SCEA Pre-E3 Judge’s Day: Siren: Blood Curse is Super Creepy


Now this is one freaky ass game right here, folks. Well actually, Siren: Blood Curse isn’t so much a game, it’s an episodic downloadable series of 12 individual episodes that’ll be releasing this summer exclusively via the PlayStation Network. Never got around to playing the original Siren much, but after seeing all this new media, including the trailer and screens located after the break, I’m 100% sold. I do sorta wish there was going to be a Blu-ray version too, but I’ll get over it.

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SIREN: Blood Curse Fact Sheet

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. (SCEA)
Studio: SCE Japan Studio
Platform: PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3™)
Distribution: 12 downloadable episodes via PLAYSTATION®Network
Genre: Survival Horror, Adventure
Rating: RP for “Rating Pending”
Release: Summer 2008

Released in twelve downloadable episodes, SIREN: Blood Curse™ delivers a haunting and horrifying story exclusively to PS3. In SIREN: Blood Curse, players are pulled into an epic tale with realistic gameplay and graphics complemented by chilling cut scenes. The unique “sight jack” system allows the player to see from the point of view of the Shibito, or living dead, to avoid their detection or anxiously watch as they close in. Intense graphics, realistic character animation, and a gritty film-like graphical presentation add to the horror of SIREN: Blood Curse.

Set in the Japanese village of Hanuda, an American TV crew has arrived to research and film an exposé on the legend of a “vanished village.” Controlling seven different playable characters, the player must discover the mystery behind the curse that grips the eerie village of Hanuda.

Epic Story – spread across 12 dramatic episodes, SIREN: Blood Curse will feature interactive scenarios and gripping cut scenes in each episode to keep players on the edge of their seats.
Enhanced ‘Sight Jack’ System – the automatic and seamless sight jack system allows players to see exactly what their enemies see.
Playable Characters – players will control seven playable characters throughout the haunting story.
Fatal Moves – Sneak past the deadly Shibito or take them head on with over 50 kinds of weapons, each with unique fatal finishing move animations.
Archive System – lets player unlock a variety of story clues and important background information.

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