experience.
The game challenges players to help a mysterious girl called Maya, who is caught in a terrifying curse and can be seen interacting with gamers' real-world environments through the camera.
Included with the game is a 16-page notebook filled with unsettling images that come to life when viewed through the 3DS screen, some of which reveal clues to unravel mysteries, while others will cause players to come under attack from evil spirits.
Meanwhile, Nintendo also confirmed a Western release for a new Wii remake of Project Zero II: Crimson Butterfly, originally launched on PlayStation 2 in 2003.
Over the years, the game has developed a reputation as one of the scariest games ever made.