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Fatal Frame in other media

Monster Rancher 4

Monster Rancher 4 is a 2003 game for Playstation 2, part of Tecmo's Monster Rancher series. It was the first game to feature a Fatal Frame character as bonus content. By using the PS2 version disk of Fatal Frame, a special Miku monster could be obtained. The Miku monster is a pixie type monster, with her own Camera Obscura and two ghostly faces hovering around her. (You cannot get the monster using the Xbox version disk).


Tokobot is a 2005 puzzle-platform game for PlayStation Portable, produced by Keisuke Kikuchi. In the expanded PS2 version of the game, after defeating a boss, the player receives a rare item labeled the Camera Obscura.

Super Swing Golf

Super Swing Golf is a 2006 golf game for the Wii, developed by Tecmo and Ntreev Soft, and distributed by Tecmo and Nintendo. Keisuke Kikuchi, one of the creators of the Fatal Frame series, was the producer of this game. Mio and Mayu Amakura are featured in concept artwork for this game, and are in the unlockable gallery. One of the unlockable character costumes is Miku Hinasaki's default Japanese costume from Fatal Frame. This costume is also available in the sequel, Super Swing Golf: Season 2.

Excel Saga

Excel Saga is a science fiction comedy manga series by Kōshi Rikudō. In Volume 14, the character Elgala briefly appears dressed as Mio Amakura, wielding a Camera Obscura to fend off a ghost.[1][2][3]

K-On! Manga

K-On! is a Japanese slice-of-life manga series about a high-school music club. Volume II features a small Easter egg cameo by Ruka, Choshiro, Madoka and Misaki from Fatal Frame IV.[4]

Super Smash Bros.

The Super Smash Bros. franchise is a series of fighting games owned and published by Nintendo. Several Fatal Frame characters from the Nintendo era have made minor appearances in the series. Maya from Spirit Camera[5] and Mio and Mayu Amakura from Deep Crimson Butterfly[6] both appeared as trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, in the 3DS and Wii U versions respectively. The Amakura twins also feature as "Spirits" in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and Yuri Kozukata appears as an "Assist Trophy", an NPC who can be activated to perform special attacks.[7]

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes is an action-adventure game developed by Grasshopper Manufacture and directed by Goichi Suda. In April 2019, a selection of T-shirt costumes were added to the game as part of an update;[8] one of them featured Ruka from Fatal Frame IV, which Suda also worked on.[9]

Nights of Azure 2

Nights of Azure is a series of role-playing games developed by Gust and Koei Tecmo. Keisuke Kikuchi is the series producer. The Nintendo Switch edition of Nights of Azure 2 features a Yuri Kozukata costume as DLC for the character Aluche.[10]

Identity V

This page contains spoilers for a new release.

Identity V is a multiplayer horror game for Android, iOS and Windows. Starting on 24 November 2022, the game will be holding a crossover event with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly. Such crossover events are common in mobile games; in the past, Identity V has also collaborated with Death Note, Junji Ito, Danganronpa and many others.

Characters in Identity V are classed as either Hunters or Survivors. Hunters work alone to incapacitate Survivors, while Survivors work in a team to escape Hunters. Each of the 25 Hunters and 38 Survivors in the game has their own skillset and play style, and crossover characters are added as costumes/skins for the existing cast rather than as unique characters themselves. In the Fatal Frame II event, Sae will be a costume for the Hunter Geisha, and Mio will be a costume for the Survivor Perfumer.

Other media in Fatal Frame


Several Fatal Frame games include unlockable costumes from other games. These are:

Crossover Characters


  1. Fatal Frame Cameo! by otaku_sweetie, fatal_frame Livejournal community, 3 April 2006.
  2. Fatal Frame Excel Saga Scans by laurean, fatal_frame Livejournal community, 9 April 2006.
  3. Excel Saga scan by Emi at Beyond the Camera's Lens, archived by the Wayback Machine.
  4. FF4 Protagonists Cameo Appearance in K-On! Manga by ナガクラ, BCL Forums, 1 November 2015. Archive
  5. List of SSB3DS trophies/Others: Maya, Super Smash Bros Wiki, retrieved 4th November 2018.
  6. List of SSBWU trophies/Others: Mio & Mayu Amakura, Super Smash Bros Wiki, retrieved 4th November 2018.
  7. Another 'Fatal Frame' Alumni Joins 'Super Smash Bros Ultimate', Bloody Disgusting, retrieved 4th November 2018.
  8. Miketendo64, Twitter, 17 April 2019.
  9. suda_51, Twitter, 18 April 2019.
  10. Gematsu, Nights of Azure 2 has Deception costume DLC on PS4 and PS Vita, Fatal Frame costume DLC on Switch, 14th July 2017
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Fatal Frame III: The Tormented
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